We support those on the spectrum and those who care for them!

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I can appreciate that this woman was trying to reach out to others and say “you are not alone,” but I have immense respect for her willingness to look at things from a new perspective and adjust her thinking! We all are capable of saying or doing things that unintentionally are hurtful. Owning it and learning from it is what matters. Through work with horses, especially in a small group setting, helps us learn to appreciate both the strengths and limitations of ourselves and others. It’s all good. Call us to arrange a visit to our ranch and we will tell you more about what we do.

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