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Equestrian activities may include mounted riding lesson or unmounted horse care such as grooming. Prior to any lesson bookings, a non riding assessment is undertaken for new riders to enable coaches to meet the rider and assess the level of support appropriate to their specific needs.

Riders who have an existing NDIS plan can arrange for lessons to be included within their plan. Depending on the level of support required riders may have 1-2 volunteer leading and side walking.

The benefits include:

  • Have fun
  • Learn new skills
  • Make new friends
  • Build self-confidence
  • Gain a new direction in life
  • Improve fitness

Our organisation supports:

Culturally and linguistically diverse people
Young Adults

Diagnoses and conditions:

Acquired Brain Injury
ADHD and associated conditions
Autism and related conditions
Cerebral palsy
Deafness and hearing loss
Developmental delay
Down syndrome
Global development delay
Intellectual disability
Invisible Disability
Mental Health
Motor Neurone Disease
Multiple sclerosis
Other intellectual/learning conditions
Other psychosocial/psychiatric
Other sensory/speech
Other – physical
Physical Disability

Service types our organisation supports:

Community Connection
Community participation/inclusion
Group/Centre Activities
Horse/Equine Therapy
School Holiday programs
Skill development
Sport and recreation activities

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