equestrian therapy

equestrian therapy

A general term for the mounting and riding of horses as a type of recreational therapy, which is believed to be of some use in those with mental or physical disabilites.
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City Planning Director Rhett Lamb said at the hearing that the change would affect the zoning designation for four parcels now zoned for rural use, including the nonprofit equestrian therapy organization Miracles in Motion.
area for soldiers undergoing treatment/rehab at the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center and their families); Honor Flights that provide World War II veterans the opportunity to visit the nation's capital to see the World War II memorial, Arlington National Cemetery and other memorials; Ageless Aviation Dreams giving World War II veterans rides in vintage Stearman biplanes, which many of them flew in pilot training; equestrian therapy programs; Wounded Warrior Family Support building smart homes for disabled veterans; and the Patriot Foundation supporting families of Special Forces soldiers killed in action; among other worthwhile programs.
Troubled by the plight of families at a special-needs school near his home, he and fellow embassy family members Liana Maria Alvarez and Fernando Marcelo Alvarez founded the organization Zapatos Rotos (Broken Shoes) to solicit such assistance as hearing aids and equestrian therapy from businesses and individuals in Mexico.
The center offers an Equestrian Therapy program for those with developmental disabilities.
The Miles of Smiles Foundation is focused on treating post-traumatic stress and other mental disabilities and disorders using equestrian therapy.
Carousel Ranch has provided equestrian therapy for special-needs children for more than a decade.
The equestrian therapy organization hosts its Kentucky Derby celebration at Michael's On East, with the theme "Build the Dream.
Aquatic therapy, art therapy, equestrian therapy, humor therapy, music therapy, nutritional therapy, pet therapy, and recreational therapy will also be included to address the specific needs of particular children being served in the camp.
The 20-acre campus will include an exciting variety of state-of-the-art facilities; fitness, arts and education, childhood development, equestrian therapy, horticulture, culinary arts, extensive vocational training opportunities and aquatics.
Carousel Ranch, provides equestrian therapy for special-needs children and has an annual budget of roughly $500,000, was given 30 days to pay.
The IID programs include equestrian therapy, art, astronomy and other programs designed by experts in the field," states Rory J.
Carousel is an equestrian therapy program for disabled children where the boy's father is caretaker, Tomey said.