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"Look Mum, no hands!": the effects of increasing opportunities for choice-making and independence for children with disabilities when using a Riding for the Disabled programme.
Contributor(s):: Bingham, Amie Olga
"Pet therapy" : a study and resource guide for the use of companion animals in selected therapies
Contributor(s):: Arkow, Phil
A passion for hippotherapy... June issue of PT Magazine "Passions for the Profession"
Contributor(s):: Vreeland-Long, L.
A simulation study of the effect of therapeutic horseback riding : a logistic regression approach
Contributor(s):: Jeanette Pauw
Therapeutic horseback riding (THR) uses the horse as a therapeutic apparatus in physical and psychological therapy. This dissertation suggests a more appropriate technique for measuring the effect of THR. A research survey of the statistical methods used to determine the effect of THR was...
Accrediting the Therapeutic Riding Industry
Contributor(s):: Kelsey Lynch, Shannon Thieme, Julie M. Fagan
Therapeutic horseback riding is used for people with many disabilities through out the country. However, these programs can be quite expensive for the families of the participants. Many programs are not funded and since they are not covered by insurances, most families have to pay out of pocket....
An evaluation of an animal-assisted therapy program in an adult inpatient hospital rehabilitation unit
Contributor(s):: Markovich, Kristen M.
Animal assisted therapy Part 1: Physical therapy and rehabilitation
Contributor(s):: Reynolds, A.
Animal-Assisted Therapy (AAT) as a therapeutic resource
Contributor(s):: Dornelas, K. C. A., Dornelas, O. A. A., Vieira, F. de T.
The interaction between humans and animals is being examined by the scientific community because the evidence of improved quality of life, especially in cases of therapeutic asylum or sick people. The colleges are the privileged space for the AAT as a therapeutic resource to be analyzed. To learn...
Animal-assisted therapy services for adult cancer patients: A grant proposal
Contributor(s):: Moorhouse, Julia
Bit By Bit Therapy
Bit-By-Bit is both an American Hippotherapy Association Registered Facility and a PATH (Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship International) Accredited Therapeutic Riding Center specializing in speech, occupational and physical therapies. Bit by Bit is made up of a team of 15-20...
Cause of active motor function by passive movement
| Contributor(s):: Kitagawa, T., Takeuchi, T., Shinomiya, Y., Ishida, K., Shuoyu, W., Kimura, T.
Chastain Horse Park
Chastain Horse Park provides community members with riding lessons, horse boarding, and equine-assisted therapy programs.
Describing Animal-Assisted Therapy within the occupational therapy profession
| Contributor(s):: Medalion, Leeat
Disability, Riding, and Identity: A Qualitative Study on the Influence of Riding on the Identity Construction of People with Disabilities
| Contributor(s):: Lundquist Wanneberg, Pia
Does hippotherapy effect use of sensory information for balance in people with multiple sclerosis?
| Contributor(s):: Lindroth, J. L.
Dog attack: Physical trauma with associated brain injury
| Contributor(s):: Apps, Jennifer Niskala
Effect of hippotherapy on perceived self-competence and participation in a child with cerebral palsy
| Contributor(s):: Frank, A., McCloskey, S., Dole, R. L.
Effects of hippotherapy on people with cerebral palsy from the users' perspective: a qualitative study
| Contributor(s):: Debuse, D., Gibb, C., Chandler, C.
Elephant in the room: animal assisted interventions
| Contributor(s):: Ratschen, E., Sheldon, T. A.
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Emotional benefits of dog ownership: Impact of the presence of a pet dog on owners' responses to negative mood induction
| Contributor(s):: Beals, Eve E.