Equine-Assisted Therapy’s Affect on Social Skills and Attention among School Age Children Joanne Gamache University of Puget Sound December 6, 2004 Introduction



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Implications for Consumers:

  • Lack of evidence-based research may limit further development and improvement of therapeutic riding programs.

  • The limited amount of research available to practitioners may discourage them from referring patients to equine-assisted therapy programs thereby limiting patients’ access to the benefits of such programs.

  • Consumers should know equine-assisted therapy has limited research regarding specific methodologies of treatment activities.

  • Equine-assisted therapy may not be covered by insurance companies.





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