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Cheerful Hearts Therapeutic Riding and Animal Assisted Therapy

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Assist with general barn chores and work directly with barn staff to care for the horses and help get them ready for program (grooming and tacking). \ Riding volunteers are experienced riders who have passed an evaluation qualifying them to help us school and exercise our horses when they are not working in program.

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About Cheerful Hearts Therapeutic Riding and Animal Assisted Therapy

Location:

7317 AVENUE P, Santa Fe, TX 77510, US

Mission Statement

Our purpose is to provide persons with physical, cognitive, psycho-social and emotional disabilities as well as those being impacted by potentially life altering illness or injury the opportunity to experience the power of the human/animal bond through therapeutic interventions in order to promote improved health and wellness. Cheerful Hearts is dedicated to training, research, and education in this emerging field of Recreational Therapy.

Description

Cheerful Hearts is a PATH intl member center. We provide a special form of assistance to individuals and groups seeking ways to integrate animals in activities that promote growth in all areas of physical, emotional and cognitive development.

Located in Santa Fe, Texas, just south of League City and north of Galveston, we offer therapeutic riding lessons in English or Western as well as adaptive methods at our barn. We also will travel to your facility to participate in AAT, AAE, or AAA with our miniature horses and therapy animals. Our goal is to provide a safe, enjoyable riding session or animal assisted intervention with therapeutic benefits, while never leaving out the fun.

WHEN

We'll work with your schedule.

WHERE

7317 Avenue PSanta Fe, TX 77510

(29.3381,-95.09688)
 

SKILLS

  • Animal Care / Handling

GOOD FOR

  • Teens
  • People 55+

REQUIREMENTS

  • Background Check
  • Must be at least 12
  • Orientation or Training
  • Minimum of 4 hours a month. If a riding volunteer that has passed their riding evaluation/test, minimum of 8 hours a month.
  • Closed toe shoes. Riding volunteers (long pants, helmet)

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