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    Committee for Disabled Students attends Horse Boy Trip

    In the beginning of January 2017, the Committee for Disabled Students went to Elgin, Texas to learn more about the Horse Boy Foundation, which offers services to autism families. Rupert Isaacson, the founder of the Horse Boy Foundation, taught Queens College students techniques that cater to the needs of children with autism, ADD, and ADHD, which can help their family members as well.   The Horse Boy Foundation began in 2007 with the purpose of bringing healing effects with the use of horses, movement, nature, and community to autism families, at risk youth, veterans with PSD, children and adults with ADD/ADHD, anxiety, chronic pain, and all related pain for free.…