Adaptive Riding/Therapeutic Riding is for individuals with a range of physical, emotional, cognitive and social disabilities.
In an Equine Assisted Activities program, a certified riding instructor is teaching a person with a disability how to ride a horse. Our team of certified professionals are equipped to handle a comprehensive range of conditions.
However, the environment of the horse can provide more than just riding skills. The programs which offer the equine environment to people with disabilities can teach companionship, responsibility, leadership, vocational and educational skills as well as offer competition venues in the different horse disciplines.
All of our instructors are PATH International (Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship) credentialed instructors. We adhere to the PATH International guidelines for teaching.
Our hours of operation vary day to day. We ask that you please respect that we do not allow any unscheduled visits. Some of our programs require client confidentiality. By scheduling your visit we will have enough time to show you around and be able to speak with you about the various programs we offer.
You can be assured, we have a commitment to excellence when it comes to the level of care we provide.
Contact Elizabeth Doskotz 908-797-4547 for more information.