Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a condition that can cause difficulty staying focused and controlling impulsive behavior. It is a very common and may be a stand-alone diagnosis or a coexisting condition, typically diagnosed along with Autism Spectrum Disorder.
People with ADHD can be easily distracted, have trouble sitting still, and difficulty waiting their turn. These tendencies fit well with some of the benefits therapeutic riding or equine-assisted activities can provide.
Since it’s summertime, I thought this might be a timely post if anyone is holding camps or large groups this summer. This game is great for big groups and it’s easy to play with almost any level of riding abilities.
Hello friends! I skipped last week because I was out in Yellowstone National Park celebrating the Fourth of July in the wilderness. I could have pre-planned a post but I thought everyone should take a little break to celebrate the holiday, especially in the summertime! Is it just me or is this summer absolutely flying by?
Anyway, that’s not what you came here for. On to today’s game suggestion: “Mother May I?”
Today we’re shifting gears slightly. Most of the off-horse activities we have been talking about have all been related to the horse. This week, I want to talk about gardening. How is this related to horses? Let me tell you.