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Highlights of the HETI conference included 8 Presentations on both the value of Equine Facilitated Programmes to people and the management of equine welfare as part of Equine Facilitated Programmes.

Human and Horse Interaction

As part of a Masters Degree Programme in Sociology, Roisin Brennan explored the interactions between human and horses during and Equine Facilitated Programme
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Equine Retaining Project

Jill Carey shared the findings of her study which examined the results of an equine retraining project using equitation science principles
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HETI 2015 Dance Performance

The HETI 2018 Team performed a special piece of Irish dancing at the Bye Bye Party of HETI 2015 in Taiwan.
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Impact of Bitted Bridles

Clodagh Carey spoke about the impact of bitted bridles for ponies as part of Therapeutic Riding
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Need for Back Maintenance

Polly Cassidy examined the need for back maintenance for the Therapeutic Riding Horse
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Different Theoretical Frameworks

Leda Connaughton presented a study the potential of different theoretical frameworks which help to provide some understanding of equine facilitated programmes for young people with different learning styles
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Equine Retirement Project

Jacqueline Joynt explored the value of an equine retirement project amongst adults currently attending an Adult Day Service
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Therapeutic Riding Programme

Jill Carey outlined how a group of people in the remote area of the west of Ireland went about setting up a Therapeutic Riding Programme
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Emotional Wellbeing in DEIS schools

Siofra Hayes-Moriarty compared the social and emotional well-being of young people attending DEIS Schools before and after attending an Equine Facilitated Education Programme
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