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dc.contributor.authorStirbys, Vytautas-
dc.contributor.authorGurskienė, Ernesta-
dc.contributor.authorŠikšniuvienė, Iveta-
dc.contributor.authorGrigonytė, Laimutė Vida-
dc.descriptionISBN 978-9955-27-489-6 (online)-
dc.description.abstractProblem Animal Assisted Therapy are used in different countries worldwide. With continuous expansion of this method, there are more and more canistherapeutic experiences, scientific researches, and the public knowledge of canistherapy is gradually increasing as well. But lack of uniformity of the terminology used and differences of the methods used in work with clients can be seen from different author works at scientific level. The study was done in Child Welfare Center “Shelter”, Kaunas, in cooperation with , Canitherapy Assistance Center. Investigate 4-6 years old children living in foster care (5.25 (4; 6) years). Classes held once a week, 10 minutes for every child. Research aim: Estimate canitherapy effect of hyperactive children's fine motor. Method The more precise excision circle, within the shortest possible time. Drawing vertical lines within 15 seconds. Purdue pegboard test. The test administrator compile 5 separate scores from the complete test procedure, one for each test battery: 1. Right Hand (30 seconds); 2. Left Hand (30 seconds); 3. Both Hands (30 seconds); 4. Assembly (60 seconds). The data analysis was used SPSS 22.0 software. As a small sampling, quantitative data validation was applied ordinal parameters used Friedman test data are presented as median (min., max.). Differences at p <0.05 was considered as statistically significant. Results Fine motor assessment results were as follows: Circular cut before canitherapy application – 31.65 (19.5;145.0) sec., after 10 sessions of canitherapy circular cutting – 28.65 (18.0;116.0). Not determined significant change (p= 0.097). Drawing vertical lines before was – 6 (3;10) in/15 sec., after – 10 (5;15) in/15 sec. Preset significant improvement after 10 canitherapy activities (p=0.001). Purdue pegboard test left hand before – 11 (9;14) pcs., after - 13 (10;16) pcs.). Observed a significant improvement (p=0.001). Purdue pegboard test right [...]en
dc.description.sponsorshipKaniterapinės pagalbos centras-
dc.description.sponsorshipLietuvos sveikatos mokslų universitetas-
dc.description.sponsorshipSporto medicinos klinika-
dc.description.sponsorshipVaikų gerovės centras "Pastogė"-
dc.format.extentp. 45-45-
dc.relation.ispartofHealth, Environment and Sustainable Development: Interdisciplinary Approach - HESDIA 2016 [International conference : September 21-23, 2016, Kaunas] : abstract book / Kauno Kolegija/University of Applied Sciences. Faculty of Medicine. Kaunas : Kauno kolegija/University of Applied Sciences, 2016-
dc.subjectAttention deficit disorder with hyperactivityen
dc.subjectAnimal assisted therapyen
dc.subject.classificationTezės kituose recenzuojamuose leidiniuose / Theses in other peer-reviewed publications (T1e)-
dc.subject.otherSlauga / Nursing (M005)-
dc.subject.otherEdukologija / Education (S007)-
dc.titleCanitherapy effect of hyperactive children's fine motoren
dc.typeconference paper-
item.fulltextNo Fulltext- sveikatos mokslų universitetas- medicinos klinika-
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