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You’d never know Evan entered this world a pretty shy guy. A lot of his frustration early on stemmed from communication struggles. At that time we didn’t yet understand how important non verbal communication was for autistic and sensory integration disorder kids, but his four legged friends at HORSEPOWER did. It gave him a bridge for exponential growth.


He’s worked hard and had so much fun. Now he’s the life of the party. These days you’ll find him in the ring chatting away with all his two and four legged friends while simultaneously following instructions, sitting tall and proud, and challenging his sensory overload in a safe and controlled manner. And if you’re lucky, he’ll give you a presidential nickname the next time you stop by.


Evan and Trader

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