Join us on Sunday, August 14 for My Turn: A Sensory Friendly Sunday at Therapeutic Riding, Inc.!
Therapeutic Riding, Inc. will be open from 2-4 p.m.for a FREE, ASD-friendly experience, allowing families to tour our facility, and learn all about horses! Participants will be able to experience the sights, sounds, and smells of a working horse farm. They can try some arena games, see what horses eat, use grooming tools, and learn about horse tack (saddles, bridles, etc.). Coloring pages and horse-themed hand-outs will be available as take-aways.
Space is limited and registration is required!
Visit myturncommunity.org for more information.
Give students access to the general education classroom, general education curriculum, and their non-disabled peers in a general education classroom. #PresumeCompetence
You can find more inclusion resources at www.michiganallianceforfamilies.org/education/inclusion/
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