What you say does matter to those dealing with Autism

There are still many people who are  not informed about what Autism is (and what it is not).  Though they may want to be supportive and helpful, they just don’t know what to say or do.

This article shares one mother’s experiences and gives some tips on how to “be there” for a family living with Autism.

In our work with kids and teens on the spectrum we may work on increasing focus, improving communication and building self-esteem, among other things!

We start on the ground helping kids master leading and grooming their horses. Then, when we are confident that they can listen, follow directions and that we can keep them safe, we mount up!  From simply learning to pull back on the reins to ask the horse to stop, to riding along with another, the experience is new and stimulating every session.

We would love to show you around the ranch, introduce you to our wonderful horses and learn about your child/teen.  Call us to schedule a visit to learn more about our program.

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