Janelle Robinson–Horses to help people with disabilities

by | Jun 28, 2004

Janelle Robinson, Director of Therapy Services at the J.F. Shea Therapeutic Riding Center in San Juan Capistrano–which uses horses to help improve the condition of children and adults with a vast array of disabilities, functional limitations and impairments–discusses the Center’s year’s history (founded in 1978 as the Fran Joswick Therapeutic Riding Center) and stature (the only full-time such center in Southern California; one of only five–of nearly 700 in the U.S.–certified to train instructors), as well as how hippotherapy works for clients across a range of diagnoses.   [www.SheaCenter.org]
COMEDY CORNER: Jonathan Winters’  “The Deer Hunter” [www.JonathanWinters.com]
MUSIC: Tom Waits’  “Pony,” The Cramps’ “Saddle Up A Buzz Buzz,”  instrumentals
NAME THAT ANIMAL TUNE: Culture Club’s  “Karma Chameleon”

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