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Hello and welcome to by Udemy Course on Equine Assisted OT within a Horse Environment (hippotherapy)!
In this course you will learn about the implementation of hippotherapy (a therapy tool) utilized in combination with traditional therapy tools by Occupational Therapists, Physical Therapists and Speech Language Pathologists. My hope for this course is to provide an introduction into this niche area of practice for the professions of OT, PT and SLP. Hippotherapy is under utilized by these 3 professions and it is my goal to advocate for the benefits this therapy tool has to offer by increasing the overall engagement and interest in this field! This Udemy course contains lectures, short educational videos, and resources created throughout this capstone experience. The attached resources are downloadable for convenience and to further support your learning. At the end of these presentation, you will be able to find APA citations for all of the research utilized to help make this Udemy course possible. All photo and video consent is held by A Horse Connection, Nancy King.
Thank you for taking the time to review this course and I hope you find it educational! Feel free to message the instructor with any questions you may have.
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I am a current occupational therapy doctorate student at Drake University and will be graduating May of 2022. This Udemy course is a dissemination of my doctoral capstone project that was completed at A Horse Connection in Wake Forest (surrounding areas), North Carolina. My primary interest areas within occupational therapy are; geriatrics, mental health, yoga and hippotherapy.
Nice overview of Equine Assisted Occupational Therapy
antastic! Congratulations on the concise, organized and synthetic way in which you conveyed your process of building knowledge in the area of Horse Assisted Intervention. The information provided was extremely rich, namely in terms of models and assessment tools. I wish you the greatest success as a professional.