Equine Assisted Therapy
Therapeutic Riding is a recreational horseback riding class that is adapted specifically for individuals with disabilities. Riders will improve on their posture, core strength, and balance while also building confidence and independence in everyday living skills. Our class is taught with a riding instructor and side-walkers to ensure participant safety.
Hippotherapy is an intervention used by occupational, physical, and speech therapists. It incorporates using the natural movement of horses to help engage sensory, neuromotor, and cognitive systems. IWWH works with the provider of your choice in acheiving your treatment plan goals. Our horses have been carefully selected and trained for participant safety. Learn more about our horses training...
Equine Assisted Psychotherapy
Equine Assisted Psychotherapy (EAP) is a type of therapy used by mental health professionals to help improve social, emotional, cognitive, and behavioral skills of clients. EAP does not necessarily involve riding, but will use equine animals in ground activities such as moving horse around and completing tasks. EAP frequently uses a group therapy setting but it is not required and can be done 1 on 1.
To have IWWH as your Equine Therapy or Hippotherapy provider contact Contracting Specialist Debbie Page @ 870-219-8030
P.O. Box 672
Beech Grove, AR