2016 April Newsletter



Happenings and Updates

PATH Region 2 Conference, University of MD College Park

A few weekends ago, we had the privilege to present at the PATH conference for two sessions. Presentation one was on hybrid programming between a non-profit and outpatient practice. We shared about our collaboration with TRRC to create a unique therapeutic environment and private practice that brings mutual benefit to all. Presentation two (pictured above) was on our integrated treatment plan, discussing the benefits of blending the clinical setting with the farm environment. Both presentations were well received, as we are the only practice in the area utilizing this framework. It was an amazing opportunity for us to share our innovative approach with others, educate on the resources and challenges we’ve met along the way, and further our professional networking across the Chesapeake area. What an awesome way to see the positive change we are making and the way we are inspiring our colleagues!

~Katie and Alysa

Raise a glass to raise the roof…

A HUGE thank you to all who came out to Waredaca Brewery, Thursday, March 10th to support us in our efforts to raise funds for a new therapy arena this year. As we continue to grow, we want to be able to provide the best for our clients through offering a highly customized and unique experience for each of our clients. Pictured above — Katie, Helen, Alysa, and John (left to right) pose for a end-of-the-evening photo. Stay tuned for more opportunities to support TRRC and URS in this collaborative endeavor. Cheers!

T-Shirt Preorder

Unbridled Rehabilitation Services shirts coming soon. Preorder your t-shirts via email alysa@unbridledrehab.com, $10 per shirt. Please specify a size and style.

  • Youth: S, M, L
  • Adult: S, M, L, XL, ($12 for XXL)
  • Styles: Standard cut (crew neck or v-neck), Women’s cut (crew neck or v-neck) $11

Summer Scheduling

Please contact the office if you have schedule adjustments for the spring/summer. Also, just a reminder to let us know in as much advance as possible when you will be away for vacations so we can schedule accordingly.

“There are so many people out there who will tell you that you can’t. What you’ve got to do is turn around and say ‘watch me.'”

Summer camp 2016


Times: 9am-12pm
Three 5-day sessions offered at $300/session:

  • June 20-24
  • August 8-12
  • August 15-19


Strider Bike Camps

Times: 3:30-4:30
Saturdays at TRRC:

  • April 16
  • April 23
  • April 30
  • May 7

Sundays at Merritt Athletic Club:

  • April 17
  • April 24
  • May 1
  • May 8


Upcoming Events

In lieu of the poor weather forecast for this coming Saturday, April 9th, our Spring Fling event at TRRC is postponed to Saturday, May 7th 4:00 – 6:00pm. All are welcome, so bring your friends and family!! A $5 donation per family is encouraged.

Activity Schedule:
4:00-4:30 – Horse shoe hunt #1
4:30-5:30 – Hayrides
5:30-6:00 – Horse shoe hunt #2

Alternative activities available including crafts and games for all ages.


Hillary Scott, MS, CCC-SLP

Hillary is a Maryland state licensed and nationally certified Speech Language Pathologist. She received her Bachelors of Science degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders at James Madison University, and her Masters of Science degree in Speech-Language Pathology at the University of Tennessee. She now holds a Certificate of Clinical Competency (CCC) from the American Speech Language and Hearing Association. Hillary has had experience working with a wide range of clients across multiple settings including schools, hospitals, and private clinics. Coming from a horsemanship background, she is ecstatic to be able to combine her love for horses with her passion for helping children to improve their ability to communicate. The farm setting helps to create a fun and motivating environment for children to learn and express themselves! Originally coming to TRRC as a volunteer with the Special Olympics, Hillary is thrilled to now be a member of the Unbridled Rehabilitation Services staff.

Activity of the Month

Ingredients needed:

  • Corn starch
  • Baking soda (optional)
  • Water
  • Liquid watercolors or food coloring (watercolors produce much more vibrant chalk)
  • Ice Cube Trays or Similar
  • Spray bottle
  • Vinegar
  • Paint brushes

Ice chalk is very easy to make. Fill each ice cube slot with roughly 30% baking soda and 40% corn starch. Then add a couple drops of liquid watercolor paint and fill the tray the rest of the way with water.  Gently mix, and then pop your trays in the freezer for 4-6 hours. You can also skip the baking soda and just make regular ice chalk; however, baking soda makes it much more fun!

Head outside with ice chalk, a couple spray bottles of vinegar, and paint brushes, and have a BLAST! As you spray the ice chalk with vinegar it erupts with color, and creates beautiful art effects!

Contact Info: 3750-A Shady Lane Glenwood, MD 21738
Phone: (410) 970-2400
Fax: (410) 774-4090
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