Adapted Ramp of Access to the Horse – EquiTEA
The Foundation for the Promotion of Equestrian Sport collaborates with the EquiTEA Association for the first time this year, an entity from Seville dedicated to the Assisted Interventions with Horses and created in 2013 with the aim of bringing the equestrian world to people with physical, sensory or intellectual disabilities and those with mental, mood or learning disorders.
The Foundation has provided an access ramp to the horse adapted to favor the development of the therapies, improve their quality and safety.
The EquiTEA team is formed by a Physiotherapist, a Psychologist and 2 Assistants, and can duplicate this entire staff when the needs require it.
This year, with the help of two mares and several ponies, we have been able to attend the needs of:
- 12 students from the Seville Autism Association
- 2 girls with Cerebral Palsy
- 1 boy with Down Syndrome
With this collaboration, The Foundation for the Promotion of Equestrian Sport continues with its policy, supporting the improvement of the quality of life of the users attending the assisted therapies with horses.