This week-long, half-day summer program features horse-themed activities and is specifically designed for children who are on the autism spectrum, have experienced trauma or struggle with other emotional issues.
The program is run by a professional educator who is a licensed riding instructor at a certified Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship center.
On a daily basis, participants:
Learn about horse care
Do barn chores
Enjoy a creative activity
Take a ½-hour riding or horsemanship lesson
Play horse-related games
Maximum of 6 children per session.
Time: Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.
Ages & Dates:
Session 1: Monday, July 8th – Friday, July 12th
Session 2: Monday, August 12th – Friday, August 16th
Tuition: $400/session paid in full to reserve a space
($156 for Sherborn residents)
To sign up, please complete the Horse SenseAbility Participant Packet.