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Project

Clean Horse paddoxs for Hippotherapy

8th Mar 2013

Cub Scouts removed weeds, twigs, trash, and other garbage from outside training are used by horse and staff.  The Blazing Prairie Stars treatment facility in Maple Park, Illinois is located on 16 acres which include a playground, sensory garden, picnic area, treatment gym, therapy rooms, kitchen, an arena and a barn. We provide pediatric speech-language, occupational, physical therapies and social work services to children and their families. In this natural environment, families find that their children are highly motivated and work hard in therapy to acquire functional and meaningful skills that are transferable to their daily lives.