Category Archives: ADHD

Some Additional Help for Those With ADHD

Dealing with ADHD can be challenging. Medications can be helpful, but they certainly aren’t the only answer. In this USNEW report, author Jennifer Lea Reynolds offers many other strategies that may be helpful. I’m pleased to share that many of … Continue reading

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N.E.A.T. Receives Recognition for Service to the Community

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Local Horse Therapy Business Wins Cash Award, Vows To Pay It Forward With Senior Program WASHOE VALLEY, NV, May 11, 2017 — Nevada Equine Assisted Therapy (N.E.A.T.) received a generous donation from the Northern Nevada chapter of … Continue reading

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ADHD is Complicated

Usually a first line of treatment for children struggling with ADHD is medication. The though goes ‘if we can just get them to sit still and focus, they will do better’. Therefore it surprising and a bit alarming, that this … Continue reading

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ADHD in Adults

I think there are many of us that feel like we are scattered and all over the place. We have trouble staying focused and find ourselves ‘multi-tasking’ (often badly).  We feel overwhelmed and disorganized. It may be that this is … Continue reading

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Helpful Travel Tips for the Vacation Season

Traveling with kids can always be challenging, but when you are living with a special needs child it can seem daunting! This is a great CNN piece, including a video with Temple Grandin, about traveling with a child on the … Continue reading

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Interesting New ADHD Research

With 7 in 100 children struggling with concentrating in class or turning in homework on time, you probably either live with someone dealing with ADHD or know someone who is dealing with it. There has been discussion, debate and many … Continue reading

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Work With Horses Can Help With Healing

We love seeing so many programs, all around the world, offering a path to healing through work with horses. From traditional ‘therapeutic riding’ programs, that focus on physical and cognitive challenges to traveling programs that help people by bringing miniature … Continue reading

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Work With Horses Offers So Much!

At N.E.A.T. we are addressing social, emotion, behavioral and mental health issues.  However, all across the country there are other programs focused on the other wonderful benefits of working with horses. There is lots of evidence supporting a variety of … Continue reading

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Nice Comprehensive Look at ADHD

There is a lot of confusion and misinformation about ADD/ADHD. Everyone from the next door neighbor to the cashier at the grocery claims to know all about it, but it can still be difficult to get good, straight and reliable … Continue reading

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You Are Not to Blame!

Raising any child can be challenging, but living with a special needs child can be flat out daunting! As parents we try to do the best we can and it is frustrating and hurtful when others just don’t understand that … Continue reading

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