How Will You Transform?
We invite you to grow with us as our programs continue to evolve. If you are looking for a rewarding way to make a difference in the lives of others, please consider making a donation to The Root Farm.
Alexis, Therapist at The Root Farm
“Once people come here and see what we are doing, it’s easy to see that horses are a vessel
opening up those pathways. Whether it is physical, cognitive, or emotional, we see breakthroughs all of the time with all of the kids and adults that we work with.” to
Kate & Ken
“You can achieve anything at The Root Farm.” – Kate
“Riding here feels like a freedom of movement. It has helped with my sitting balance and core strength. My personality has changed a little bit. When I interact with people now, I’m sitting up straight and I’m able to look them more in the eye. I think it really has helped me feel like a more confident person.”
Our Wish List
The Root Farm is also looking for donations of the following equipment. Please contact Jeremy Earl at (315) 520-7046 ext. 227 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
“When my daughter started at The Root Farm, she was basically non-verbal and after just a couple of sessions, she began speaking! This therapy has made a tremendous difference for her, and for us as a family. It has just made such a phenomenal difference in her ability to just participate in regular life. We are thrilled with her progress and growth.”
– Amanda, Parent of a rider
“We’ve seen our daughter’s physical ability get a lot better. She can move a lot better, she’s more coordinated. Also, she’s a lot happier and just loves the animals up here. It’s a family here, and when you take your child to The Root Farm, it doesn’t matter if it’s the therapist, any of the aides, or any of the staff here, they all treat you like you’re their family walking through the door. Whatever you need, they are always here to help.”
– Jamie & Jason, Parents of rider
“We create transformative opportunities from which people can grow and expand to become the best that they can be.”
– Jeremy Earl, Executive Director
“Our daughter has grown in some incredible ways. Her motor planning, sensory integration, confidence, and even speech. There are no white coats or double glass doors that open on their own, the honesty of the horses and what it means to be riding, it’s given us such a great sense of relief that our daughter is being well-cared for.”
– Ken, Parent of a rider