An educational approach that includes equine facilitated activities incorporating the experience of equine/human interaction in an environment of learning and self-discovery.
EAL encourages personal explorations of feelings and behaviors to help promote human growth and development. (North American Riding for the Handicapped Association Website, www.nahra.org.
Horse Resources’ EAL programmes use an integrative model of horsemanship, horse care and
horseback riding “where research meets intuition”.
We specialise in working with disadvantaged youths and those with special education needs.
An evidence approach that has been proven to be effective by various major studies.
Groups and 1-1 programmes supported by fully trained and DBS checked staff. Also available for
12-week programmes or drop-ins for emergency placements.
Contact for more information, initial assessment and pricing as some funding may be available.
Available term time week days 10-1 for groups or 1-3 for individuals.