N.E.AT. agrees with Temple Grandin, PH.D.

Her biggest advice for parents of autistic children is to develop your child’s strengths.

We work with you and your team to develop specific goals and objectives for your child/teen, so that we can recognize and build on strengths, while we gently push and challenge in areas that require growth. And, though our focus is social, emotional and behavioral growth and development, riding horses, a big part of our program, promotes neural activity, especially in the “communication” area of the brain, opening the door for increased/improved communication.

Read More about what Temple Grandin has to say: http://www.globalregina.com/Autism+advocate+speaks+Edmonton/4099453/story.html

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