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Autor/in:

Maurer-Karattup, Petra


Herausgeber/in:

hw-studio weber


Quelle:

Not, 2016, 25. Jahrgang (Heft 1), Seite 24-25, Leimersheim: hw-studio weber, ISSN: 1616-2234


Jahr:

2016



Abstract:


Schwere Schädigungen in tiefen Hirnregionen können zu umfassenden Lähmungen bei gleichzeitiger Intaktheit kognitiver Funktionen (Locked-In-Syndrom) führen. In diesem Zustand leiden Patienten meist sehr unter dem Kommunikationsverlust mit ihrer Umwelt. Computer können hier helfen, Kommunikation wieder herzustellen und damit einen Beitrag zum Aufbau von Therapiemotivation zu leisten.


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Englisches Abstract:

Concepts of long-term aftercare for children after traumatic brain injury


Abstract:


This paper considers the suboptimal long-term life situation of pediatric patients after acquired traumatic brain injury (ATBI). It presents possible ways to realize the recommendations of the BAR for the long-term aftercare of neurologic patients for this specific population. Traumatic brain injury each year hits numerous children and adolescents and can lead to fundamental changes in the lives of these patients and their families. Whereas acute care is well organized in a highly effective way, the social system does not provide an integrated concept to coordinate the services of different health disciplines, health care providers and insurances.

Especially in children and youths with moderate or mild ATBI, possible consequences are often trivialized and in the course of time emerging symptoms are attributed to pedagogic, psychosocial or environmental factors, rather than being interpreted in the context of brain injury and development. This makes the information of the general public about the implications of ATBI for children and adolescents and their families an important issue. The 'Bundesverband Kinderneurologie-Hilfe e.V.' is offering case management for families with young members who are forced to find new ways of life due to early ATBI. Established in several locations throughout Germany, this offer is easily accessible, independent, and free of charge and tailored to individual needs. Financing is provided by donations and voluntary contributions.


In order to facilitate a qualified, independent case management with specific counseling functions there is an urgent need for sustainable funding as a politically appropriate measure, which would allow the implementation


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Referenznummer:

R/ZS0113/0056


Informationsstand: 26.04.2016

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