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  1. Hoofbeats For Hope

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    This experience has multiple opportunities for students to increase physical, social and communication skills. Students develop muscle strength, balance and coordination while riding.  The thrill of riding a horse is an accomplishment that is immeasurable to students who have difficulty...

  2. Creative Supports Ranch

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    CS Ranch was opened in 2010 as an equine program designed specifically to serve high risk adults with intellectual and physical disabilities.  We strive for the highest standards for our riders, facility, and ourselves. As such, we are a member center with the Professional Association of...

  3. Preliminary evidence is promising, but challenges remain in providing service dogs to veterans: Commentary on preliminary efficacy of service dogs as a complementary treatment for posttraumatic stress disorder in military members and veterans (O'Hair

    | Contributor(s):: Stumbo, S. P., Yarborough, B. J. H.

  4. A qualitative assessment of a dog program for youth offenders in an adult prison

    | Contributor(s):: Smith, H. P., Smith, H.

  5. Training Dogs to Feel Good: Embodying Well-being in Multispecies Relations

    | Contributor(s):: Porter, N.

  6. Easing anxiety in preparation for pediatric magnetic resonance imaging: a pilot study using animal-assisted therapy

    | Contributor(s):: Perez, M., Cuscaden, C., Somers, J. F., Simms, N., Shaheed, S., Kehoe, L. A., Holowka, S. A., Aziza, A. A., Shroff, M. M., Greer, M. C.

  7. Engagement in elderly persons with dementia attending animal-assisted group activity

    | Contributor(s):: Olsen, C., Pedersen, I., Bergland, A., Enders-Slegers, M. J., Ihlebaek, C.

  8. Effect of Animal-Assisted Therapy on Patients in the Department of Long-Term Care: A Pilot Study

    | Contributor(s):: Machova, K., Prochazkova, R., Eretova, P., Svobodova, I., Kotik, I.

  9. [Non-pharmacological therapies and neuropsychological disorders in institutions]

    | Contributor(s):: Hedont, S., Le Guillou, A., Letty, A., Denormandie, P., Sanchez, S.

  10. Animal-assisted therapy for schizophrenia and related disorders: A systematic review

    | Contributor(s):: Hawkins, E. L., Hawkins, R. D., Dennis, M., Williams, J. M., Lawrie, S. M.

  11. Pet Therapy: Helping Patients Cope

    | Contributor(s):: Gertz, A., Rabinowitz, P. M.

    2017Am Fam Physician9674640002-838xengtext

  12. Veterans transitioning from isolation to integration: a look at veteran/service dog partnerships

    | Contributor(s):: Crowe, T. K., Sanchez, V., Howard, A., Western, B., Barger, S.

  13. Traumatic pet loss and the integration of attachment-based animal assisted therapy

    | Contributor(s):: Compitus, Katherine

  14. Effects of Animal-Assisted Activity on Mood States and Feelings in a Psychiatric Setting

    | Contributor(s):: Brown, S., Snelders, J., Godbold, J., Moran-Peters, J., Driscoll, D., Donoghue, D., Mathew, L., Eckardt, S.

  15. Coffee Creek Riding Center

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    Coffee Creek Riding Center helps children with disabilities gain strength, coordination, balance, and self image utilizing the horse as a motivator in therapeutic riding classes.

  16. C-Bar Horsemanship

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    C-Bar Horsemanship Therapeutic Riding Center (TRC) is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, and it is our purpose and mission to make a significant difference in the lives of others one step at a time. We accomplish this through educational and therapeutic horsemanship programs that are offered to...

  17. Patricia Kaufman

    http://habricentral.org/members/4877

  18. All-Star Therapy Group

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    Bob Burnett began his work in therapeutic riding in 1988 in Bartlesville. In 1997 Bob left the Bartlesville organization and started All-star Therapy Group. By 1999 All-star was operating several days per week with about 75 riders, one instructor (Bob), Alice and the kids, and several close...

  19. Central Illinois Riding Therapy (CIRT)

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    CIRT is a non-profit organization serving children, teens & adults (including U.S. Veterans) with mental, physical, emotional & behavioral disabilities, from Tazewell and surrounding counties, in a therapeutic comprehensive and recreational horseback riding program.

  20. TR 4 Heart & Soul

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    Our 501c3 non-profit corporation, seeks to improve the quality of life, both physically and emotionally of adults and children with disabilities, learning, speech, and behavioral challenges through the heart and soul of a horse utilizing therapeutic riding.