This past semester, interior design students continued working on an ongoing Immersive Learning project with the Children’s TherAplay Foundation to help redesign their hippotherapy center.
Based in Carmel, Indiana, Children’s TherAplay is a nonprofit that provides physical and occupational therapy using horseback riding. They help children with different diagnoses, such as cerebral palsy, down syndrome, autism spectrum disorders, traumatic brain injury, and developmental delay.
Children’s TherAplay was founded in 2001 by alumnus Craig Dobbs, ’86, of Graystone Consulting. The organization has partnered with Ball State through the Immersive Learning project for the last four years.
The Ball State students involved in this project are helping redesign the TherAplay facility and creating…