What is Equine Assisted Learning (EAL)?
‘Equine Assisted Learning refers to activities done with horses geared toward experiential learning. Equine Assisted Learning activities can be used to reengage students in academic learning as well as with high risk adolescents in alternative school programs. Typically, the clients participate in an activity with the horses on the ground, and the trained facilitator guides the learning process. Rather than focusing on personal issues, the focus is on concepts and principles, as in character concepts for example.’ ¹
Amy and Jeff Grieco Own and Operate Cockade Stables. You can read more about their story by clicking (Our Team).
Amy has created programs such Khamrada’s Hope: Parenting and Kids Power Program that were developed to help parents raise children in a healthy, positive, and encouraging way.
Cockade Stables operates with the help of several volunteers that share the passion of serving others and helping people find their better selves!