One Equine Trust welcome this initiative by the Southern Health and Social Care Trust in recognizing the value of equestrian assisted learning. We look forward to learning more about the expansion of these services in other Trusts. To find out more, follow the link https://southerntrust.hscni.net/health-minister-and-chief-vet-visit-unique-equine-project/ One Equine Practitioner Network One Equine Trust recently launched a network for…Keep reading
The industry is extremely diverse. It was difficult to obtain accurate statistical information to adequately describe its impact. However, it was heartening to note that the authors highlighted the importance and potential of Equine Assisted Therapy and Learning (EAT&L) as a growth sector of the overall industry. This is important to capture; it may be the first official study to properly recognize these activities.Keep reading
The Online launch of One Equine Trust will take place on November 3rd in an International One Health Day webinar.
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A report which summarises equine assisted services in Northern Ireland and gives an insight into the experiences of local people that have benefited enormously from them.
Full report is available to download: https://oneequine.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/10/One-Equine-Report.pdfKeep reading