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Bertocchi C
Emanuele, age 20, motor disability: improving independence at home
Editorial data: Portale SIVA Fondazione Don Carlo Gnocchi Onlus
Abstract: Comprehensive intervention for home reintegration of a young man after a coma as a consequence of brain concussion. A special bed, an antidecubitus mattress and assistive aids for the seated posture and for the shower were used.
Year of publication: 2003
Type of document: Case studies/experiences
Last update: April 2003
Cacciatori B
Andrea, 45 years old. Autonomy in daily life for a person with Multiple Sclerosis
Editorial data: Portale SIVA FondazioneDon Carlo Gnocchi
Abstract: Andrea is a man aged 47, who in 1991 was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis; in 1998 there was a worsening of clinical conditions that forced him to walk with the aid of Canadians crutches. He had to leave work (receiving pension for incapacity for work) and in 2005 he moved into an apartment with no architectural barriers. This project aims to highlight the path followed by both Andrea and the various actors involved to allow him to have an independent life at home, despite the progression of the disease. The hardest thing was, and still is, accompanying Andrea during the deterioration of functional capacity, trying to propose and implement strategies (aids and services) to enable him to have his own autonomy while maintaining a good quality of life.
Year of publication: 2008
Type of document: Case studies/experiences
Last update: May 2013
Sanrocchi S
Francesco, 50 years old. Autonomy in daily life for a person with an outcome of stroke
Editorial data: Portale SIVA Fondazione Don Carlo Gnocchi
Abstract: Francesco is aged 50 and in 2005 had a cerebral hemorrhage, that damaged both the motor abilities, resulting in hemiplegia, with aphasia and cognitive abilities, with aphasia, attention and body image disorders. This project aims to bring attention to the path that was made by Francesco, his family and all professionals who followed him. The hardest part of this work was the family’s acceptation of an unexpected situation, leading to a sudden new planning of life in general. Thanks to a close collaboration with the family and especially a strong motivation by Francesco, the solutions adopted granted a better quality of life for him. The main objectives of this project were the provision of aids and then the return home of Francesco, more and more the protagonist of his own choices.
Year of publication: 2007
Type of document: Case studies/experiences
Last update: May 2013
Bertocchi C
Progetto di domiciliazione protetta per una persona con esiti di trauma cranio encefalico
Editorial data: Tesi Corso di Perfezionamento "Tecnologie per l'Autonomia". Università Cattolica Milano e Fondazione Don Gnocchi, a.a. 2001-2002
Abstract: (text automatically translated from Italian) The case study regards a boy 20 years old that suffers from ***TCE outcomes (head injury) which they are continuations disability is of motor type is of cognitive type. It lives with the sister and the mother in an apartment to the Association of Bologna without elevator. Given a degree to in a hotel school, it carried out activity of bartender in a kiosk of property of the family. To the age of the hospital admission it was in one be of minimal ***responsività with neuromotor panel of tetraparesis. The objectives of the caretaking, beyond to those motor clinicians, ***infermieristici and, have been addressed to one planning of the resignations. The participation areas have been: 1. The location of a wheelchair and a system of posture 2. The location of necessary assistive devices to the domiciliation (assistive devices for ***rieducazione, force, equilibrium; for the personal treatment; for the incontinence; for the prevention of the decubituses; equipment for feeding) 3. The training of the family to the use of the assistive devices at domicile 4. The activation of the territorial services (attendance of base, ***infermieristica, rehabilitative) 5. The procedure of the prescription - authorization - supply of the assistive devices in the Local health authority of belongings 6. The modifications acclimatize them, in particular accessibility of the bath
Year of publication: 2002
Type of document: Thesis
Last update: May 2003
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