DreamCatcher's Program for Children and Teens with Autism Spectrum Disorders through Equestrian Bridges
Wednesday GROUPS Available
Starting February 8th 2017
4:30, 5:30, and 6:30 Sessions
3100 Oakland- Zion Drive, Fayetteville AR 72703
“See how the Touch of a Horse can open the Door to a whole
new World for Child!”
Equestrian Bridges’ is a non-profit dedicated to improve upon the Social Skills
of Children & Teens with Autism Spectrum Disorders and intellectual delays through Equine Assisted Activities & Therapies (EAAT), no diagnosis needed. Many theories exist about the benefits of a horse; however, research proves that simply petting a horse causes our brain waves to calm. It is a sensory experience unlike any other. Please register early because space is limited. This 8-week course is offered to Children & Teens with Autism Spectrum Disorders or Social Skills ages 5-18 and will help teach
communication, respect for others, and build your child’s confidence. The children learn how to work together in a group using Horses. There is $75 initial assessment fee for new clients and a $100.00 registration fee to reserve a miniature therapy horse for your child to work with. Parent groups are offered while the children are working with the horses to explain the “lesson” of the day and how you can apply the techniques at home
**If you cannot afford the registration fee, please contact us, assistance and sponsorships are offered! Thank you for your support and we hope to bring more advanced Equine Assisted Activities & Therapies to more Families in the future.
Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 479-301-2814.
3100 N. Oakland Zion Road * Fayetteville * AR 72703
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