Frequently Asked Questions

Who can attend
We developed this workshop for any parent that would like to improve their communication with their child or children regardless of the age or development stage. What you’ll learn translates beautifully to both a child with special needs and a normally developing child. Also, we welcome with open arms educators, specialists and care givers who want to experience a shift in the way you communicate with your students or children you care for or couples planning to start a family.

Is there a discount for more than one person?
If you would like to attend with a friend or co-parent, we do offer a discount. Please email Diane directly for discounts for groups of two or more.

What to wear
It is best to dress in jeans and comfortable clothing that you don’t mind getting a little dirty. You may want to check the weather before your trip but it often gets a little chilly in the mornings and then warms up in the afternoon so layers are best. Comfortable closed-toed shoes like tennis shoes or boots is also preferred. No open toed shoes!!!

What to bring
A hat, sunglasses and sunscreen are a good idea since we will be outdoors when working with the horses.

We will provide
Workbooks, note pads and pens
An ice chest if you need to keep anything cool
AND lots of playful learning and fun with horses!!

All of the exercises and interactions with the horses will take place on the ground. There will not be any horse riding during the workshop.

Payment and refund policy
Payment and refund policy will be handled by After Autism.

Deposit to hold your spot: $200

Policy for the deposit: Once we receive 8 deposits we will send you an invoice for the remaining amount.  The cut-off date will be 30 days prior to the scheduled event date.  If we do not receive 8 deposits by that cut-off date we will refund your $200 payment in full.  If you decide anytime before the cut-off date not to attend your deposit if fully refundable.  No deposit refunds within 30-days of the event.

More questions?
Please email Diane with further questions at

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