Camps are open to all abilities!
We strive to make sure our camps are full! However, at times, there are low enrollment numbers resulting in some camps that may be subjected to be cancelled if the minimum enrollment number is not reached. The camp contacts will reach out to each parent to notify them of the camp's status as soon as numbers for each camp are finalized.
Camp Cancellation: HOEL reserves the right to cancel camps with less than 3 students, depending on enrollment requirements. Occasionally, classes combine ability levels to stay open.
Make-Up Policy: HOEL does not offer makeups for missed classes due to limited class availability. There are no credits or refunds for missed classes.
Our 2023 camps have ended. Check back soon for spring camps!
The House of Everyday Learning groups and professional services are provided to families in our community and beyond. This is made possible with facilitation of these programs through Beyond Boundaries Therapy.
The community outreach free screenings typically take place off-site on the Mobile Therapy Unit.
Therapy with use of Equine Movement
The House of Everyday Learning provides scholarships for the hippotherapy program in partnership with Bison Strides (NDSU). This is made possible with Beyond Boundaries Therapists using evidence-based practices and clinical reasoning to purposely manipulate the movement of the horse to engage the client’s sensory, neuromotor and cognitive systems to achieve functional outcomes (American Hippotherapy Association, 2020).
Clients must be at least 2 years old and have no contraindications for mounted equine movement.
Resource Lending Library
This program will provide families and professionals accessibility to up-to-date resources and materials free of charge on a lending basis.