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Colorado HorsePower

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Colorado HorsePower is located outside of Castle Rock, CO. This resource helps kids to young adults that have ADHD/ADD, autism spectrum disorder, Down syndrome, cerebral palsy, depression and other conditions. This resource helps individuals who are adopted or in foster care and/or have a history of emotional and/or physical trauma. This is all done on horseback. Students learn to ride and interact with horses working with a Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship (PATH) certified instructor and trained volunteers. This therapeutic riding program has improved students’ lives by developing self-confidence and social skills. Physically they develop balance, core strength, motor skills and more.

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