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  1. Kids & Horses

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    Kids & Horses is a non-profit organization that serves children and adults with disabilities in Northern Nevada through the use of horses. Kids & Horses offers a variety of services, including physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy,  and adaptive riding...

  2. Katrina Winsor

    http://habricentral.org/members/3068

  3. Accrediting the Therapeutic Riding Industry

    | Contributor(s):: Kelsey Lynch, Shannon Thieme, Julie M. Fagan

    Therapeutic horseback riding is used for people with many disabilities through out the country. However, these programs can be quite expensive for the families of the participants. Many programs are not funded and since they are not covered by insurances, most families have to pay out of pocket....

  4. Hold Your Horses

    Hold Your Horses offers equine assisted services in a private farm setting. We are dedicated to providing effective interventions that help clients achieve wellness and increase quality of life. Year round services are available with heated indoor and scenic outdoor facilities.A professional...

  5. Green Hill Therapy

    Green Hill Therapy is a nonprofit organization which integrates occupational, physical and speech therapy with hippotherapy and aquatherapy, two dynamic treatment programs that address sensory-motor learning in special needs children. Our goal is simple: We want to help kids reach their full...

  6. Pawsitive Friendships, LLC

    Our Mission To provide quality in home therapy services with unconditional care and compassion to all clients. Our Goal It is our goal at Pawsitive Friendships to provide each clients the opportunity to achive their therapy goals with confiendence. We differ from other companies,...

  7. Steps To Your Dreams Foundation

    Steps To Your Dreams Foundation is a non-profit organization designed to offer programs with a high standard of medical leadership that has a beneficial impact to the underserved families and the lives of individuals with disabilities of all ages, throughout Clark and surrounding...

  8. Therapy Horses of Gentle Carousel

    Our teams of tiny therapy horses visit over 25,000 adults and children each year inside hospitals, hospice programs, assisted living programs and with families who have experienced traumatic events. From the children and first responders of Sandy Hook Elementary School / Newtown, CT to the...

  9. Chastain Horse Park

    Chastain Horse Park provides community members with riding lessons, horse boarding, and equine-assisted therapy programs.

  10. Forward Stride

    A PATH International Premier Accredited Therapeutic Equestrian CenterForward Stride is dedicated to improving lives through equine-assisted activities and therapies. Founded in 2003, Forward Stride is the largest therapeutic center of its kind in Oregon.

  11. My Heros, LLC

    Providing hippotherapy services to greater Atlanta since 2005 and Fort Collins and the Colorado front range since 2011. Hippotherapy is an exciting form of physical, occupational, or speech therapy that utilizes the horse as a treatment tool to achieve the individual patient's goals and...

  12. Unique Classroom

    | Contributor(s):: Brous, Miriam T.

  13. An evaluation of an animal-assisted therapy program in an adult inpatient hospital rehabilitation unit

    | Contributor(s):: Markovich, Kristen M.

  14. Describing Animal-Assisted Therapy within the occupational therapy profession

    | Contributor(s):: Medalion, Leeat

  15. Readers write... SpeciaLiving Winter issue (page 12)

    | Contributor(s):: Morgan, L., Dougherty, M.