If you would like to learn more about DADTH,
Dream A Dream Therapeutic Horsemanship offers therapeutic riding programs for children and adults with physical, mental and emotional disabilities.
Throughout history horses have held a special place in the lives and hearts of people with the therapeutic benefits of the horse being recognized as early as 460 BC. Their statuesque and majestic nature have long inspired awe, causing people of all ages to love horses.
Dream a Dream Therapeutic Horsemanship takes advantage of this beautiful, natural, age old relationship by encouraging our special needs friends to build or strengthen their own personal relationship with horses. Together, the horses and staff of Dream A Dream provide hope, healing, therapy, and love by helping our special needs friends develop self-confidence, independent living skills, and an improved quality of life.
Dream A Dream Therapeutic Horsemanship is a 501c3 non-profit organization and a PATH International (Professional Association for Therapeutic Riding International) member center.
DADTH is also a provider for:
· DSSW (Disability Services of the SouthWest),
· CLASS (Community Living Assistance and Support Services),
· a Touch of CLASS, and
· DARS (Department of Assistive and Rehabilitative Services) Division for Blind Services.
Dream a Dream is available to the special needs population of Leander, Liberty Hill, Cedar Park, Austin and surrounding Central Texas areas.
Our motto is "All who come here are able. We should not dwell on our weaknesses, instead we should strengthen our ability to overcome them."
If you have high speed internet and would like to learn more about DADTH, you can click the link below to watch a video about Dream A Dream Therapeutic Horsemanship.
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Michael & Brenda McCall
23650 Round Mountain Circle
Leander, Texas 78641
Phone: (512) 260-5957
Fax: (512) 260-0490
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Because we care about the safety of our riders, horses, and volunteers, if the temperature is above 99 or below 45 degrees, please call to confirm your session before coming out to the ranch.