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Session 2 (Level 2 Program) Our amazing participant works on cracking Peppas secret agent code name. SMS ‘enquire’ to 0422 518 955 for an Information brochure ... See MoreSee Less

Session 2 (Level 2 Program) Our amazing participant works on cracking Peppas secret agent code name. SMS ‘enquire’ to 0422 518 955 for an Information brochure

Our photo and colouring in board in the new barn are slowly coming together. The wall is going to be huge😄 ... See MoreSee Less

Our photo and colouring in board in the new barn are slowly coming together. The wall is going to be huge😄

Great work to our wonderful Program participant and Whiskey! Session 5 (Level 1 Program) ‘back up’. Great leadership & communication with your therapy horse✅
Well done 🤩
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Great work to our wonderful Program participant and Whiskey! Session 5 (Level 1 Program) ‘back up’. Great leadership & communication with your therapy horse✅
Well done 🤩

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I love what you guys do!!

R u guys in Adelaide

Making a horse cake is the best fun way of practicing motor skills! This little guy and his occupational therapist are currently working on his tripod grip for school readiness. He needs to hold his pencil in a tripod grip instead of a fisted grip. Learning in a fun way transfers the skills to novel and every day living situations quicker than standard therapies. We think he’s doing great don’t you? Do you need help with your child’s school readiness skills? SMS ‘enquire’ to 0422 518 955 for an Information brochure
In our horse cakes we use and highly recommend B-Complete by Banana Feeds, check them out here:
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Making a horse cake is the best fun way of practicing motor skills! This little guy and his occupational therapist are currently working on his tripod grip for school readiness. He needs to hold his pencil in a tripod grip instead of a fisted grip. Learning in a fun way transfers the skills to novel and every day living situations quicker than standard therapies. We think he’s doing great don’t you? Do you need help with your child’s school readiness skills? SMS ‘enquire’ to 0422 518 955 for an Information brochure
In our horse cakes we use and highly recommend B-Complete by Banana Feeds, check them out here:
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Let’s have some Countdown to Open Day fun✅💐🥳🤩😎🐎✅ RAFFLE ✅
This cutie below is proudly sponsored for raffle by Gingin Stockfeeds. YOU CAN WIN HIM FROM ANYWHERE IN AUSTRALIA!!💙💚💛🧡✅
All you need to do is pop on over to Gingin Stockfeeds Page, like it,
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✅ then come back here and type done below👇🏼
✅We will then give you a raffle ticket number. Raffle drawn on our Open Day. We will even cover the cost of postage to you!
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Let’s have some Countdown to Open Day fun✅💐🥳🤩😎🐎✅ RAFFLE ✅
This cutie below is proudly sponsored for raffle by Gingin Stockfeeds. YOU CAN WIN HIM FROM ANYWHERE IN AUSTRALIA!!💙💚💛🧡✅
All you need to do is pop on over to Gingin Stockfeeds Page, like it,
https://m.facebook.com/profile.php?id=812386365441967&ref=content_filter
✅ then come back here and type done below👇🏼
✅We will then give you a raffle ticket number. Raffle drawn on our Open Day. We will even cover the cost of postage to you!
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Done ❣❣❣

Done ✔️

Done 💕

Done 😊

Look at his face ❤️ Hi, I’m Cristelle at Autism Horses Australia. This photo is a pivotal moment in my life and the beginning of Autism Horses Australia. You might be seeing a lot of our posts lately in the lead up to our Community Open Day at our new premises in Cowalla, #gingin Shire. Pivotal moments can bring your world crashing down, & change it too, like happened here in this picture. If you’d like to find out more, please follow our Facebook & Instagram Pages to learn more in the lead up, & participate! Jump in & we will show you how. The good thing about being a good person is that you attract other good people, and I’ve been blessed with those who have & are joining with me in the walk to do good & be good. #humanangels You can be too. You are & that’s why you’re reading this🤩 Feel good rant over, we love you too🥰😃❤️😎👍🐎 wanna drop your feel good rant? 👇🏼you know the drill👇🏼 ... See MoreSee Less

Look at his face ❤️ Hi, I’m Cristelle at Autism Horses Australia. This photo is a pivotal moment in my life and the beginning of Autism Horses Australia. You might be seeing a lot of our posts lately in the lead up to our Community Open Day at our new premises in Cowalla, #gingin Shire. Pivotal moments can bring your world crashing down, & change it too, like happened here in this picture. If you’d like to find out more, please follow our Facebook & Instagram Pages to learn more in the lead up, & participate! Jump in & we will show you how. The good thing about being a good person is that you attract other good people, and I’ve been blessed with those who have & are joining with me in the walk to do good & be good. #humanangels You can be too. You are & that’s why you’re reading this🤩 Feel good rant over, we love you too🥰😃❤️😎👍🐎 wanna drop your feel good rant? 👇🏼you know the drill👇🏼

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Photos are from PETA Ryan; specialist educator and equine facilitator. Thanks for the share of your beautiful photos Peta😎👍

Peta Ryan from Manjimup Education Support Centre shared these photos from her special journey

Ada Ball

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Empower your child socially with this conversation starting t-shirt! Kids on the spectrum make great friends, and that’s why magical unicorns choose them as their handlers. Your child will wear this soft cotton t-shirt with the happiness and confidence that comes with being the friend of a unicorn. What better way to get practising social and communication skills and making new friends, than to talk about your friends at Autism Horses Australia. Bonus parent feeling: knowing your purchase supports a great cause, ‘friendship for all people on the spectrum’. Proceeds go to our free Kids Club Program, which sends free letters and gifts from our herd to children all over Australia. Get yours here: autism-horses-australia.myshopify.com/products/certified-unicorn-handler-kids-cotton-t-shirt ... See MoreSee Less

Empower your child socially with this conversation starting t-shirt! Kids on the spectrum make great friends, and that’s why magical unicorns choose them as their handlers. Your child will wear this soft cotton t-shirt with the happiness and confidence that comes with being the friend of a unicorn. What better way to get practising social and communication skills and making new friends, than to talk about your friends at Autism Horses Australia. Bonus parent feeling: knowing your purchase supports a great cause, ‘friendship for all people on the spectrum’. Proceeds go to our free Kids Club Program, which sends free letters and gifts from our herd to children all over Australia. Get yours here: https://autism-horses-australia.myshopify.com/products/certified-unicorn-handler-kids-cotton-t-shirt

Kids! Print out, colour in and post to us for a prize!
Every colouring wins a prize
Please colour in Peppa (yes this is really him!) and post to
Autism Horses Australia
PO Box 216
Gingin WA
6503
Remember to include your postal address to receive your prize❤️
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Kids! Print out, colour in and post to us for a prize!
Every colouring wins a prize
Please colour in Peppa (yes this is really him!) and post to
Autism Horses Australia
PO Box 216
Gingin WA
6503
Remember to include your postal address to receive your prize❤️

This little guy is afraid of haircuts. Today he got to watch his favourite therapy horse Whiskey have his haircut, giving him a positive association for next time, as he really struggles with the sensation. He gave Whiskey a nice carrot and apple treat😎🐎 ... See MoreSee Less

This little guy is afraid of haircuts. Today he got to watch his favourite therapy horse Whiskey have his haircut, giving him a positive association for next time, as he really struggles with the sensation. He gave Whiskey a nice carrot and apple treat😎🐎

Give “The Angels of Hope Paddock” some love. Our Countdown to Open Day kicks off with a bang, beginning in the past! In March 2020 we ran a competition to name our new trainee therapy horse paddock for World Autism Day. We heard about Bianca Dixon, a young lady in South Australia on the autism spectrum who had experienced some bullying due to her diagnosis. Bianca’s story struck a nerve with many of us special-needs families, and her story was viewed over 26,000 times. The name she chose, “The Angels of Hope Paddock”, was our winning entry; and speaks about the power of friendship for those in the neuro diverse community. This paddock promotes friendship. Every time we accept a new trainee horse into our program, we will take a photo of them over this sign. The new gates are being cemented in next weekend! Here is our new recruit ‘Boots’! Boots will complete a six month training Program. Currently he is in the beginning stages of let down, observing and newly introduced to the herd. Bianca has waited a long time to see this sign on the new paddock, in the new premises! Bianca, we are packing your promised parcel in the mail today, you are a wonderful young lady with a wonderful family. Let’s show some love folks, like share and comment😎👍❤️💐🐎 Renee Maddren ... See MoreSee Less

Give “The Angels of Hope Paddock” some love. Our Countdown to Open Day kicks off with a bang, beginning in the past! In March 2020 we ran a competition to name our new trainee therapy horse paddock for World Autism Day. We heard about Bianca Dixon, a young lady in South Australia on the autism spectrum who had experienced some bullying due to her diagnosis. Bianca’s story struck a nerve with many of us special-needs families, and her story was viewed over 26,000 times. The name she chose, “The Angels of Hope Paddock”, was our winning entry; and speaks about the power of friendship for those in the neuro diverse community. This paddock promotes friendship. Every time we accept a new trainee horse into our program, we will take a photo of them over this sign. The new gates are being cemented in next weekend! Here is our new recruit ‘Boots’! Boots will complete a six month training Program. Currently he is in the beginning stages of let down, observing and newly introduced to the herd. Bianca has waited a long time to see this sign on the new paddock, in the new premises! Bianca, we are packing your promised parcel in the mail today, you are a wonderful young lady with a wonderful family. Let’s show some love folks, like share and comment😎👍❤️💐🐎  Renee Maddren

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Omg that is amazing and you all are amazing made me cry with joy. I will definitely show bianca when I pick her up from school xxx

Beautiful story you are doing a great thing🙏💜🐘

Welcome to boots keep up the fantastic work.Wish had is program when my son was younger, he is married now both he and his wife have Asperger's , my drives a car and looks after his wife when her health plays up.So proud of both them.He even work for an adult austim group until the government changed the disabilities support scheme.Love hearing postive thing being done

Good luck

Welcome Boots 😍

That's awesome and welcome beautiful Boots🤩❤

Beautiful

beautiful

For Ryan David.💙💙💙💙💙💙

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Amazing

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