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Construction des représentations corporelles chez l’enfant : lorsque la fonction proprioceptive s’affaiblit dans le cas de paralysie cérébrale

Abstract : Through the presentation and evolution of Naël and Lucas, this dissertation aims at developping the following hypothesis : children who have a cerebral palsy develop an inefficient proprioceptive function, which doesn’t allow to build proper bodily representations.
After the description of these two children’s sessions, we will combine the clinical aspect and the theory, to see how this lack of integration of the bodily representation can manifest and how, the psychomotor therapist, by his care, can help try and overcome it, for instance through sensory integration and relaxation.
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Solenne Anquetil. Construction des représentations corporelles chez l’enfant : lorsque la fonction proprioceptive s’affaiblit dans le cas de paralysie cérébrale. Médecine humaine et pathologie. 2020. ⟨dumas-02932371⟩

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