Zentrum der Rehabilitation
I.N.P.U.T. (INTENSIVTHERAPIE) • PHYSIOTHERAPIE • ERGOTHERAPIE • LOGOPÄDIE •
KOGNITIVES TRAINING • ROBOTERGESTÜTZTE LAUFTHERAPHIE • HIPPOTHERAPIE
Intensive therapy logopedics
Findings in the rehabilitation research demonstrate that an intensive therapy schedule consisting of at least 5 sessions a day, 2 hours of individual therapy and daily group sessions as well as eating assistance lead to a long-term treatment success. The options of the intensive therapy permit the creation of an individual treatment plan based on your needs in order to achieve your goals in an efficient way.
For clients with
- stroke and cerebral hemorrhage
- traumatic brain injury
- degenerative diseases such as MS, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) or Parkinson’s disease
- hypoxic brain injury
- apallic syndrome
- aphasia (speech defect)
- dysarthrophonia (speech disorder)
- dysphagia (swallowing disorders)
- verbal apraxia, buccofacial apraxia
The high therapy frequency allows us to optimally integrate your wishes, needs and interests into treatment and to put them into practice. The focus lies hereby on the regain of everyday life skills and on the ability to participate in social life again. The goals are set individually and in a resource-based manner depending on the clients‘ physical and mental condition.
- daily routine and social life (e.g. phone calls, writing and reading letters)
- ingestion (e.g. PEG withdrawal, eating training)
- communicative competence (e.g. compensation strategies, assisted communication)
- occupational rehabilitation (e.g. roleplaying, PC training)
- regain of basal competences (e.g. independent breathing, swallowing)
At the beginning of the intensive therapy and after extensive diagnostic analysis we create an individual treatment plan with you and your relatives.
Therapy could consist of the following elements
- individual therapy
- group therapy
- training on everyday tasks
- eating training
You, your goals, values and emotions have priority. We are treating the person, not just the disease.