Rise therapeutic equestrian center
We offer physical therapy using equine movement, hippotherapy, and adaptive riding to teach horsemanship and riding skills to individuals with a special need of any kind
To continually improve our own abilities to provide compassionate, expert equestrian and therapeutic activities by partnering with like minded, similar organizations to learn and offer information in the areas of clinical care, horse management, evidenced-based research and education for the sole purpose of benefiting the lives of individuals with special needs and their families.
Licensed therapists use evidence-based practice
and clinical reasoning in the purposeful
manipulation of equine movement to engage the
sensory, motor, and cognitive systems to achieve
RISE Therapeutic Equestrian Center teaches horsemanship and riding skills to individuals with a special need of any kind. In addition to equestrian skills, the rider learns social, behavioral and communication skills fostering a relationship with the horse and reinforcing positive behavior in social situations.
This summer RISE Therapeutic Equestrian Center is planning on offering a new four day summer camp for our therapeutic riders in the morning during two weeks- June 5th and June 12th. RISE Camp would allow campers to have a typical riding lesson as well as games, crafts, and planned social activities in a small camp atmosphere with one on one attention. We are planning on four to six campers for each session with a small camper/ volunteer ratio.
Our focus is on giving our campers a great summer camp experience in a familiar environment. While riding the horses they know and love, campers will continue to focus on their goals. They will also get to try some new activities to RISE