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    11-06-2011, 01:30 AM
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Horse Theropy riding.

I was wondering if there was any place very close to Plymouth, Ma that offers children with disabilities theropy lessons. My best friend's 7 yr old daughter has learning disabilities and problems with her balance. I suggested riding theropy but she can't go far from Plymouth. We aggree that it would be good for her daughter. She needs the stimulation and loves animals. I remember how I enjoyed riding as a child and would love her to get that chance. One issue besides location is cost as well. Would it be covered by insurance? Thank you.
     
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    11-06-2011, 01:42 AM
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Originally Posted by Hershey1    
I was wondering if there was any place very close to Plymouth, Ma that offers children with disabilities theropy lessons. My best friend's 7 yr old daughter has learning disabilities and problems with her balance. I suggested riding theropy but she can't go far from Plymouth. We aggree that it would be good for her daughter. She needs the stimulation and loves animals. I remember how I enjoyed riding as a child and would love her to get that chance. One issue besides location is cost as well. Would it be covered by insurance? Thank you.
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