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R.O.C.K. Programs

Click here to view the photo gallery of the 2015 R.O.C.K. Barn Dance our Annual Gala and Fundraiser.

R.O.C.K.’s programs are currently divided into the following equine-assisted activities:

Equine-Assisted Therapy

Equine-Assisted Therapy, also known as hippotherapy is a physical, occupational, and speech-language therapy treatment strategy that utilizes the dynamic movement of the horse to achieve therapy goals. (Read More)

Therapeutic Horsemanship

Therapeutic Horsemanship is designed to teach horsemanship and riding skills to individuals with special needs, with the goal of increasing functional life skills.
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ROCK on Veterans

R.O.C.K., Ride On Center for Kids offers PATH International Equine Services for Heroes, a program for active duty service members and veterans partnering with horses and other veterans. (Read More)

Equine-Facilitated Learning

(EFL) is an educational approach that incorporates equine facilitated activities using the experience of equine/human interaction in an environment of learning and self discovery. (Read More)

TAMUS Equine Therapeutic Program

Chancellor John Sharp establishes equine therapeutic program at Texas A&M University

COLLEGE STATION, Texas – Texas A&M University System Chancellor John Sharp today announced the establishment of the Courtney Grimshaw Fowler Equine Therapeutic Program in memory of Courtney Grimshaw Fowler, Texas A&M University class of ’85. The Courtney Grimshaw Fowler Equine Therapeutic Program is made possible through a generous donation from the Grimshaw family that will be distributed over five years. (Read More)

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