As I have said before, having a diagnosis can be very helpful, but we don’t want the label “Apserger’s” to define who we are or who we can become. This is a very nice article talking about what kids can become when we set aside the label and focus on giving a child what they need to succeed.
In our work with horses we have to learn to read the subtle cues of horse body language. This helps those with Asperger’s become more aware that there are unspoken things going on. Clients become more confident, as they learn to halter and lead a horse independently. They may work on overcoming the anxiety attached to doing something new or in a new way.
We would be happy to meet with you, show you around the ranch, introduce you to our wonderful horses and share more with you about how our program can help. Call us today to schedule a visit.