Gait Therapeutic riding in Milford presents a fundraiser film event in with the inspiring documentary movie “The Horse Boy.”
Get inside of the world of autism and learn how one family used their son’s connection with horses to open the doors of communication and improve his symptoms The film will be presented Friday, Sept, 6 at 7 p.m at the historic Milford Theatre .
The film won the 2009 audience award and at the Sundance Film The festival.
There will be a Skype question and answer period with Rupert Isaacson, the father of the “Horse Boy” after the film.
Learn about their journey across Mongolia and the connection between horse riding and people with special needs during the question and answer session.
Isaacson is the creator of the “Horse Boy Method” of therapeutic riding.
Tickets are $15 per person in advance and $20 at the door.
All proceeds benefit Gait Therapeutic riding center which uses therapeutic horse riding and other equine activities to improve the lives of children and adults with special needs including autistic riders.
Baby-sitting will be provided for children with special needs by Pike Autism Support Services during the film.
Please pre-register your child by e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling GAIT.
Also, call GAIT for advance tickets. 570-409-1140.