Bring the proven benefits of equine therapy to your SLP practice

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Studies show that SLPs assisting children with ADHD, while using REST, accomplish almost twice as much per session

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Bring the proven benefits of equine therapy to your SLP practice

Bring the proven benefits of equine therapy to your SLP practice

Studies show that SLPs assisting children with ADHD, while using REST, accomplish almost twice as much per session

Studies show that SLPs assisting children with ADHD, while using REST, accomplish almost twice as much per session

Why REST®?

 

REST by Gait

While Equine Movement Therapy is a proven tool in treating numerous disabilities…

Less than 1 % of licensed OTs, PTs, and SLPs in the US have the opportunity to implement this therapy in their practice.

REST by Gait

Access is Extremely Limited…

As there are only 250-300 Equine Therapy Centers that employ a licensed OT, PT or SLP who incorporate Equine Motion Therapy in their treatment.

REST by Gait

Why?

Because a horse cannot be brought into a hospital, school, therapist’s office, rehab facility or home.

REST Benefits

REST by Gait

REST helps relax, calm and focus children with neurodevelopmental disabilities. Its unique motion allows children to self-regulate.

REST by Gait

Children with neurobehavioral challenges can more easily perform fine motor skill tasks while seated on REST.

REST by Gait

REST is a convenient, safe, and cost-effective therapeutic device which engages sensory, neuromuscular and cognitive systems. SLPs have reported that the need to redirect children is greatly reduced when using REST.

Unlike a balance ball or wiggle seat that requires the child to make regular postural adjustments to stay upright…

…REST moves through a series of motions that replicate the gait of a slow walking horse.

The constant vestibular input allows children to focus on any task as opposed to the creation of motion. Children who experience vestibular sensitivities prefer REST to a balance ball.

Testimonials

Lila Griffith

M.S., CCC-SLP

Terin Fetty, OTD, OTR/L

Director, Sky Climb Sensory Development Center