.... the one thing stu and I could not do alone. At this time I began to think about movie I had seen years ago. I so loved the story and wondered why aren't there any therapists who are outdoors with these kids?
I wanted to tech out to talk with you about Ashley & I doing a 2.0 version of Horse Boy Summer school at Square Peg. I'm meeting with Ashleyon Sundayto discuss it.
I just wanted to touch base with you and let you know how happy I am with our recent play dates. I am so in love with Josh and Laurence! They are both so patient and loving with my boys and I was in tears after we left. He continued to be more verbal and open when we left!
When I started at Wilton RDA I could barely control my anger. I used to have outbursts at the slightest things and this got me into a lot of trouble. I started riding in September 2004 as part of a curriculum for Disabled students at Woodford Valley CE Primary. I was very reluctant to get on a horse at first, but the moment I sat down, I felt a change. From the start, I wanted to learn to “jump and go fast” in the words of my 6 year old self.
"My son Archie is 15, non-verbal, severely autistic and an adrenaline junkie speed freak. There’s nothing he likes more than surfing big waves tandem, or riding roller coasters - and anything he does needs to be fast.