Provides Equine Assisted Learning life-skill programs to children & youth who are at-risk of disengagement from formal education & family, as well as for women whose lives have been impacted by family & domestic violence.
Who can Join
By referral ONLY from relevant social support agencies & is free of charge to those participants who need it the most.
90-minute session is held one morning/week during school term for 8 weeks.
Where we meet
Western suburbs of Brisbane.
A hands-on, innovative & practical way of gaining personal development & building essential life skills, with all learning taking place in an outdoor classroom, with a horse as your teacher (no riding).
Life skills & personal development programs for disengaged/disadvantaged young people, as well as women & their families who have survived family violence, with horses as the teachers.
To improve the well-being of those experiencing disadvantage, disability, or mental health by utilising equine assisted learning activities.