School Curriculum Courses

During these sessions, students will interact with horses and have an experience anyone would envy. The joy that equine therapy brings to these children is unparalleled.

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About the Program

Lessons are individually structured for each participant in either private or group sessions, typically one hour long. Students learn through riding to assume personal responsibilities and gain positive problem-solving skills.

Riders in Motion stresses hands-on learning including:

  • Leading the horse.
  • Grooming, saddling, and bridling.
  • Equipment care and cleaning up.
  • Socializing/Communicating with horse and volunteers

About the Program

Lessons are individually structured for each participant in either private or group sessions, typically one hour long. Students learn through riding to assume personal responsibilities and gain positive problem-solving skills.

Riders in Motion stresses hands-on learning including:

  • Leading the horse.
  • Grooming, saddling, and bridling.
  • Equipment care and cleaning up.
  • Socializing/Communicating with horse and volunteers
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Benefits of Therapeutic Riding:

Builds Self Confidence

Through bonding with horses, students gain self-empowerment and decision-making skills.

Muscle Development

Riders use many muscle groups throughout the body to effectively ride the horse.

Emerging Speech

Riders learn communication skills working with the horses that can be applied to everyday life.

Body Coordination

Riders' senses work together to process the repetitive movement of the horse and help with sensory integration.

Resources are Available

Scholl Community Impact Group has connections with various services, including area programs, county social workers, schools, and support groups. Contact us to discuss your options and get connected with the resources you need.