Learn How RISE Rehab Works
An initial assessment is required for every client to determine if Hippotherapy (Equine-Assisted PT, OT or ST) is indicated or if Adaptive (Therapeutic) Riding is appropriate. This initial assesment also assist in establishing baseline information.
FOLLOWING IS A BREAKDOWN OF FEES:
$45.00 Initial Assessment
$55.00 > Adaptive (Therapeutic) Riding with an Instructor Per Lesson (paid monthly)
Adaptive Riding requires a Physicians Statement
$85.00 > Hippotherapy with a Licensed Therapist Per Lesson (paid monthly)
Hippotherapy requires a Pysician’s Prescription
and a Physician's Statement
THE REGISTRATION FORM MUST BE SUBMITTED AND CONFRIMED BY RISE REHAB STAFF VIA EMAIL OR PHONE CALL, PRIOR TO INITIAL ASSESSMENT
CLICK HERE to go directly to the registration form if you haven't yet filled it out.
Payment can be made in cash or check made out to RISE Rehab.
Payment is the responsibility of each client. Some Insurance Companies do cover some of the cost of therapy; however, RISE Rehab does not currently bill insurance directly. Upon request, we can provide a Superbill for you to submit to your Insurance Company.
When you are accepted into the program...volunteers, horses and staff are assigned and look forward to working with you each week. If you are unable to attend a session, please cancel at least 24 hours prior to session.
RISE REHAB RESPONSIBILITY
The staff at RISE make every effort to provide excellent and professional services. If circumstances ever develop that would prevent riding and unmounted lessons, you will be contacted at the number you designated on your registration form.
Scholarships can be applied for and are awarded based on individual circumstances, financial need and scholarship fund availability. At the end of the awarded scholarship period, a rider can re-apply for continued lessons.
Applications are available upon request.
muscle tone and coordination
gross and fine motor skills
symmetrical postural alignment
self esteem & confidence
channeling aggressive behavior
memory & organization
communication/problem solving skills
abilities to perform daily activities
goals and bringing joy to life
To protect our clients, volunteers and horses, weight guidelines have been established. These guidelines are relative to the horses and volunteers available and will be addressed on an individual basis.
client + tack*
cannot exceed 20% of the horses weight
*stirrups, bridles, halters, reins, bits, harnesses, etc.
Shorts and Tank Tops are Prohibited,
Helmets Will Be Provided
Interested in purchasing your own helmet?
Just ask a staff member...
For the benefit of everyone, the client should not participate in riding or therapy if there has been vomiting, diarrhea or fever in the last 24 hours.
If cancellations occur due to illness, please contact your instructor as soon as possible, prior to your lesson time.
Noise and activity can distract instructors and riders resulting in an unsafe environment for horses. A small cabin is available on-site for the convenience of parents and families to observe lessons from a distance.
RISE Rehab is a No Smoking facility and the use of drugs and alcohol are strictly forbidden. No weapons of any kind are permitted on the premises. We reserve the right to ask anyone to leave the premises.
The first step to receiving services at RISE Rehab is to fill out our Client Registration Form. Once your registration form has been received, you will receive an email inviting you to establish your Patient Portal account.
CLICK HERE TO REGISTER NOW
It’s our hope that all prospective clients, eligible to participate in the program, will begin as soon as possible. Acceptance depends on availability of volunteers, horses, safety precautions and contraindications.
Waiting lists are utilized when the program is at capacity.