This may sound cold, but it’s “pay now or pay later”

With out appropriate interventions many children with autism will end up unable to care for themselves, let alone be contributing members of society. Do we really want to sentence children to an unfulfilled future? The Nevada legislature is considering cuts to funding for disadvantaged families with kids on the spectrum. However, there are several bills that would keep these vital programs going. We urge our representatives to think long term rather than short term.

We offer Equine interventions for children and teens on the spectrum. This therapy has proven to be highly successful for many people and in many different areas, from stimulating communication to building self-confidence. 

We would love to share more about our program with you. Call to schedule a visit, tour the ranch and meet our wonderful horses.

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