Hi again! While battling with my last readings and deadlines, our ladies from the University of Nottingham Equestrian were putting hard work to promote the inclusive sessions for disabled students that they have been organising his year -making the disabled students happy and grateful.
The article, featuring on two British magazines on activities for the disabled PosAbility and ONTRACK has the title “Inclusive Riding Sessions: Engaging Mind and Body”, highlights the positive impact of our equine therapy sessions on students’ long-term physical and mental conditions in higher education. And if you like my face, you’ll see it on one of the featured pictures -haha. But even if you don’t like my face my face, I still encourage you to read the article!
So yes, having accepted the fact that I have a disability and receive this kind of help, I’d like to thank the people who made Riding Inclusive Sessions happen and let them know for once more that I feel proud to attend them. They actually make a difference and I hope that they run next academic year as well. For more on what the UoN Equestrian does for the disabled, you can navigate on the website of the society, looking specifically at the pages VOLUNTEERING and INCLUSIVITY.