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Nutrition and Exercise

Nutrition is 80% of any healthy lifestyle.  We will explore possible food allergies or intolerances that may have gone undetected when just trying to get through the day with autism with behavioral issues. 

The other 20% is exercise.  Daily life at a working ranch has a person moving daily, which in itself is beneficial.  We will figure out on a personal level what activities are more fun such as cycling, swimming, running, etc. 


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Occupational Therapy 

The nervous system, for autism, receives, organizes, and uses sensory information for self-regulation, motor planning, and skill development.  Our occupational therapy will use a sensory integration-based approach to build self-confidence and to help the clients discover what they would want out of life. 

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Equine Therapy

Horses have such a calming effect on someone who may have a chaotic mind.  They react and mirror individuals' behaviors and emotions.  Horses can make connections where other people can not.  Horses are used for social goals for autistic people.


Communication is the most difficult for some autistic to master. We want to do everything we can to give them a voice. We can not expect one technique to work for all.  We will explore ways to get them into sign language, pictures, written words, computers, tablets, or other electronic devices depending on the individual. 

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Community Involvement 

Autistic people are capable to contribute to their community.  They can assemble food packages for Meals-on-Wheels; stock canned goods in food pantries, and hang clothes for clothes closets.  They walk away feeling good for a well-done job, and the community sees they are more than what meets the eye. 

Recreational Therapy

 We will work towards Special Olympics for competing for those residents who would like to participate.   


With safety at the forefront of our minds, we will have a playground with various swings and trampolines to provide sensory comfort.  A treehouse and benches under the trees for those who need solitude.   

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