Our Job Readiness Program Manager, Nancy Frasche, has created a playlist of videos that help inform students of proper chicken care! Attached is an activity students can complete after watching the videos.[Read more…] about Chicken Care | What’s in a chicken coop?
Alexander Sumerwell is a young adult living with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). In June of 2017, at the age of 21, he graduated from The Community School of Maryland in Brookville. Alexander and his family found it took some time to get ahold of vital services after graduation.[Read more…] about In the Spotlight|Alexander Sumerwell
Madison Fields’ Therapeutic Riding (TR) is run by three amazingly talented women: Jessica Simpson (ESMHL), Programs Manager; Maggie Jackson (CTRI), Head Therapeutic Riding Instructor; and Taylor Polito (CTRI), Equestrian Assistant. The program is held to high standards set by PATH International. Abiding by these standards, the TR team comes up with their own lesson plans to implement.[Read more…] about Therapeutic Riding|Behind the Scenes
The EAAT team created the Madison Fields Coloring Book to keep our families connected during this time that we have to spend away from the farm . Each coloring page is a highlight on the farm. On every page, there is also a short description of what’s happening in the picture.
The coloring book is used for print-and-color. We hope that you and your loved ones have a wonderful time coloring some of our brightest memories.
A BIG congratulations to Madison Fields’ PATH International Instructor Training Candidates: Taylor Polito and Aureanna Hakenson! Both Taylor and Aure recently completed the required PATH Intl. Registered Instructor Workshop and passed their teaching and riding evaluations![Read more…] about Certified Therapeutic Riding Instructors