PALS currently offers:
Therapeutic sessions are mounted equestrian activities conducted by a Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship International (PATH Intl.) certified instructor for individuals with a variety of disabilities,impairments, and chronic illness to produce functional outcomes. Dedicated to designing programs that meet each clients’s individual needs, PALS works in conjunction with a clients’s personal physicians and therapists to develop a treatment plan consisting of session goals which target functional outcomes.
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PALS Horsemanship Program is a non-mounted equestrian program conducted by a PATH certified instructor. Participants will learn Horsemanship Care and Handling Skills including, but not limited to: grooming and tacking, leading horses, equine anatomy and behavior, nutrition, barn management skills. This program is highly tailored to the individual’s abilities and goals. The horsemanship program is ideal for individuals who:
Recreational riding activities are designed to develop equestrian skills and knowledge through traditional English riding lessons for beginning to intermediate riders without disabilities. Time is devoted to equine care, safety, and horsemanship ensure a well-rounded experience in addition to mounted instruction.
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Supporting the Engagement & Recovery of Veterans with Equines (SERVE) includes mounted and groundwork activities targeted to the needs of returning veterans and their families. These sessions are conducive to healing, reintegration, and improved quality of life.
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SADDLES Summer Camp:
Summer camp is designed for children of all ages, abilities and backgrounds! Campers will ride two times a day, learn different disciplines, how to groom and tack-up their horses, along with basic horse care. Campers get a chance to bond with their horses and create friendships with fellow campers. On the last day of camp there will be a cook-out and a horse show for campers to show off their learned skills to their families..
2017 Dates Coming Soon!
For more information, contact: email@example.com or (812) 336-2798, ext 17
Includes onsite training and certification opportunities for individuals interested in a career in equine therapy.
For more information, contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 812.336.2798 Ext 14