What is Therapeutic Riding?
Therapeutic Riding is a means of rehabilitation, where the horse is the therapeutic medium, improving the overall health and quality of life of people with physical, mental or emotional disorders.
Who can participate?
Therapeutic Riding is suitable for people with physical, mental, sensory and psychological disorders. Persons with disabilities for which Therapeutic Riding is indicated, always subject to the consent of their supervising doctor, present significant improvement in their quality of life. Therapeutic Riding is most effective for the following disorders: cerebral palsy, spinal column injuries, multiple sclerosis, stroke/apoplexy, arthritis, absence or disfigurement of limbs, blindness, deafness, tactile disorders, Down Syndrome, Autism Spectrum Disorders, developmental disorders, behavioral disorders, emotional disorders, mental impairment and other syndromes.
How can I help?
You can help us:
  1. As a volunteer program assistant
  2. By contributing financially
  3. By sponsoring TRAG’s therapeutic and sports programs
What times can I reach TRAG?
TRAG is open daily from 9:00 to 13:00 and from 16:00 to 19:00 and on Saturdays from 8:30-13:30.
What do I need to become a volunteer?
You don’t need to have special qualifications. All you need is to love animals and humans and to have a desire to help. There is work for everyone!!!!!!
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