Physical Therapy Telehealth: Ollie Feeds His Horse Apples

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Physical, occupational, and speech therapy at The Shea Center pushes forward! It may look a little different right now with plenty of social distancing, but our therapists continue working with clients in their homes via telehealth. Here, Oliver plays with his horse, “Boog,” to give him treats through the screen. His physical therapist virtually directed an activity for him to transition from sitting on the floor to kneeling up on his knees to strengthen his hip and core muscles, which will help him stand strong! Telehealth is available for current Shea Center PT/OT/Speech therapy clients. To inquire or enroll contact Trish at TEvans@sheacenter.org.

The Shea Center is dedicated to improving the lives of people with disabilities through therapeutic horse-related programs and serves over 1,000 participants each year, providing more than 13,000 hours of client services annually. Utilizing 23 horses and the assistance of more than 800 community volunteers The Shea Center is able to address 75 distinct disabilities through a variety of programs that include physical, occupational, and speech therapies.

Accredited at the “premier” level by the Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship International (PATH Intl.), The Shea Center is internationally recognized for its excellence in therapeutic programs. It is also is a therapeutic riding training facility drawing interns and students from around the world.

To learn more, volunteer with us or make a donation please visit https://www.SheaCenter.org.

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