Students with special needs benefit from equine program

The Westwind Rodeo Academy in Alberta, Canada, offers a unique curriculum designed to improve the skills and confidence of students who have special needs. Students with disabilities from area schools receive equine therapy and other instruction at the academy during single or multiple six-week sessions. "It probably is the most effective thing that I've done with kids," said Lanny Smith, a counselor at a local elementary school.

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