Riding on the Autism Spectrum: How Horses Open New Doors for Children with ASD: One Teacher's Experiences Using EAAT to Instill Confidence and Promote Independence
Trafalgar Square Books, 1 août 2012 - 188 pages
"An examination of autism, its characteristics, and how working with horses (equine-assisted activities and therapies) can help those with autism gain independence, confidence, and means of communication"--
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