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ELEPAP
Rehabilitation for The Disabled

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pb050005_resizeIt helps children with motor and other accompanying problems to reach the highest level of their functional independence physically, spiritually, psychologically and socially. Taking into account the diagnosis, age and the seriousness of the environment of the child, we use various intentional activities, with value and meaning, as games and special aids (tables, chairs, standers, splints of upper extremities) adapted for each case.

TREATMENT GOALS:

1. Improvement of sensory-motor-perceptual functions

2. Improvement of gross-fine motor skills of body’s parts especially of upper limbs

3. Education in activities of daily living (feeding, dressing-undressing, personal hygiene, transportation, communication)

4. Finding of various adaptations and types of devices that facilitate the functionality of the child at home and school

5. Use of the electronic computer as a tool for communication, therapy and education in a specially equipped space (Assistive Technology)

6. Instructions to the parents for the continuation of treatment programs at home

The specialized techniques in Occupational Therapy are based on:
1. The method of Sensory Integration

2. The Neurodevelopment method of Treatment (Bobath)

3. The TEACCH method

Occupational Therapy Evaluation is an integral part of the intervention and consists of a dynamic process involving daily observation, composition of assessment reports and administration of special tests:

-DTVP-2 (Developmental test of visual perception, second edition)
-ABC (Movement assessment battery for children-2)
-PDMS-2 (Peabody developmental motor scales, second edition)
PEDI (Pediatric evaluation of disability inventory)









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