While working with horses, the main goal for people dealing with ADHD, is focus. If you want to direct a horse through an obstacle, you had better have your attention on where you are going. Horses sense inattention and will take advantage of it to do what they want. Also, the self confidence gained in accomplishing goals, “see you can do it!”, transfers over from work with horses to other tasks. Social, emotional and behavioral growth and learning take place in a non-critical setting where the pressure to perform is removed, making the experience a fun one. Call us if you or someone you care about is dealing with ADHD.