Disabled children of Redován will have the opportunity to do therapy with horses in the municipality

Redován 10/11/2017. The children of Redován with some type of physical or mental disability will have the opportunity, starting on November 20, to perform therapy with horses without leaving the municipality, at the Cándido Pina Equestrian Center in the San Carlos neighborhood. The person in charge of this facility and the City Council have reached an agreement to carry out an activity that can be very beneficial for the children, and that will be given by a specialized instructor, at no cost to the municipal coffers or to the families of the children and girls, which the mayor of Redova, Emilio Fernandez, thanked the promoter of this initiative.

The first mayor of Redovanense emphasizes that this activity is a pioneer in the region and that “we had been working for a long time to get it going”. Fernandez has specified that the sessions are planned at first for Tuesdays and Thursdays, from 5.30 to 6.25 pm and that people interested in their children can receive this type of therapy can go to the City of Redován, call 966.75. 40.25 and talking with the mayor, Emilio Fernández, or with the Councilor for Social Welfare, Nely Ruiz.

For the mayor, this therapy “can be very beneficial for those who receive it, both psychically and physically, because you start from scratch, approaching the horse or caressing it, then brushing it, feeding it and, if possible, mounting it ”

Conversation group in English

On the other hand, Emilio Fernandez has taken the opportunity to announce that the City Council of Redován will soon put another free activity in operation “so that those who want to practice English spoken with natives have one hour a week to do it,” the councilor said. The Consistory will start a conversation group with English neighbors whose meetings have been set, initially, for Thursdays at the Municipal Library. Those who are interested should sign up at the Town Hall or by calling 635593022.

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