1 comments:In reference to the video about the study at Washington University
Post a CommentYes, by calling it "horse therapy" it makes it sound like they are treating the horse rather than providing OT. PT or SL therapy. They used the term "hippotherapy" at the beginning and at the end of the piece and "equine therapy" a few times during it, as well as using the term "horse therapy" several times. They probably thought that they were making it easier to follow by using these terms but unfortunately, I think that made it more confusing for people unfamiliar with equine assisted therapies to understand the differences.