KEY LARGO, Fla. — Sometimes Food For All funds programs that nourish the heart and soul. Island Dolphin Care here does just that by offering unique therapeutic and educational programs primarily for children and adolescents with special needs. The program grew out of the physical and emotional benefits that one 3-year-old, Joe, experienced when he was allowed to swim with dolphins. Joe was born with a rare congenital heart disease, truncus arteriosus, and has undergone five major heart ...

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