- Bell’s Palsy: Causes, Risk Factors, Diagnosis, and Management
- Dementia After Traumatic Brain Injury
- Autism: FAQs
- Prevent Autism During Pregnancy: DIET
- Aphasia and Dysarthria
- Effect of stroke and their intervention: In standing Posture
- Functional limitation after stroke and their intervention: In sitting position
- Stroke or Cerebrovascular accident (CVA): An Introduction
- Daily life therapy (DLT) in Autism
- Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA) in Autism
Bell’s Palsy is a rare disease that affects the facial nerves (the 7th cranial nerve that is responsible for facial movement). People with Bell’s Palsy are unable to move the affected side of their face. Patients are usually under the age of fifteen or sixty. Sometimes pregnant women can get the disease. People feel ashamed …
A person who is suffering from a traumatic brain injury, known as TBI, may experience mild to severe, short-term memory loss. But, the loss of short-term memory does not mean that a person automatically develops dementia and Alzheimer's disease.
In this article we will discuss some of questions on autism that is frequently asked by parents of an autistic child, such as What is autism? What are the known cause of autism? What are the treatment options available for a child diagnosed with autism? and many more.
Our diet during pregnancy has a big impact on our baby's environment during pregnancy, so let's look at some dietary tips that current research suggests may help in preventing autism during pregnancy.
Aphasia is a medical term used for complete loss of language whereas dysphagia is referred to as partial loss of language.
The ability to assume and maintain a standing posture is very important to perform many types of activities. It may also play an important role in the eventual discharge destination for a hospitalized client who is recovering from a stroke. Impaired upright posture may be manifested as increased risk of fall and less than normal …
The task that required the client to control the trunk against gravity is best for strengthening the trunk. For example, bridging the hip in the supine position to strengthen the back extensors.
Cerebrovascular accident CVA or stroke is a complex dysfunction caused due by the absence of blood supply to the brain either by a blockage or by the rupture of a blood vessel.
Daily life therapy (DLT) is a group-oriented teaching method that takes place in a group such as a classroom with many other children. practitioners provide support to enable the autistic child to benefit from group-oriented teaching.
Applied behaviour analysis (ABA) is an applied behaviour modification techniques to teach children to respond, request and communicate. This method has been one of the standards for the behavior treatment of autism.