Horse Sense Program
The Horse Sense Programs offers individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities a program that teaches them;
General Horse Care
Respect and Responsibility of working with and around horses
Barn and Stable Maintenance
This Equine Assisted activity requires the participants to address issues such as communication, trust, honesty, accountability, responsibility, patients, relationships, self-respect, respect for others, self-confidence, anger, and social skills.
Who is served by Horse Sense Programs?
Adults and children with intellectual and developmental disabilities
Individuals with mental illness
Individuals with a Trauma diagnosis
Benefits of the Horse Sense Program - individuals who have participated in this program have experienced;
* Personal Achievement
* Life/Social Skill Building
* Self Confidence/Self-Respect
* Improved Communication Skills
This program is offered through grants that are received from our community partners.