Fla. district creates partnership to offer equine therapy

10/2/2013 | Highlands Today (Sebring, Fla.)

Some students with disabilities in the Highlands County School District in Sebring, Fla., spend one day a month receiving equine therapy. During the program, students practice balance, posture, following directions and social skills -- all while learning how to ride and control a horse. Students also work on academics, such as naming words that begin with a certain letter while moving through the riding course.

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Highlands Today (Sebring, Fla.)

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