Insights that help us protect our children

This is a very short piece about one child who was living with the trauma of being bullied. As I have said many times, though many people think of a “diagnosis” as a label, knowing what you are dealing with gives you so many more options.

In our work with those living with Asperger’s we often practice the social skills that are so challenging – how do you initiate a conversation? What do you say when someone is treating you badly? How do you express you feelings when a member of the opposite sex shows interest in you? All great discussion topics while you are grooming your horse!

What’s more, through work with horses, we can help our clients learn to recognize and respond to non-verbal cues, build self-confidence, develop good coping skills, strengthen personal boundaries and much more.

We would love to show you around the ranch, introduce you to our wonderful horses and share more with you about how our program can help. Call us to schedule a visit.

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