660 Keller Smithfield Rd. Keller, TX 76248
Of all of the things that I can say about White Bridle, the above statement says it all for me. My mission to work with children with autism is a mission of love, compassion, and learning; and my life is well spent being with special children and teaching them in the way that they learn - which is different for every child. My greatest joy is seeing them accomplish both great and small things; many times the small accomplishments lead to great ones.
"Love Lives Here."
"Yes, it is a Tree! You know tree!"
January 2007 – White Bridle began as a nonprofit corporation dedicated to serving our community and animals.
March 2009 – The Dallas Chapter of The Autism Society of America asked White Bridle to create an equine-facilitated program for children with autism and committed to scholarship funding.
September 2009 – White Bridle's therapeutic horsemanship program launched at the Las Colinas Equestrian Center.
January 2010 - White Bridle partnered with Grand Prairie Parks and Recreation to provide a mobile program for children with autism that included therapeutic cart driving with miniature horses. A number of key volunteers in this program were special education teachers from GPISD.
April 2014 - White Bridle moved to Rocky Top Ranch and launched a therapeutic riding program.
June 2015 - White Bridle launched our "for profit" ABA program that incorporated RBT's (registered behavior technicians); BCBA graduate students; and BCBA's in a unique and exciting way of providing ABA therapy. The horses were included in this program, and naturalistic, activity based, learning became a key component of our program. This enabled us to serve the needs of children with sensory processing issues (primarily very active children who need activity in order to learn). It also enabled us to use the child's natural interests to build ABA learning programs that may someday lead to careers.