Welcome to Stable Hands Equine Therapy Center

 


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What’s New at Stable Hands



 

Welcome new  Instructor Nicole!

Congratulations to Nicole Yunk on achieving her Registered Instructor Status! Becoming an instructor with PATH (Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship) is a difficult and challenging process.

However, being able to work with our students who have special needs is rewarding beyond measure. A lot of varied skills are needed to be an instructor, including extensive horse knowledge and riding skills, varied information on riders with special needs and how to best meet the goals for their benefit.

We are happy to have her as a member of our staff!


Stable Hands  Classes 2019 

We are accepting new students for next year and the first step is to fill out the registration forms and get them back to us.  We will contact you to set up a skills assessment where we can learn student needs and give you a tour as we plan for sessions.  You can download the registration packet here: Student Registration Packet 2019   For a copy of our brochure click here: Changing Lives Brochure 2019

For info call:  Diane Abitz,  Executive Director,  715-359-6046.

 

 


Stable Hands’ program for Veterans is called V.A.S.T. (Veterans Assisted Sports Training). Therapeutic horses are partnered with Veterans for them to gain self-understanding and emotional growth. V.A.S.T. recognizes the bond between animals and humans, and sees the potential for emotional healing that can occur when a relationship is formed and nurtured.

The Stable Hands HarryV.A.S.T. Program offers horse-based activities to enhance the recovery from physical, emotional, social and cognitive struggles that veterans may face in civilian life. We offer different levels of instruction to guide Veterans through the program.  For more information, contact Diane Abitz, Executive Director, at 715-359-6046 or dabitz@stablehandstherapy.com  To see a copy of our  brochure, click here: V.A.S.T. info

 


 Our Mission

Stable Hands’ mission is to enhance the quality of life for individuals with physical, emotional

and cognitive disabilities

through the use of equine-assisted activities and therapies.