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To help children and young adults with special needs reach for their highest potential in physical, social, educational, and emotional abilities by incorporating a therapeutic horseback riding program as well as other animal assisted therapy activities.

Owner: denisehardy

Listed in: Family

Language: English

Tags: Autism, Special needs kids, Children, Therapy

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  • Home Page
    on Jan 3, 2012 in Uncategorized
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  • Hello world!
    on Aug 1, 2011 in Uncategorized
    Joe and Denise Hardy – Founders Joe and Denise are down-to-earth, country people who were both raised on farms in Utah and have a love of the great outdoors. They have six children and have resided in Idaho for the past several years. Their ins...
  • Your Donations Go a Long Way
    on Sep 16, 2010 in Featured Portfolio
    Do you have a timeshare you don’t want anymore or won’t be able to use? Why not donate it? Through our Wyatt Foundation Donate A Timeshare Program, we benefit from your generosity. Donate A Timeshare helps families get rid of unwanted tim...
  • Photo
    on Sep 15, 2010 in Gallery
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  • The Benefits of Equine Therapy
    on Sep 15, 2010 in Featured Portfolio
    Equine therapy is a complementary therapy that stimulates the entire body of the patient. The patient, regardless of age, when on top of the horse increase their self-esteem, enjoy the therapy and when accompanied by a combination of other therapies...
  • The Vision of the Spirit Ranch
    on Sep 15, 2010 in Featured
    The Spirit Ranch is a therapeutic, recreational ranch where special needs children spread their wings and learn to fly as they realize that their dreams can also become a reality. Special needs children and their families are able to come and enjoy t...
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