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Hippotherapy Helps Special Needs, Disabled Americansi
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February 24, 2014 4:27 PM
Special needs, or disabled Americans, have access to a variety of rehabilitative therapies. In occupational therapy, patients strive to accomplish everyday activities. Arash Arabasadi spent a day at a farm in Maryland that changes lives by using horses in what’s called “hippotherapy.”

Hippotherapy Helps Special Needs, Disabled Americans

Published February 24, 2014

Special needs, or disabled Americans, have access to a variety of rehabilitative therapies. In occupational therapy, patients strive to accomplish everyday activities. Arash Arabasadi spent a day at a farm in Maryland that changes lives by using horses in what’s called “hippotherapy.”


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