Washington School of Agriscience Pilot Program Used Horses to Help People with Special Needs
Every time Alicia Crossley, 21, rides a horse, her balance, coordination, core strength and posture improve, according to her mother Cheri.
“Alicia suffers from Down syndrome and hypotonia, which is very poor muscle tone, and has benefited greatly from horseback riding, which she has been doing since she was 6,” said Cheri, of Bridgewater.
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