Woman Works With Horses to Help Disabled Children

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horse therapyReady Set Ride is a Plainfield non-profit organization that operates mostly on donations. Chris Bajner, the founder, started an online fundraising effort called “Keep The Barn Doors Open” on gofundme.com in an effort to keep operations afloat. The organization uses horse therapy to help disabled children, including her 9-year old son Chris.

The boy is diagnosed with Chromosome 18q Deletion Syndrome and is a rare defect that affects the child in many different ways. The child has a great difficulty in communicating; but with a horse it’s different. Each time the child goes to the stables, his face will light up in excitement.

The horses in the organization provides a means of mobility for children with disorders.

Source: Plainfield woman working to help disabled children