Tuesday, April 23, 2013
Occupational therapist Sarah Niwa, left, works with Mia Beatty, 7, and volunteer Diane Johnson during a "hippotherapy" horseback riding session at Little Bit Therapeutic Riding Center in Redmond. Mia Beatty has cerebral palsy. Her mother Christine Beatty says her daughter was once unable to sit up on her own, but now only needs minimal support while riding. "Just to see her settled and strong is the most amazing change in Mia," Christine Beatty said.
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