The rythmic movement of the horse,
of its body, the supporting hands
volunteers, and the love and
joy felt in
the arena are Ride to Walk.
Ride to Walk is a unique horseback
program that provides therapy
for neurologically disabled children.
is a program that brings together
volunteers, trained riding instructors,
and parents in an atmosphere
designed to enhance physical
and stimulate self esteem for
Ride to Walk is a year round
for handicapped children that
physical and emotional therapy
into a unique
experience. The program is specifically
to address the needs of children
neurologically handicapped. The
the program are based on theraputic
to achieve increased balance
improved language and socialization
while enhancing self esteem and
exercise and enjoyment.
The program offers weekly riding
Each child rides for one 30 minute
per week under the supervision
of a trained
riding instructor, therapist
and two or three
volunteers. Each session is individually
designed to meet the special
needs of each
The excitement of mastering new
social interaction with other
and staff, and caring for the
all vital components in the success
Ride to Walk program.
What Can I Do to Help?
Help us make a difference by
to Walk. Please indicate your
contribution, or check your interest
time for the Ride to Walk program.
The Ride to Walk program is a
organization funded by private
and volunteer efforts.
If you would like to make a donation
at the Ride to Walk Program..
out the below form. And Thank
You in Advance!
Mail Check or Credit Card Donations To:
Ride to Walk
8485 Barton Road
Roseville, CA 95746
For more information call (916)
...or if you'd like to volunteer
an online donation,
fill out the form below ....
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