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Title:VPLIV TERAPIJ S POMOČJO KONJA NA OTROKE Z MOTNJAMI V RAZVOJU
Authors:Žvikart, Marjeta (Author)
Marinšek, Miha (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
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Language:Slovenian
Work type:Undergraduate thesis (m5)
Organization:PEF - Faculty of Education
Abstract:Konj izžareva moč, ponos, spoštovanje, sprejema nas take, kot smo. Z vsakim človekom je pripravljen sodelovati in ga vzljubiti. Tako so se ustanovile terapije s pomočjo jahanja, kjer se lahko otroci z motnjami v razvoju naučijo sodelovati s konjem, se z njim povežejo, mu zaupajo in se s pomočjo vodenih terapij hitreje in bolje razvijajo. Prav zaradi zgoraj navedenih razlogov sem se tudi sama odločila opazovati terapije s pomočjo konja (TPK). Tri mesece sem se enkrat na teden srečevala z deklico, ki ima cerebralno paralizo, in dečkom z Downovim sindromom. Sestavila sem lastne kriterije, po katerih sem ocenjevala njun napredek na motoričnem in psihosocialnem področju. Staršem, terapevtki in vodički konja sem razdelila ankete, tako da sem pridobila podatke o predhodnih terapijah in njihovo mnenje o TPK. V svojem diplomskem delu sem ugotovila pozitivne učinke na obeh področjih. S konstantnimi vajami, ki smo jih izvajali, se je pri obeh otrocih izboljšalo ravnotežje, postala sta gibčnejša, razvila se je tudi koordinacija oko–roka. Tako sta sčasoma lažje zajahala in razjahala konja ter vsakič bolje izvajala dane naloge. Zravnala se jima je tudi hrbtenica. Zaupanje do konja sta prenašala tudi na druge ljudi, prav tako name, postala sta tudi komunikativnejša. Ugotovila sem, da so anketiranci s TPK zadovoljni, menijo celo, da bi jih bilo potrebno izvajati večkrat tedensko. Vsi se strinjajo, da pozitivno vplivajo na otroke in da so vidni pozitivni učinki na več področjih.
Keywords:Ključne besede: konj, TPK – terapije s pomočjo konja, hipoterapija, specialno pedagoško jahanje, športno-rekreativno jahanje, gibalni in psihosocialni razvoj, otroci z motnjami v razvoju.
Year of publishing:2011
Publisher:[M. Žvikart]
Source:Maribor
UDC:796(043.2)
COBISS_ID:18602248 Link is opened in a new window
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:DGXBAUZC
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Language:English
Title:INFLUENCE OF EQUINE ASSISTED THERAPY ON CHILDREN WITH DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES
Abstract:Horses emanate power, pride and respect, they accept us the way we are. They are ready to cooperate with and grow fond of anyone. Thus the equine assisted therapies were developed where the children with developmental disabilities learn to cooperate with a horse, connect with him and trust him, moreover, they develop faster and better with the help of the therapies. For these reasons I decided to study the equine assisted therapies (EAT). Once a week for three months I was meeting a girl with cerebral palsy and a boy with Down's syndrome. I created my own criteria for the evaluation of their improvements of motor and psychosocial skills. I distributed questionnaires to their parents, therapist and a horse leader to obtain data on the previous therapies and their opinion of EAT. My study revealed positive effects in all areas. Through constant exercises that we performed both children improved their balance, they became more agile and developed hand-eye coordination. Eventually it was easier for them to mount and dismount a horse, each time they improved their performance of the exercises. Their spine became less slouching and their trust in horses was spread to other people, including me, they even became more communicative. I concluded that people are satisfied with EAT, they even think that the therapies should be carried out several times a week. They all agree that therapies have positive effects on children and that positive effects are seen in many areas.
Keywords:horse, EAT – equine assisted therapies, hippo therapy, riding as special pedagogical activity, recreational riding, development of motor and psychosocial skills, children with developmental disabilities.


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