Your child just seems “different”. Though his “isms” don’t get in the way often, something just does not seem right. You may be looking at Pervasive Developmental Disorder (PDD) I think this short piece provides good information.
Equine Therapy is a great part of a comprehensive intervention plan. Our work is structured, we provide sensory integration, look at behaviors from a functional point of view and most clients are very excited about being with the horses – it’s fun!
We would love to show you the ranch, introduce you to our horses and share more about our program with you. Call us to schedule a visit!
Individualized supports and services for students and families
● Comprehensible/structured learning environments
● Specialized curriculum content
● Systematic instruction
● Functional approach to problem behavior
● Family involvement
● Instruction should always include highly individualized 3 key elements:
a. functional communication system
b. sensory needs
c. interests (motivation)