PRACA ORYGINALNA
KOMUNIKACJA Z PACJETEM Z CHOROBĄ ALZHEIMERA-PROPOZYCJE TERAPII
 
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Z Zakładu Zdrowia Publicznego Instytutu Medycyny Wsi w Lublinie
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z Instytutu Medycyny Wsi im. W. Chodźki w Lublinie
 
Med Og. 2009;15(2):255–267
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STRESZCZENIE ARTYKUŁU
W artykule przedstawiono wyniki badania dotyczącego problemu (zagadnienia) komunikowania się pacjentów z chorobą Alzheimera z otoczeniem

The essence of Alzheimer’s disease is a progressive impairment of brain function in the clinical image of dementia syndrome. Apart from a clear loss of memory, there also occur disorders concerning speech, perception, recognition, time and space orientation, criticism, and planning of own activities. As a result, there occur problems with communication with the surroundings. The subject of the study was the evaluation of speech disorders among patients with Alzheimer’s disease by a researcher and caregiver. Language-communication efficiency was evaluated from the following four aspects: phonology, syntax, lexical-semantic, contents, and pragmatic. On this basis, a method of coping with such communication difficulties was developed. The implemented model was subject to evaluation by caregivers, and the results additionally presented as a proposal for patients with Alzheimer’s disease and for their families.
 
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