Evaluation of assistance in the Riding Therapy Centers of a city in the central region of Rio Grande do Sul- Brazil

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https://doi.org/10.31686/ijier.vol8.iss2.2180

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Education, Rehabilitation, Intellectual Disability, biopsychosocial

Abstract

Throughout the development of the sciences and in search of an answer to disturbing questions, professionals from different areas of knowledge, mainly health, sought and seek alternatives to assist in the treatment of different diseases and limitations, which affects individuals, causing irreversible biopsychosocial damage. In this view, and in order to assist in the treatment, Equine Therapy has been discovered as a therapeutic resource, a therapeutic and educational method that uses the horse from an interdisciplinary approach between the areas of health and education. Thus, this study aims to analyze the Riding Therapy Centers of Santa Maria, in the central region of Rio Grande do Sul, aiming to evaluate the services according to the ANDE-BRASIL norms in the biopsychosocial development of people with intellectual needs. For this, a survey was carried out with questionnaires and observations in three Riding Therapy centers in the city of Santa Maria - RS, between May and June 2019, realizing that riding therapy develops the inclusion and improves the practitioner's biopsychosocial aspects in a mediating and complementary way. treatment proposed by conventional medicine, since this therapy offers a variety of stimuli: visual, auditory, olfactory, tactile and kinesthetic. It is concluded, therefore, that hippotherapy, not only benefits people with intellectual needs, but several pathologies, being difficult to focus its benefits only in one pathology, since, it benefits the global development, both of the patient, and of the team involved, bringing a improvement for patient, family and community involved.

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Author Biography

Carine Nascimento da Silva, Universidade de Cruz Alta

Master of the Postgraduate Program (PPG) in Sociocultural Practices and Social Development, University of Cruz Alta (UNICRUZ). CAPES scholarship holder. Graduation in Physiotherapy - UNICRUZ, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil.

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01-02-2020

How to Cite

Silva, C. N. da, Vieira, C. K., Hoffmeister, J. A. M. ., Lamaison, M. E. ., & Peranzoni, V. C. . (2020). Evaluation of assistance in the Riding Therapy Centers of a city in the central region of Rio Grande do Sul- Brazil. International Journal for Innovation Education and Research, 8(2), 151–159. https://doi.org/10.31686/ijier.vol8.iss2.2180

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