Caregiver Meet Ups & Pony Rides

    Who is considered a "caregiver"?

    We at BINA know families and support systems come in all shapes and sizes. The term "caregiver" is our encompassing term for a participant's care team. That can include parents, siblings, grandparents, guardians, friends, teachers, nurses and aides to the individuals we serve. 

    Why Caregiver Programs? 

    BINA believes that inclusive programs are better for our Participants, their family members and those in the community because these type of programs break down societal barriers between people of different abilities. Caregiver Meet Ups allow us to welcome all family members and community members to our property in a fun and inviting way.

    What are the Caregiver Programs? 

    They range from Pony Rides for the Little Ones, Wake Up with the Horses, Picnics at BINA, Meet & Greets with the Horses to name the highlights! Please see our full Caregiver Meet Ups flyer hyperlink here for full details!

     

    Other ways to get involved at BINA as a Caregiver or Community Member?

    Beyond Caregiver Meet Ups, family members who wish to take Recreational Riding lessons while their siblings or children are taking their Therapeutic Riding lessons are encouraged to do so, based upon availability--email info@binafarm.org for more information. Other ways to get involved as a Caregiver include volunteering, gardening, hosting a Pony Party or Group Ride, or using BINA Farm Center as a venue for your next special event.

    Please email us at info@binafarm.org or call us at 78-862-5020 with any questions.