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The reason hidden discretion conduct methods is that negative conduct is once in a while an irregular neuron-electric motivation. It is brought on by an activating occasion which, if recognized and dispensed with, can lessen the issue of practices. It is a powerful treatment in light of the fact that patients change negative feelings rapidly and advance sentiments of reason and accomplishment. (Cited by John Zeisel,1999) What psychologists can do to help Alzheimer patients ? Psychologists have a lot to offer in helping Alzheimer patients, not only in tackling the Alzheimer’s disease but also designing intervention programs that minimize the effects of Alzheimer.
ROLE OF SPEECH LANGUAGE PATHOLOGIST IN ASSESSMENT AND MANAGEMENT OF DYSPHAGIA AND COMMUNICATION FOLLOWING SPINAL CORD INJURY Ankita Bhutada*, Abhishek Srivastava* Introduction: It is well established to have Dysphagia following neurological conditions such as Stroke, Neurodegenerative disorders Head and Neck Cancers. Dysphagia in these conditions is attributed to the involvement of Central Nervous System (CNS) or any aberrations at structural and physiological level. Moreover, it is well understood the role and responsibilities of Speech Language Pathologist in rehabilitation of swallowing impairment in these conditions. However, Dysphagia is also prevalent in certain cervical spine disorders such as scoliosis, kyphosis, lordosis, and vertebral
Introduction: Epilepsy is a common chronic neurological disease that the use of self-management strategies is essential to increase patient safety and quality of life. The aim of this study Identify the features and capabilities of epilepsy self-management application from Perspectives of Patient and physicians. Methods: In this cross-sectional study, the perspective of 100 patients with epilepsy who were members of the Iranian Epilepsy Society and 15 physicians who were member or colleagues of the Iranian Epilepsy Society were studied by using the questionnaire about training needs, essential data elements and features of the application. The data were analyzed by the use of descriptive statistics (mean and standard deviation) and Kruskal-Wallis
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