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Horses are Worth More Than Riches: Parental Perceptions of the Relationship Between Equine Assisted Activities/Therapy and Listening and Spoken Language

By Kelsey M. Large

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Abstract

The purpose of this study was to determine parental perceptions of the impact of Equine Assisted Activities and Therapy (EAAT) on the listening and spoken language skills of children who are deaf or hard of hearing (DHH). Parents of children who are DHH and communicate through listening and spoken language completed an online survey pertaining to their child’s hearing loss, their involvement with EAAT, and the impact that the parents felt EAAT had on their children. The results of this study indicated that parents observed a positive impact on their children’s listening and spoken language due to their involvement with EAAT.

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Mason N McLary

HABRI Central

Date 2016
Publisher The College of Wooster
Location of Publication Wooster, Ohio
Department Communication
URL http://openworks.wooster.edu/independentstudy/7211/
Language English
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Researchers should cite this work as follows:

  • Kelsey M. Large (2017), "Horses are Worth More Than Riches: Parental Perceptions of the Relationship Between Equine Assisted Activities/Therapy and Listening and Spoken Language," https://habricentral.org/resources/61333.

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  1. Animal-assisted activities
  2. Animal-assisted therapies
  3. Animal roles
  4. Animals in culture
  5. Children
  6. Deafness
  7. Equine-assisted activities
  8. Health
  9. Hearing impairment
  10. Horses
  11. Languages
  12. Mammals
  13. Pet ownership
  14. Pets and companion animals
  15. Physical environment
  16. Service animals
  17. Social Environments