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Are you looking to register for the Summer Sensory Camp? If so, CLICK HERE for the registration form.
Are you looking to register for the Movement Method Workshops? If so, CLICK HERE for the registration form.
Global News Everyday Hero Video
On April 19, Patty was highlighted by Global National Television as their “Everyday Hero”. Featured are Bentley and Matthew.
Here Is The Science — The Movement Method
Hinchinbrook Farm is NOT only about horseback riding/equine therapy. There is a growing body of science supporting the range of activities, from trampoline to riding and rocking on a pond raft to running that suggests any kind of movement is a benefit to managing ASD. Horseback riding is especially good because of the rocking motion that leads to certain hormonal changes, but all movement is beneficial. For a 4+ minute video explaining some of this science, check out the video at this link.
HOW IS OUR SADDLE CROWD-FUNDING DOING? WE DID IT!
Help increase our capacity — become a volunteer!
- Volunteers are trained by certified therapeutic riding experts
- You are asked to commit to a minimum of 10 hours a month (about 1 session per week, although many volunteers do more than that)
- Once you have put in 100 volunteer hours (including training) you qualify for other free training such as Emergency First Aid, Mental Health Emergency First Aid, T-TOUCH and more — saving you hundreds of dollars
- Volunteering at Hinchinbrook qualifies for school and college community service and supervised co-op work
“FREE REINS” Documentary
GET YOUR POPCORN — AND A BOX OF TISSUES — AND THEN CLICK HERE TO WATCH THE CBC DOCUMENTARY, “FREE REINS”, ABOUT HINCHINBROOK FARM AND THE MEMBERS OF OUR TRIBE (45 MINUTES)
For the present, this video can only be viewed in Canada. We will update the link once an international access site has been confirmed.
Here are some current events and news you will want to see
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Our Wonderful Corporate Donors
➢The Windsor Foundation, Halifax
➢100 Bluenosers Who Care
Partners in the 2018 Support4Sport Grant to help pay for Volunteer Training include: Province of Nova Scotia, Sport Canada, Canada Games Legacy Fund and Manulife