Christy Henderson, RideABILITY Director, just returned from attending the NARHA Region V conference at Special Equestrians Therapeutic Riding Center near Birmingham. Having these conference opportunities is just one of the many good reasons that RideABILITY has chosen to be a NARHA Member Center. Session topics included how to develop and use a sensory trail, behavior management techniques for the autistic population, hoof anatomy & care, teaching the low-functioning rider, teaching hearing or vision impaired riders, managing the aging horse and many others. There was a great reining demonstration, dizzying spins and sliding stops included! Networking with people from other centers is always inspiring as well!