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Betto A
Francesco, age 9, motor disability: improving independence at home and school integration
Portale SIVA Fondazione Don Carlo Gnocchi Onlus
(text automatically translated from Italian) Francesco is a child like many, its one family like many. I have chosen like protagonist of this work because in spite of the heavy diagnosis that accompanies it and that it could make to think next to the uselessness of whichever objective, he demonstrates as it is important in its comparisons that all the been involved persons continue to think next to the realization of participations that help the family in the daily fatigues and that they favor in he emerging of the residual abilities to interact with the surrounding environment and the others. Through the reconstruction of the which trod route ***dalla the family and you give many operating ones been involved, through the directory of the solutions that have been adopted, catches a glimpse itself as it is possible to influence positively on the personal lived ones and the motivations that help to search with stubborness of the result that for how many small can change the own vision of the future life. A postural wheelchair that beyond to ***offrirgli a comfortable position allow it to explore with the look and to observe the surrounding space, a walker that facilitates it in the exploration of the environment, a studied project in order to eliminate the architectural barriers of the room, a chair from shower that renders to the mother the treatment of its person less hard, a chair and a table that allows it to be seated to school like the other companions are assistive devices of simple ***reperibilità tu that are found important in order to catch up common objectives of life to all we.
Year of publication: 2005
Type of document: Case studies/experiences
Last update: May 2013
Colantoni M F
Bruna, 60 years old. Autonomy in daily life for a person with mental retardation
Portale SIVA FondazioneDon Carlo Gnocchi
It was 1959 when Bruna, at that time only 10 years old, the eldest daughter of a family of humble origins, was admitted to a charity with a diagnosis of "severe oligophrenia." Bruna spent 30 years at the Institute. At the age of 55 a Herpes zoster appeared, which tended to become chronic and evolved in algoneurodistrofia of the left lower limb. The continuous and unbearable pain forced her in a short time on a wheelchair and to continuous hospital treatments and rehabilitation programs. This papers explains the reorganization plan of care to ensure a good quality of life for Bruna at the Institute. Research and implementation regarded both structural solutions (access ramps, bathroom adaptations, etc..) and aids provision(wheelchairs, orthopedic shoes).
Year of publication: 2008
Type of document: Case studies/experiences
Last update: July 2011
D'Amato C
Filomena, age 102, motor disability: improving independence at home
Portale SIVA Fondazione Don Carlo Gnocchi Onlus
(text automatically translated from Italian) Filomena has exceeded the 102 years. After a working life (she has been collaborating domestic servant in a family of which he has known five generations) during which he does not have the accused never serious problems of health, widow and without sons, to the age 98 years old, he has left the house in which he had withdrawn itself from retired in order moving itself in in young of the family which had always worked. This work regards the put project of life to point for Filomena, from shared she, which considered in relation to expectable the progressive degradation of the motor functions in the biological process of ***senescenza and to manifesting themselves, in the time, also of cognitive deficits you. ***Sensibilizzata the family that had meant to have treatment of the old to the problems which meeting would have gone, has been necessary to adopt of the practical sagacities us on the ***sistemazione of the new habitat and to supply some essential assistive devices. The indicated assistive devices have been: the height-adjustable orthopedic bed to two hinges, the antidecubitus mattress to compressed air, the wheelchair to ***autospinta, then equipped with antidecubitus pillow, the chair to comfortable and, subsequently, the stool for the shower cabinet and the support in order to raise ***dal the bed
Year of publication: 2005
Type of document: Case studies/experiences
Last update: December 2005
Guerri M
Francesca, age 12, motor disability: improving independence at home and school integration
Portale SIVA Fondazione Don Carlo Gnocchi Onlus
Importance of an aid evaluation in order to facilitate the assistance and to allow a correct positioning during the daily activities.
Year of publication: 2003
Type of document: Case studies/experiences
Last update: May 2003
Martinelli M
Paola, age 38, motor disability: improving independence in mobility and communication
Portale SIVA Fondazione Don Carlo Gnocchi Onlus
After a severe car accident that caused a severe brain concussion, aids for seated posture and for communication were chosen to facilitate the patient's home reintegration.
Year of publication: 2003
Type of document: Case studies/experiences
Last update: May 2003
Menezello T; Andrich R
Giuseppe, age 68, motor disability: improving independence at home
Portale SIVA Fondazione Don Carlo Gnocchi Onlus
Adaptation of a small bathroom (180x165 cm) through building work on the house structure and choice of two assistive devices (a wheeled shower chair and a hoist) to maintain independence and make the assistance easier.
Year of publication: 2003
Type of document: Case studies/experiences
Last update: April 2003
Russolo F
Gabriella, 51 years old. Autonomy in daily life for a person with an outcome of cerebral aneurysm
Portale SIVA FondazioneDon Carlo Gnocchi
Gabriella is a woman of 50 years. In October 2007 she was stricken by a cerebral haemorrhage due to rupture of aneurysm. This event led to very serious motor and cognitive damages: Gabriella remains paretic in all 4 limbs, with significant psychomotor slowing, at first carried a PEG.
Year of publication: 2008
Type of document: Case studies/experiences
Last update: July 2011
Tonussi E
Clemy, age 52, motor disability: improving independence at home
Portale SIVA Fondazione Don Carlo Gnocchi Onlus
Clemy is a 52 year old woman affected by spastic-dystonic tetraplegia as a consequence of perinatal suffering. She is completely independent in personal care, transfers and eating. Since her childhood she has tried to be independent in movements, in her personal choices and most of all in communication. Because of a sudden motor impairment, now Clemy can't use her electronic wheelchair any more and she has difficulties in maintaining the seated posture, which causes pain to her. She also finds it tiring to use the PC that she controls with a metal point fixed to her left foot and a standard keyboards with shield. Clemy would like to be independent in calling for help any time she needs to do it. She also would like to take a weight off her mother, who looks after her during transfers and in the bathroom.
Year of publication: 2005
Type of document: Case studies/experiences
Last update: February 2005
Guerri M
Eppur si cresce...: il caso di Francesca
Tesi Corso di Perfezionamento "Tecnologie per l'Autonomia". Università Cattolica Milano e Fondazione Don Gnocchi, a.a. 2000-2001
(text automatically translated from Italian) The case described in the work regards a girl 12 years old with spastic tetraparesis and cognitive delay of medium degree, that it needs of attendance. The proposed project has like objective the identification of the problematic ones emerged in their ***evolutività and the attempt of answer that holds account of the solutions proposed and experienced in the past, adapted in the present and projected in the future. To such purpose it ambles it to you characterized regard the problematic ones of external accessibility to the room with the proposal of the installation of an elevator platform, the which bonded personal treatment in particular at the moment of the bath for whose solution has been believed I use it of an hoist for bathtub and for I use it of the WC to a chair from WC, the posture, or more better the choice of the more suitable position seated for this girl that is not in a position to maintaining it neither to change it independently, through I use it of a system of posture highly personalized (***siège), the external mobility through the location of one wheelchair that beyond receiving it arranges of chosen posture, is manageable for the familiar ones. The arguments list to you come dealt following the requirements of the interested subject and those of the relatives who carry out the daily attendance. The characterized solutions are partially manageable from a single individual
Year of publication: 2001
Type of document: Thesis
Last update: May 2003
Martinelli M
C’è futuro nella vita di Paola
Tesi Corso di Perfezionamento "Tecnologie per l'Autonomia". Università Cattolica Milano e Fondazione Don Gnocchi, a.a. 1999-2000
(text automatically translated from Italian) A street incident has changed definitively the life of ***Paola. The head injury has provoked one hemiparesis right and a moderated cognitive deficit. The oral expression is limited to little words. Familiar desire of an effective communication with and friends has been the reason that has carried to estimate uses it of a personal computer. Moreover the difficulties in the familiar management of the customer have carried to modify the bath, with an adapted plate-shower, and to propose I use it of one balancing wheelchair from transport.
Year of publication: 2000
Type of document: Thesis
Last update: May 2003
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