A teenage girl from #Westerham with autism, who was never expected to speak or walk, is now doing both after spending time with horses. Tiffany Heath said nothing until she was eight years old. She began to make clicking sounds to communicate with horses which very gradually turned into speech.Posted by BBC South East Today on Wednesday, February 24, 2016
"It has been clinically
documented that just being around horses changes human brainwave patterns. We
calm down and become more centred and focused when we are with horses,",
"Horses are naturally empathetic. The members of the herd feel what is going on
for the other members of the herd."