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Le réaménagement identitaire après un accident vasculaire cérébral : apport de la prise en soin en psychomotricité auprès du patient cérébrolésé

Abstract : Because of its incidence and its gravity, stroke is a real stake in public health nowadays. Its consequences are wide and it touches the person in its entirety. In fact, the consequences can be motors, sensitives, cognitives, social, psychological, emotional… By acting on different domains which are entangled and interdependent, stroke can alterate psychomotor’s functions which have an important impact on the being to the world for the patient, which means how are his relationships with himself, with the others people and with his environment. Then, he endures some kind of identity wavering. So, the identity isn’t broken, but it becomes fragile, damaging then the psychocorporel balance of the patient. So, this existential problem seemed to me essential. In fact, how can we recognize oneself while we don’t recognize his body ? How can we accept the fact that we’re not exactly the same person, but not really so different from the old one ? So, we shall try in this report, how a specific care in psychomotricity can guide the reorganization of the identity after a stroke.
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Océane Lonjaigue. Le réaménagement identitaire après un accident vasculaire cérébral : apport de la prise en soin en psychomotricité auprès du patient cérébrolésé. Médecine humaine et pathologie. 2017. ⟨dumas-01562134⟩

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