Improves posture, movement, neuromuscular functions, sensory
integration and speech through constant individual direct
intervention, from either a physical or occupational therapist. The
therapy structure is similar to that of a clinic, with the horse as
a primary tool of intervention. Requires a physical therapy and/or
occupational therapy prescription.
Therapeutic Power Hour
Includes equine activities offered in a group structure, which is
used to address performance areas problematic to the child or adult.
Areas of focus are cognitive skills, motor planning, visual
perceptual skills, social interaction and sensory processing.
Family, therapist and equine instructor collaborate to generate
goals unique to each child or adult's needs.
Therapeutic Sports Riding
Independence is the goal for these individuals. This program
provides improved riding skills, equine care and tack care, with
special attention to the clients' needs.
Equine Facilitated Learning
Fosters positive risk taking, leadership, social communication,
independence, mental attitude, motivation and teamwork.