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Dog-assisted therapy for residents of long-term care facilities: An evidence-based review with implications for occupational therapy

By Joseph Cipriani, Marisa Cooper, Nicole M. DiGiovanni, Alexandria Litchkofski, Andrea Lynn Nichols, Ashleigh Ramsey

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Publication Title Physical & Occupational Therapy in Geriatrics
Volume 31
Issue 3
Pages 214-240
ISBN/ISSN 0270-31811541-3152
Publisher Informa Healthcare
Author Address Cipriani, Joseph, Misericordia University, Occupational Therapy, 301 Lake St., Dallas, PA, US, 18612
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  • Cipriani, Joseph; Cooper, Marisa; DiGiovanni, Nicole M.; Litchkofski, Alexandria; Nichols, Andrea Lynn; Ramsey, Ashleigh (2014), "Dog-assisted therapy for residents of long-term care facilities: An evidence-based review with implications for occupational therapy," https://habricentral.org/resources/41534.

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  1. Animal-assisted therapies
  2. Long Term Care
  3. Long-term care facilities
  4. Occupational Therapy
  5. Quality of life
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