How can I help horse riding for the disabled Queensland?

How can I help horse riding for the disabled Queensland?

RDAQ is committed to providing life-changing experiences for disabled children and adults across Queensland. Your contributions to RDAQ will go a long way. You will help to care for the horses and buy equipment. Make a secure donation at Give Now.

When is rdaq horse riding for the Disabled open?

Our office is open Monday – Friday 8.00am to 4.00pm. RDAQ is run by a dedicated team that comprises our committee, administration manager, volunteers and horses. Make a difference, volunteer your time and skills to assist people with a disability experience horse riding.

How does rdaq help people with a disability?

Make a difference, volunteer your time and skills to assist people with a disability experience horse riding. RDAQ is the State Administrative and Coaching Regulatory body for RDA centres throughout Queensland, most of which are voluntary, non-funded and non-profit community groups.

When did Arundel Park riding for disabled start?

Arundel Park Riding for Disabled was formed in 1981 under the name Gold Coast and Hinterland Riding School for the Disabled Association Incorporated, to provide a horse riding service for children and adults with a disability. Thanks for coming to Arundel Park Riding For Disabled Inc to make a donation.

Are there any riding programs for people with disabilities?

We offer riding support to both people with and without disability, with many of our Equine Learning Programs individualised and focused on achieving specific learning goals identified in collaboration with participants, families and school staff (where applicable).

How does riding for Disabled Association ( RDA ) work?

RDA is committed to providing life-changing experiences for disabled children and adults across the UK. Our network of centres and volunteers are providing opportunities every day of the week. Even so, we can’t meet the demand for our activities. With your help we can change this. Help us to support our RDA community.