Fellow instructors...DON'T FORGET:
** I personally chose to use the term Adaptive Riding vs. Therapeutic Riding and avoid ‘horse therapy’ at all costs. Why? CLICK HERE. The thoughts shared in the post above apply to not only Adaptive riding but also to other mounted equine activities and therapies offered at an EAS (Equine Assisted Services) Program/Center/Barn. (Note: EAS is formerly EAAT- Equine Assisted Activity and Therapy).
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