We are fundraising for a good cause!! Help us reach OUR goal! Link in bio and donate 👆🏼👆🏼👆🏼 Hippotherapy 🐎 has been a vital therapy for my son and to so many children with special needs. Your donations go to a non-profit organization, Friends of Leaps & Bounds. It helps offset the cost of Hippotherapy. Please share this post with your network.
What is it? #Hippotherapy
is a treatment strategy used by physical, occupational, and, or speech therapists that utilizes equine movement as part of an integrated intervention program to achieve functional outcomes (Helps children sit, stand, walk, balance, and MOVE more independently!). Why the horse? The horse’s walk provides sensory input through movement, which is variable, rhythmic, and repetitive. The resultant movement responses in the patient are similar to human movement patterns of the pelvis while walking. The variability of the horse’s gait enables the therapist to grade the degree of sensory input to the patient, and then utilize this movement in combination with other treatment strategies to achieved desired results.
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BUENOS DÍAS SUN CITY 🌞 We hope everyone had a fun and safe weekend. We took a little trip this Sunday to Lincoln Park located at 4116 Durazno Ave, El Paso, TX 79905 and had the pleasure of meeting the local Lorenzo Legends and his sick whip 😎 for those who don't know Lincoln Park, also known as El Paso's Chicano Park, is an important local landmark rich in historical significance and art. In 1966, when I-10 came through the Lincoln Park community hundreds of homes and families were affected and displaced. By 1973, the City of El Paso requested the use of the space beneath 1-10 for a public purpose to develop open space and Lincoln Park was created. In 1981, Chicano artist Felipe Adame was commissioned to paint the first mural in the park. Adame considered his murals "as a means to preserve the culture, to retain a heritage, and to value the community organized effort behind a work of art." By the late 1980s numerous local artists such as Carlos E. Florés, Fermin Montes, Manuel Guzman, Ana Ramos, Flaviano Ortíz, Fernando Galvan, Carlos Casillas, and Enrique Florés were working to advance Adame's idea. In 1999, Chicano artist Carlos Callejo proposed a mural project that included 80 students from various school districts and sponsored art classes at Lincoln Center. Also known as El Corazón de El Paso, Lincoln Park is the perfect representation of a community who, despite all odds, came together to honor their history and heritage, to celebrate art, and to create something beautiful to be shared with the generations to come 🖤