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YOUTH/FAMILY PROGRAMS

F.E.E.L Facilitated Equine Enhanced Learning Ltd. Is A Pre-Qualified Vendor for Alberta Education and Alberta Human Services.

12 Week Building Block Life Skills Development Program

Download the curriculum for the program here ►  12-week-curriculum-program

 LIFE SKILLS DEVELOPMENT

F.E.E.L. believes in taking pro-active measures and innovative strategies to better prepare the youth of today by empowering them with skills and support to conquer the negative influences that surround them. It is our goal to offer each participant the opportunity to work with, love, care and learn from horses. A dream come true for most!

F.E.E.L. offers this unique program of helping kids before they find themselves in trouble.

Horses don’t judge, nor do they cheat. They have the ability to mirror exactly what body language tells them. “This horse is stubborn”. “This horse doesn’t like me”, but the lesson to be learned is that if they change themselves, the horse responds differently. Horses don’t lie; it is honesty that creates the powerful message.  The bottom line….it simply works.

 

WHAT WOULD THE FUTURE LOOK LIKE IF WE PREPARED OUR YOUTH WITH SKILLS FOR LIFE?

Give your students the skills necessary to ultimately better prepare your children to take on the challenges that life throws at them.

One of the many bonuses of working with horses vs. a classroom setting is the component of interactivity because we all learn differently, but we can all take away lessons that we learn through our experiences. As the only Nationally Recognized Equine Assisted Learning Program in Canada, each of our exercises are custom designed to maximize learning potential and focus on developing individual skills as they work through each fun interactive group challenge. Teams will work to;

  • develop relationships
  • accept responsibility and accountability
  • overcome barriers to find change
  • be encouraged to be creative and innovative
  • find opportunity in working together
  • realize the benefits associated with effective communication
  • and recognize the value of mutual trust, respect, and personal integrity…All while having a blast!

Equine Assisted Learning acts as an important educational tool to help to develop empathy and kindness as well as combat;

  • Behavioral disorders Emotional Issues
  • Low self-esteem Self-Regulation
  • Bullying Poor Communication Skills
  • Drug abuse Inability to work with others

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