This lecture will discuss normal development vs. abnormal development.
- How do abnormal reflexes affect the rider’s movements?
- What activities can the instructor use to improve the rider’s control?
Mechanics of Mounting and Dismounting
- How do you protect your back?
- How can you best assist the rider with mounting?
Precautions & Contraindications
- How to interpret the PATH Intl. guidelines and make the best use of this resource?
- What other sources are available?
The Instructional Team
- Who are they?
- Putting it all together to be able to effectively provide a safe but challenging equine experience for the client.
- Will include a rider assessment during a riding session.
This is the third lecture in the Disability Module of the PATH Intl. Approved Instructor Training Course. This lecture can be taken in three different ways:
- As a stand-alone lecture for continuing education purposes
- As part of the 7-day Disability Module
- or as part of the 16-day PATH Intl. Instructor Training Course a component of the Certified Therapeutic Riding Instructor education process.
If you are unsure as to your educational needs or ambitions, please schedule a telephone conversation with our Training & Education team, prior to signing up.