Workshops & Activities
All SRD workshops and activities have been thoughtfully structured to address SRD client health, social and family needs. Activities range from mucking and horse grooming to connecting youth who have siblings with special needs and providing support to parents with children going through the mental health treatment process.
SRD offers schools the opportunity to conduct workshops on-site or at the SRD ranch. Contact us to create a personalized program and schedule for your location. Great for homeschoolers too!
Bully in the Barn
Nurtures empowerment through appropriate conflict-resolution. Explores assertive communication, anger management, and self-care skills. Assists students in recognizing the importance of embracing differences. Activities include content sharing, interactive discussion, equine experiences, journaling, and expressive arts.
Begining with parent night, the program includes pre-evaluation and post-evaluation tools for students & teachers as well as a closing celebration.
Youngsters who have been identified with special needs work with our team to develop communication and social skills.
Helps children navigate unique challenges and joys of growing up with a special needs sibling. Working alongside our four-legged friends, kids become empowered with new skills, information, and strategies that enable them to be a positive part of the family dynamic.
This is a fun, high energy EAL workshop out in the fresh air and sunshine at SRD Ranch - it's a time for your child to be with other kids who share their experiences. A time just for them and all about them. Therapeutic, not therapy!
Youth Ranch Crew
Learn horse grooming and stall maintenance, leadership skills, practice social skills in a safe environment, create friendships, work ethic while also putting in community service hours.
The Together Everyone Achieves More (TEAM) workshop enables students to answer the question, “Who am I?” through writing and exploration of personal ownership.
SRD Helps youth develop skills to be a leader off and on their school campus. We believe in helping our youth who are undervalued by their peers and/or are struggling with the challenge of peer pressure.
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