The presence patience positive thinking and effort of parent have better results cerebral palsy treatment India

The presence patience positive thinking and effort of parent have better results cerebral palsy treatment India

The presence patience positive thinking and effort of parent have better results cerebral palsy treatment India

The presence, patience, positive thinking and effort of parents have better results on children with cerebral palsy…

My son Prakrit was 9 months old, when we come to know that he has cerebral palsy. We took him to several places but we were not satisfied. Most of places we were told that he is suffering with cerebral palsy and will have problem for whole life and there is no definite treatment.  At last one day one of our relatives told us about “Samvedna Trust” at Allahabad. He had seen the interview of Jai Chhanyara wheal chair bound comedian from Rajkot in news paper who was on wheal chair before coming to Samvedna and now he is able to stand and walk with some support. After Reading his interview he was impressed and discussed to us. Then we searched the detail contact of Samvedna on internet. We came to Allahabad and talked to Dr. J K Jain. He told us to stay in Allahabad and to take 4-5 months treatment. He also told me to learn all the exercises from the therapists. Being an outsider the accommodation was a big headache for us. We were searching for an accommodation everyday. Then at last we told our problem to Alok sir. He immediately allotted a room at CP home in Allahabad for us. We were very happy to see the atmosphere at cp home; we would not have got that Atmosphere elsewhere. Everybody is very co-operative each other. Every therapist at Samvedna were doing excellent job.  They were doing exercise twice a day, six days in weak and they were also giving training to each parent. I have not seen the technique of exercise and dedication of whole team elsewhere. Because of there great and continuous 4 months effort my son Prakrit is now holding his head and neck. He is now trying to sit by himself. I have also learnt all the exercises and some techniques for my son. I will definitely do all the exercises. I must say that presence, patience, positive thinking towards child and effort of parents to their child has good results in their children. I am very much satisfied coming here in Samvedna. The therapists and other staffs are very good and doing excellent job. I am highly thankful to everybody.

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Vocational Training Cerebral Palsy Treatment surgery center children symptom India Pakistan Nepal Bangladesh Sri Lanka

Vocational Training Cerebral Palsy Treatment surgery center children symptom India Pakistan Nepal Bangladesh Sri Lanka

 

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CEREBRAL PALSY TREATMENT

Vocational Training Cerebral Palsy Treatment surgery center children symptom India Pakistan Nepal Bangladesh Sri Lanka

VOCATIONAL TRAINING
Vocational education is based on occupation and employment. Vocational education is education that prepares people for specific trades, crafts and careers at various levels from a trade, a craft, technician, or a professional position in engineering, accountancy, nursing, medicine, architecture, pharmacy, law etc. Craft vocations are usually based on manual or practical activities, traditionally non-academic, related to a specific trade, occupation, or vocation. Vocational education may be classified as teaching procedural knowledge Increasingly, vocational education can be recognized in terms of recognition of prior learning and partial academic credit towards tertiary education (e.g., at a university) as credit; however, it is rarely considered in its own form to fall under the traditional definition of higher education.

Vocational education has diversified over the 20th century and now exists in industries such as retail, tourism, information technology, funeral services and cosmetics, as well as in the traditional crafts and cottage industries.

Vocational training in India is provided on a full-time as well as part-time basis. Full-time programs are generally offered through I.T.I.s industrial training institutes. The nodal agency for grant the recognition to the I.T.I.s is NCVT which is under the Min. of labour, Govt. of India. Part-time programs are offered through state technical education boards or universities who also offer full-time courses. Vocational training has been successful in India only in industrial training institutes and that too in engineering trades. There are many private institutes in India which offer courses in vocational training and finishing, but most of them have not been recognized by the Government. India is a pioneer in vocational training in Film & Television, and Information Technology. AFT. Maharashtra State Government also offered vocational Diplomas in various Trades. Vocational Higher Secondary schools are under MHRD in India. All the state governments run vocational schools. In kerala state 389 vocational schools are there with 42 different courses. Commerce & Business, Tourism, Agriculture, Automobile, Air conditioning, Live stock management, Lab Technician are some prominent courses.

In India vocational training also runs on private and on the NGO’s basis. Disables were given this training to make them capable to earn their livings. Vocational training given to these disables was like making candles, knitting, sewing, insense sticks, paintings, etc. which they can do. These can help them to make them earn in this world. Various kinds of disables can do different kinds of work according to their disability.

Vocational training is must in rehabilitation. Complete rehabilitation means to prepare a disable into a capable person and execute in outside world.

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Play for child Cerebral Palsy Treatment surgery center children symptom India Pakistan Nepal Bangladesh Sri Lanka

Play for child Cerebral Palsy Treatment surgery center children symptom India Pakistan Nepal Bangladesh Sri Lanka

Play for child Cerebral Palsy Treatment surgery center children symptom India Pakistan Nepal Bangladesh Sri Lanka

Play for child

Play is an essential activity for all children. This is where real learning begins. Because some children with cerebral palsy are more limited in their physical ability, it may not be easy for them to engage in spontaneous play, so be ready to give  child any assistance they may need to help them enjoy playing. This is an area where friends and family can be fully involved in the therapy of your child’s development.

Obviously, not all toys will be suitable for all children, as cerebral palsy varies so greatly, from a very mild disability to total immobility. Always be sure that the child’s toys are accessible to him or her and that he or she has some way of letting you know what she wants to play with. As they get older, and depending on the severity of their disability, they will be able to indicate which toy they’d like in a clear and certain way. You must ensure, however, that they don’t miss out on the early opportunity to make choices in the area of play. As early as possible you should devise a system through which child can communicate to you their preferences. This may be through speech or signs, or as they get older through picture boards or electronic devices.

No matter how old child is, playing is a most valuable area of their therapy. It not only helps to release stress, it can also aid their development, and in some cases speed it up. Play also induces laughter, which we all know is the best medicine. Playing also increases hand-eye coordination, can aid in developing fine motor skills, and as they get older, can aid in developing their gross motor skills, such as playing with balls, tee ball or other backyard athletics.

Activities that seem like play to a child often have an ulterior motive. For instance, games involving “spotting the difference”, or pointing out which part of a picture or drawing does not belong, help the child’s neurological development. Obstacle courses, ball games, playing in the sand and even make believe not only help the child’s mental development, but also their motor skills, balance and coordination. As these areas of development are generally more difficult for children with cerebral palsy, frequent play is a fun and easy way for a child to practice trouble zones, and they won’t even know that they’re undergoing therapy at home!

One of the most important things you can do for your child’s development is just putting them on the floor. A child’s earliest independence comes from exploring the world, using whatever mobility he or she has, from a position where he or she is free to do so. Putting a child on the floor, even if they have limited mobility, at least provides the opportunity for exploration. Time spent lying on the floor with a few toys around will be a valuable opportunity to exercise early self-help in play and mobility.

Oftentimes, parents of children with special needs can easily get caught in a trap of thinking they must always control their child’s positioning and activities, but all children must have the chance to learn from experience. If you are offering a lot of stimulation to your child, there has to be an opportunity for them to show you what they have learned (input and output) by being allowed to roam free occasionally. Putting your child on the floor and letting them play and explore will give them a chance to not only learn more, but to show you what you what they have learned already.

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Feeding children with athetoid and hypotonic cerebral palsy Treatment surgery center children symptom India Pakistan Nepal Bangladesh Sri Lanka

Feeding children with athetoid and hypotonic cerebral palsy Treatment surgery center children symptom India Pakistan Nepal Bangladesh Sri Lanka

Feeding children with athetoid and hypotonic cerebral palsy Treatment surgery center children symptom India Pakistan Nepal Bangladesh Sri Lanka

Feeding children with athetoid and hypotonic cerebral palsy

Children who are floppy (hypotonic) and those with strange uncontrollable movements (athetoid) also have eating problems. When dealing with these two groups of children, the most important thing to ensure is that they are sitting up with there head in good position, so that swallowing is made easier. There are intrinsic and extrinsic sensory isseues in child with cerebral palsy which the therapist has to consider in facilitation of particular activity.The therapist must do assessment of hypotonic and athetoid child and make a goal to improve upper extremity so that the child can learn to feed himself.

The therapist must encourage and teach all following activities to feed the child himself:

1.      Head control- the therapist must improve head control in hypotonic child so that child can raise his head and can be able to see his food.  

2. To correct positioning of child and therapist- The therapist must concentrate on their good positioning of himself and child with their shoulders strapped back against the chair, hips strapped back so that the hips are at 90 degrees, feet on the ground, a foot strap may be needed to keep them here, hands and arms supported on a table in front of them.

3. To improve hand grip strength– the grip spoon handles can be adjusted for gripping using a velcro strap or increasing the size of the handle, a cup with handles will encourage the child to drink with both hands, he should keep his elbows on the table for extra support, the vegetables and fruits can be given to improve grip strength.

4. Sensory integration in upper limb– the therapist should give superficial and deep sensory stimulation by massage, brushing pin pricking, crude and firm touch, cold and heat temperature, vibration sense.

5. To control involuntary in athetoid child– to control involuntary movements should be controlled by stabilizing the joints, passive movements should be encouraged during feeding time.

6. To improve strength in upper extremity– muscle strength can be improved with push ups, weight bearing exercises, range of motions exercises with weight cuffs, holding heavy toys during hand activities, strength can be improved with reaching activities against gravity in upper limb, the child who cannot lift their wrist because of wrist drop can be corrected by using electrotherapy(muscle stimulator), passive movements and strength training in wrist extensors, NDT (neuro developmental therapy) is also helpful in improving strength in upper extremity.

7. To encourage active exercises– hypotonic muscles of upper limb can be activated by facilitating antagonist muscles, the tone of hypotonic  muscles of upper limb can be improved by resisted exercises by using therabands.

8. Coordination exercises – Flexion. extension, pronation and supination should be coordinated from holding spoon , taking food from plate to mouth and from mouth to plate. Proper timing has a important role in coordination.

9. Massage therapy with light sensory stimulus and pressure at joints in upper extremity and neck.

10. To improve confidence in child– Intrinsic sensory feedback comes from the child’s own visual, vestibular, and somatosensory systems. The therapist or caregiver can put mirror in front of child to improve his confidence while eating and drinking. In front of mirror ask him to correct his position of trunk and hand during the feed.

11. Regular exercises should be maintained so that the child will never forget the taught exercises.

12. Revisions, repititions and hold time should be maintained. 13. Use of electrotherapy– it can be used to stimulate all small and large muscles of upper limb.

         The therapist must always teach and demonstrate all above techniques and exercises to the parents or caregivers to keep practicing at home. All home remedies, do and don’ts must be explained to the parents and caregivers.

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Home Adaptation For Disabled in Cerebral Palsy Treatment surgery center children symptom India Pakistan Nepal Bangladesh Sri Lanka

Home Adaptation For Disabled in Cerebral Palsy Treatment surgery center children symptom India Pakistan Nepal Bangladesh Sri Lanka

Home Adaptation For Disabled in Cerebral Palsy Treatment surgery center children symptom India Pakistan Nepal Bangladesh Sri Lanka

Home Adaptation For Disabled in Cerebral Palsy Treatment surgery center children symptom India Pakistan Nepal Bangladesh Sri Lanka

HOME ADAPTATION FOR DISABLED

Home adaptation for the disabled means make home comfortable for the disable person. Home adaption also means the interior designing of home according to the disable person.

In home there are many barriers for disabled like doors, windows, beds, toilets, bathtubs, etc. These all accessories in home can create problem for the disables in their activities.  Many Coloradans with disabilities depend on a wheelchair. Accessibility describes a site, building, facility or portion thereof that can be approached, entered and used by physically disabled people. Adaptability describes the flexibility of certain building elements to be modified to accommodate the needs of people with disabilities. A properly constructed ramp is essential for anyone in a wheelchair to use a building. When designed correctly, an accessible kitchen can be easily used by everyone in the household.

Wheelchair Maneuvering Space

The average dimensions of a standard adult manual wheelchair (occupied) are length: 46 to 50 inches including allowance for projection of feet to overhang, width: 23 to 32 inches allowing for hands and elbows, seat depth: 16 inches, seat height: 19-20 inches, and arm height: 29-30 inches from floor. The sports wheelchair, which has cambered wheels, has a lower seat and is wider, but the overhead reach is not as high as the standard model. The average distance needed for an adult in a wheelchair to make a complete circle is 60 inches of clear floor space. Minimum clear width for a wheelchair is 36 inches for a hall and 32 inches for a door. Minimum clear space for a T-shaped turn of 180 degrees is 36 inches in all directions. The minimum passage width for one wheelchair and one ambulatory person is 48 inches. The average reaching distance of a seated adult: side reach maximum height overhead is 54 inches and the low side reach is 9 inches above the floor. This does not include reaching over an obstacle such as a counter. The maximum forward reach is 48 inches above the floor, also not over an obstacle.

A properly constructed ramp is essential for anyone in a wheelchair to use a building. A ramp can replace stairs or be part of an accessible route to a building’s entrance. There should be at least one accessible route from a public street, sidewalk or parking space to an accessible entrance, as well as routes from adjacent buildings.

Ramps are required any time there is an elevation in the grade of the land that wheelchairs must maneuver. The maximum slope of any ramp is 1:12. This ratio means that for every inch of height in grade change, 12 inches of ramp length is required The ramp length (or run) should not exceed 30 feet without landings, nor should the ramp rise more than 30 inches. The minimum width of a ramp is 36 inches. Because of inclement weather (snow, ice, wind, etc.), some states have developed a second standard for exterior ramps and walkways.

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Neuro Developmental Therapy in Cerebral Palsy Treatment surgery center children symptom India Pakistan Nepal Bangladesh Sri Lanka

Neuro Developmental Therapy in Cerebral Palsy Treatment surgery center children symptom India Pakistan Nepal Bangladesh Sri Lanka

Neuro Developmental Therapy in Cerebral Palsy Treatment surgery center children symptom India Pakistan Nepal Bangladesh Sri Lanka

Neuro Developmental Therapy in Cerebral Palsy children
NDT is a technique to facilitate the movements which are not present in the Cerebral Palsy children.

Facilitation is a process in which therapist hand gives a direction to the child’s body how to move. In this technique therapist holds the complete control of child’s body weight and the movement. Therapist gives a direction to the body to shifts its COG (Center of Gravity). As the COG shifted to some direction the control over the balance in the child is lost. Therapist should teach the child how to gain control again, by shifting weight to another side. This whole procedure is the part of NDT.

Equipments used in the NDT are Ball, Bolster, or Table/Bench.

Equipments are to challenge the body weight, to help accommodation the structural deformities of the child. These facilitation techniques are used improve the postural control of the child by challenging the posture.

BOLSTER/ROOSTER is devices which is used to for prone, sitting and sit to stand facilitating techniques. It should be firm, provides a mobile surface that is easy to control because it rolls predictably front to back when child lies prone or sit on it

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Mobility Exercises in Cerebral Palsy Treatment surgery center children symptom India Pakistan Nepal Bangladesh Sri Lanka

Mobility Exercises in Cerebral Palsy Treatment surgery center children symptom India Pakistan Nepal Bangladesh Sri Lanka

Mobility Exercises in Cerebral Palsy Treatment surgery center children symptom India Pakistan Nepal Bangladesh Sri Lanka

Mobility Exercises in Cerebral Palsy Treatment surgery center children symptom India Pakistan Nepal Bangladesh Sri Lanka

Mobility Exercises in Cerebral Palsy children

Mobility exercises are sequence of the activities typically progresses to the stability within a posture and the advances through controlled movement. It is important to note that the exact methods of performing the functional activity may vary from individual patient.

Rolling. Rolling is the bed mobility functional activity, preparation for the independent positional changes in the bed. It is also important to progression to lower limb dressing. Two main patterns to roll are supine to prone and prone to supine. For supine to prone rolling head and neck are in flexion with rotation will assist the movement to take position and for prone to supine rolling head and neck are in extension with rotation will assist the movement to acquire the rolling.

Prone-on-Elbows. Functional implication of this activity is to improve the bed mobility and progression to the quadruped position and sitting position.  Weight bearing in prone-on-elbow position will improve the stability of the shoulder. Rhythmic stabilization may be used to increase stability of the head, neck and scapula.

Prone-on-Hands. The functional carryover of this position includes development of the initial hyperextension of the hip and low back for the patients who will require postural alignment during the ambulation and standing rising form floor. Hand placement in prone-on-hands is similar as the standard push-up position except the hands are more lateral and arms externally rotated. Lateral weight shifting between hands increase the joint approximation.  Additional approximation force can be applied through manual contacts to facilitate tonic holding. Scapular depression and prone push-ups are used as strengthening exercises.

Supine-on-Elbow. The purpose of this activity is to assist the bed mobility to improve the patient to assume long sitting position. If control strength in the abdominal muscles is present then patient is able to do supine elbow push-ups. Lateral weight shifting can be practiced in this position. Side to side movement enhances patient’s ability to align trunk when lower extremity is on bed, preparation of the positional change. Precaution it can cause shoulder pain if done in excess.

Pull-ups. The pull-ups are to strengthen the biceps to hold the crutches and canes as the lower extremity is weak. The therapist should grasp’s supinated hand just above the wrist.

Sitting. Both long and short sitting are essential for many daily living activities such as dressing, ROM exercises, transfers and mobility. Good sitting balance and the ability to move within this posture are also critical prerequisite skills to standing.

Quadruped position. The implication of this all-four position is to lead up ambulation. Rhythmic stabilization can be used to facilitate co-ordination. Weight shifting can be practiced in forward, backward and sideward’s direction. Rocking through increments of the range will promote development of balance responses. Alternatively freeing one upper extremity from weight wearing position may be used in the quadruped position.

Kneeling position. This position is particularly important for establishing functional patterns of the trunk and pelvis control and for further promoting upright balance control. It is important that this activity s done with Ankle-Foot Orthoses. Initial activities will concentrate on maintaining using available postural control. Variety of exercises used in kneeling position as weight shifting anteriorly, posteriorly and laterally with emphasis lower extremity and pelvic control.
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