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Adaptive Riding & Horsemanship

Adaptive riding & horsemanship are recreational equine services designed for the purpose of contributing positively to the cognitive, physical, emotional, and social well-being of people with disabilities.

Benefits of Adaptive Riding & Horsemanship:

  • Promotes strength

  • Increases flexibility

  • Develops balance

  • Improves coordination

  • Sensory integration

  • Builds self-confidence

  • Fosters independence

  • Improves social skills

 

For more information, please click HERE.

 

Equine Assisted Learning

Equine Assisted Learning, or EAL, is a form of human-equine interaction that provides a personal learning experience. EAL promotes the development of self-awareness, self-esteem and confidence, problem solving skills, emotional regulation, and self-control. While an EAL experience is educational and beneficial to one’s wellness, it is not considered therapy. Find out more about Private Classes, Operation Unbridled and Family H.E.R.D. HERE.

Please note that the EAL program is strictly a ground work (no riding) program.

 

Equine Facilitated Psychotherapy

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Equine Facilitated Psychotherapy is one of the true forms of equine therapy.  An EFP session is conducted by a licensed mental health professional that partners with another credentialed equine professional to address psychotherapy goals set by the clinician and the client. The sessions can go deeper than just behavioral changes or self-improvement.  EFP sessions can help a person reach the root of their struggle.

To find out more information about this program, complete an inquiry form.

 

Therapy with Equine Movement

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According to the American Hippotherapy Association, the term hippotherapy refers to how occupational therapy, physical therapy and speech-language pathology professionals use evidence-based practice and clinical reasoning in the purposeful manipulation of equine movement as a therapy tool to engage sensory, neuromotor and cognitive systems to promote functional outcomes.

Best practice dictates that occupational therapy, physical therapy and speech-language pathology professionals integrate hippotherapy into the patient’s plan of care, along with other therapy tools and/or strategies. 

To find out more information about this program, complete an inquiry form.

 

Summer Programs

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Pioneer Days

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Reading and Riding

Is your child looking for a fun, active experience this summer? Join us for two fun-filled hours at the barn! Reading and Riding has everything you could ask for in a summer activity! Enjoy Story Time with the Horses Help Herd, participate in creative arts and crafts or gardening, learn about horses while grooming, and play fun games while riding one of our amazing horses! 
Participants must be at least four years of age to participate in the Reading & Riding program.
Location: Horses Help, 2601 E. Rose Garden Ln, Phoenix, AZ 85050
Pricing: $35 per child
Ages: 4-11 years

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Time: 7:30am-9:30am

Summer of 2022 Reading & Riding Dates: 

  • May 28th

  • June 4th

  • June 11th

  • June 18th

  • June 25th  

  • July 2nd

To request a scholarship, please download the scholarship application HERE.