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Program 2016 ZENITH. Motor skills neuropsychology / speech therapy care / interdisciplinary
1 ZENITH center for interdisciplinary advanced and advanced training in neurological rehabilitation program 2016 motor skills neuropsychology / speech therapy care / interdisciplinary Allensbach Gailingen Heidelberg Konstanz Stuttgart Stuttgart-Gerlingen
2 ZENITH Center for interdisciplinary advanced training in neurological rehabilitation Center for interdisciplinary advanced and advanced training in neurological rehabilitation Sponsorship: (Foundation & Co.) KG Medical director: Prof. Dr. Joachim Liepert Dr. med. Gerhard Rothacher Therapeutic direction: Sabine Lamprecht, M. Sc. Registration: Center for interdisciplinary advanced and advanced training ZENITH Zum Tafelholz Allensbach Secretariat: Nicole Lang / Elke Tepper Telephone Web e: Gailingen Allensbach Konstanz Heidelberg Stuttgart-Gerlingen
3 Editorial 3 Dear Colleagues, The ZENITH program again offers a wide variety of courses on current issues and concepts in neurological rehabilitation. With the wide range of topics in the courses, we want to address both resident colleagues and all professional groups involved in neurorehabilitation. We have once again opted for a mixture of practice-oriented and scientifically sound courses and are pleased to have won renowned speakers again. In doing so, we take into account the various new developments in neurological rehabilitation and the increasing interest in interdisciplinary offers. You will find current motor therapy approaches such as CIMT therapy as well as seminars on neuropsychological disorders, language and speech disorders and special topics for care. We are also pleased about the accredited courses for neuropsychologists in the field of neuropsychology, which are interesting for both advanced training candidates and experienced colleagues. We would particularly like to draw your attention to the B. Sc. Motor neurorehabilitation in cooperation with the University of Konstanz, aimed at physiotherapists and occupational therapists (see p. 6-9). We would be delighted if we have piqued your interest in the course, one of the certificate courses or a ZENITH seminar and hope to see you here in 2016. Sabine Lamprecht, M. Sc. Head of specialist motor skills Please note the latest information and additional seminars on
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5 Contents 5 Editorial Page 3 Study Neuroreha Page 6-9 Motor Skills Pages Speech Therapy / Neuropsychology Pages Care / Interdisciplinary Matters Pages General Conditions of Participation Pages Calendar Program Overview Pages Lecturers Pages e and Contact Addresses Pages 90-91
6 6 Study Neuroreha Bachelor's degree in motor neurorehabilitation a practical scientific cooperation between the University of Konstanz and the University of Konstanz Do you want to study neurorehabilitation and motor skills in a university environment? Together with the University of Konstanz, they offer therapists and interested parties three scientific ways to expand their neurological skills while working: Bachelor's degree in motor neurorehabilitation (part-time for occupational and physiotherapists) 4 university certificate degrees in the field of motor / neurology (modular structure for motor therapists even without a university entrance qualification Bachelor's degree for physiotherapists and occupational therapists possible) Compact course basic knowledge of neurological diseases (for everyone interested) Part-time study course in motor neurorehabilitation Together with the University of Konstanz they have developed a new course for occupational and physiotherapists that combines the skills of a university of excellence with the practical know-how of quality-oriented clinic network. The Bachelor Motor Neurorehabilitation is designed to be part-time and enables therapists to gain academic qualifications and further development in the clinical context without having to leave clinical practice. The students get to know the entire spectrum of modern motor neurorehabilitation and acquire a basic understanding of neurological diseases. You will be able to question current treatment concepts and be able to evaluate current scientific publications and to include them in your work. In addition, they learn current knowledge
7 Studying Neuroreha 7 Acquiring the bachelor's degree opens up new professional perspectives for graduates in teaching and supervision, in management and leadership roles, and in the further scientific development of the subject. Sabine Lamprecht, lecturer and program manager from various scientific disciplines to understand the rehabilitation process as motor learning under pathological circumstances and to optimize it patient-specifically. The interdisciplinary course program is rounded off by imparting basic knowledge of the social and institutional framework conditions for rehabilitation in the health sector. The study concept conveys its competence, among other things, through ... continuous support for professional development on several attendance weekends per semester; an intensive development of the predominant clinical pictures in motor neurorehabilitation as well as the imparting of interdisciplinary basics and symptom-oriented therapies in order to strengthen the individual's ability to act as well as through the application of the theoretical content in the protected framework of a learning-oriented specialist internship and the opportunity to sit in on adjoining work areas to improve interprofessional cooperation. At a glance: Study Neuroreha Degree Bachelor of Science (B. Sc.) ECTS points 180 Standard period of study Type of study Place of study 6 semesters Part-time (3 weekends attendance per semester) Konstanz Study places 25 Costs start 1,450 per semester in the winter semester
8 8 Studying Neuroreha Studying Neuroreha Contact studies Neither a physiotherapist nor an occupational therapist? New to the job? Missing university entrance qualification? Nevertheless, continue to educate yourself scientifically! Contact studies Motor neurorehabilitation: modular for the bachelor's degree In cooperation with the, we offer therapists four contact studies with a university certificate: Neurorehabilitation Scientific basics Neurorehabilitation Evidence-based therapy Neurorehabilitation Therapy of selected clinical pictures Neurorehabilitation Interdisciplinary basics These four Bologna-compatible certificates convey specialist and application knowledge with which you As a therapist, you will expand and deepen your skills at the same time you acquire further training points and ECTS credits. You will get to know the latest scientific concepts and acquire greater practical skills for your professional activity. In addition, the ECTS credits acquired through the certificates can be fully offset against the part-time bachelor's degree in motor neurorehabilitation or other motor study objectives. Compact course basic knowledge of neurological diseases Are you neither a physiotherapist nor an occupational therapist? Then the compact course Basic Knowledge of Neurological Diseases offers you a well-founded introduction to the topic of motor neurorehabilitation and provides you with specialist and application knowledge on the major diseases in neurological rehabilitation. The acquired skills enable you to gain a deeper understanding of the care-related challenges of common neurological diseases and offer you points of contact for independent further learning in a professional context. The compact course basic knowledge of neurological diseases consists of four face-to-face study days and four compact final exams. The course content is conveyed in the form of interactive lectures and practical exercises.
9 Studying Neuroreha 9 I am particularly pleased that we can take into account the professional skills in our further education, part-time concept that a trained therapist with professional experience has over a normal high school graduate. Caroline Krugmann, Course Coordinator Direct Path Alternative Path B. Sc. Motor neurorehabilitation Final examination Study semester Final examination Study semester Course application Only at least 5 years of professional experience: University entrance examination Contact study 2 Neurorehabilitation Evidence-based therapy Contact study 1 Neurorehabilitation Scientific basics Application for a study program Registration contact study 1/2 University entrance qualification and at least 1 year work experience First work experience in neurology or occupational therapy exams Physiotherapy or occupational therapy University entrance qualification or at least 5 years of professional experience The motor neurorehabilitation courses are organized by the Academy for Scientific Continuing Education at the University of Konstanz. You can find all information about the course content and teaching dates on the Contact website: You can obtain further information on the motor neurorehabilitation course directly from course coordinator Caroline Krugmann, University of Konstanz:
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11 Motor skills 11 Enabling gripping with the Saebo Flex splint Ergotherapy NEW The dynamic Saebo Flex hand orthosis is an optimal functional splint especially for neurological patients who can close their hand but no longer open it in a targeted manner. Thanks to the spring-guided finger extension system, the orthosis enables the patient to intensively practice grasping and reaching movements. This splint has a firm place in modern neurorehabilitation. The patient can practice repetitively and the tasks can be increased in a targeted manner, so that in addition to reaching and grasping movements, balance, bending and handling objects can also be practiced. The seminar is aimed at therapists who work in the clinic as well as resident colleagues, as the splint is also prescribed and the patient can continue the therapy very well in the home setting. In this practice-oriented seminar, the clinical experiences are presented in detail. The course participants have the opportunity to create the splint themselves and try it out in practice. Working directly on the patient makes this course particularly valuable. Date Saturday, Sunday, Sa Sun Allensbach Lecturer Yvonne Zeh Max, - Advanced training 13 Focal points of the seminar: Targeted selection of patients Measuring and adjusting the splint Practical work with patients Organizational tips
12 12 Motor skills Motor rehab for paraplegic syndrome Physiotherapy, occupational therapy, sports therapy, care, doctors NEW Date Saturday, Sunday, Sat Sun Heidelberg lecturer Wilfried Mießner Max, - advanced training points 16 The treatment of paraplegic patients is fundamentally different from the treatment of other central paralysis. In the case of completely paralyzed people, the focus is not only on restoring impaired motor skills, but above all on learning new movement patterns. This course should not only convey the necessary theoretical knowledge about the special pathophysiological principles and their effects to all those treating, but above all practical skills. This includes, in particular, the ability to tailor and impart transfer techniques individually to the person concerned. The central goal of therapy is not to correct the functional disorder. Rather, it is about enabling the patient to shape his life as independently as possible. That is why transfers such as from bed to wheelchair, from wheelchair to toilet or transferring to a car and loading the wheelchair are worked out, taking into account the different levels of paralysis. In addition, forms of therapy should be critically discussed against the background of evidence-based medicine and an outlook on future prospects for paraplegiology should be given. Focus of the seminar: Introduction to pathology and symptomatology Therapy-relevant problems such as spasticity, decubital ulcers, vegetative symptoms Therapeutic approaches and their evaluation Transitions of movement and transfers Training therapy and locomotion training Forecasts
13 Motor skills 13 CIMT Forced Use Therapy for moderate to mild arm palsy Physiotherapy, occupational therapy NEW Strokes or other neurological diseases can lead to paralysis and functional deficits in the upper extremities. For some years now, CIMT therapy (CIMT = Constrained-Induced Movement Therapy) has been established in such cases. The American founder, psychologist Edward Taub, believed that stroke patients often stop using the affected limbs because they are discouraged by the difficulties involved. This learned non-use, argued Taub, leads to a further worsening of the paralysis. To stop the process, the CIMT method forces the patient to move the affected limb intensely. This is done by restricting the unaffected part of the body over a longer period of time. The paralyzed person is used and trained intensively during this time. The development of new neural pathways in the brain is stimulated by repetitive exercises. The patients learn to use the paralyzed extremity again. Date Saturday, Sunday, Sa Sun Allensbach Lecturer Helmut Krause Max, - advanced training points 16 Course content: Background of the CIMT therapy and learned non-use Behavioral approach in CIMT therapy Practical implementation of findings and documentation of the transfer package to Taub
14 14 Motor skills EMG-triggered multi-channel electrical stimulation in neurorehabilitation Physiotherapy, occupational therapy Appointment Saturday, Sunday, Sa Sun Gerlingen lecturer Thomas Schick Max, - advanced training points 20 EMG-triggered multi-channel electrical stimulation is one of the modern therapy methods in neurorehabilitation. It pursues goals at the functional and activity level. Activities such as grabbing and transporting objects can be carried out in a targeted manner in an everyday context. EMG-triggered electrical stimulation can be easily combined with other proven concepts of neurorehabilitation. The further development of electrical stimulation devices enables, in addition to unilateral or bilateral use on the arms and hands, functional treatments of the legs and trunk. The seminar offers a comprehensive overview of the many possible uses of EMG-triggered multi-channel electrical stimulation. This is also achieved through the therapy programs individually created in the course and their intensive practical implementation. Focus of the seminar: Use of EMG multi-channel electrical stimulation in neurorehabilitation Motor learning with EMG-triggered multi-channel electrical stimulation Practical application of EMG multi-channel electrical stimulation with individually created programs Patient treatment and demonstration Combination of EMG-triggered multi-channel electrical stimulation with mirror therapy Combination of EMG-triggered multi-channel electrical stimulation with PC feedback in the sense of virtual reality
15 Motor skills 15 Vestibular training Physiotherapy, occupational therapy, doctors NEW Dizziness in its various forms is statistically one of the most common symptoms. Although it still plays almost no role in education and training to this day, according to the remedies catalog there is a physiotherapeutic treatment order (SO3a). The brochures distributed to patients (positioning or vertigo training) are often useless because nobody knows exactly when, what, how, how often and, above all, why something should be done. Fortunately, the diagnosis and treatment options are not only easy to carry out and very effective in their effect, they also meet the highest scientific standards (see guidelines of the German Society for Neurology; dizziness: diagnosis / therapy). The aim of the two-day course is that the successful examine vertigo patients and then treat them specifically. Among other things, this is facilitated by the fact that each clinical picture is illustrated with the help of video recordings. Date Saturday, Sunday, Sa Sun Heidelberg Lecturer Matthias Wiemer Max, - advanced training points 16 Course content: Definition of dizziness, anatomy, physiology, pathology and pathophysiology of the vestibular system Diseases (examination / treatment): motion sickness, acute peripheral dizziness (neuropathia vestibularis), paroxysmal benign Positional vertigo (PBLS), Menière's disease, central vertigo, cervical vertigo, central integration problems (ZIP), proprioceptive deficits
16 16 Motor Skills Neurophysiology All professional groups in neurological rehabilitation Appointment Saturday, Sunday, Sa Sun Constance Lecturer Prof. Dr. Joachim Liepert unlimited 260, - In this course well-founded neurophysiological knowledge is imparted. This enables the fundamental relationships to be better understood. This is also a prerequisite for a targeted therapeutic approach. Contents: Pyramidal tract Basal ganglia Extrapyramidal system Cerebellum Spinal cord Basics of spasticity Pathophysiology of ataxia Sensorimotor interactions Basics of neurophysiological examination methods Principles of neuroplasticity Advanced training points 16
17 Motor skills 17 Evidence-based motor therapy in Parkinson's disease Physiotherapy, occupational therapy, sports therapy Parkinson's disease will appear much more frequently in the future, not least due to demographic developments. It is already the third most common neurological disease after stroke and multiple sclerosis. In this course, evidence-based, successful therapeutic approaches for Parkinson's disease are presented.Interdisciplinary approaches and the importance of training and sport are addressed as well as knowledge about Parkinson's disease. Course content at a glance: Symptoms of Parkinson's disease (recognizing early symptoms, prognoses) New treatment options: Deep brain stimulation, operative methods Therapeutic findings / scales Therapeutic approach Special features (on / off phenomenon, freezing, dyskinesia) Practical tips Appointment Monday, p.m. Gailingen lecturer Sabine Lamprecht, M. Sc. Max, - advanced training points 9 You will receive a comprehensive script. Many video examples illustrate the therapeutic approaches for different patients.
18 18 Motor skills Aid and device-supported arm rehabilitation after a stroke Ergotherapy, physiotherapy NEW Appointment Saturday, am Gerlingen lecturer Ullrich Thiel Max, - advanced training points 8 In therapeutic practice, treating the severely affected arm is a daily challenge. The progress made during inpatient rehabilitation can often not be expanded further in aftercare. The reasons for this are, in addition to insufficient treatment time, increasing spasticity, the beginning of contractures and learned non-use. Many new findings in the rehabilitation sciences show that an improvement in the motor skills of stroke patients is also long-term, i.e. H. is possible even after years. Nevertheless, device-supported and aid-supported therapy approaches in particular are only slowly finding their way into physical and occupational therapy practice. The seminar shows new therapeutic approaches and possibilities for the treatment of severe paresis after a stroke. The course participants are introduced to current treatment concepts theoretically and practically. Course content: Storage and prophylaxis Use of aids (Mobilas, Basic-Board, Helparm) Functional training with dynamic hand orthoses Organization of device-supported small groups Structuring of individual training programs
19 Motor skills 19 Halliwick intensive course in physiotherapy, occupational therapy, sports therapy The Halliwick concept is an established water therapy method with a large number of therapeutic intervention options. The focus of the intensive course comprises the 10 point program, a guide to motor learning in water. For documentation of changes in the patient in the water, but also v. a. on land, suitable assessment procedures are discussed and applied. The neurological patient in particular is confronted with a task-oriented and goal-oriented situation that can offer him multiple options for reactions and adaptations. Since reaction times are longer in water, the patient can work out changes of position in a relatively safe environment, practice repeatedly, gain security and, as a possible goal, learn to move independently. Therapy in the water allows goals to be pursued at all levels of the ICF. An intensive mediation as well as a practical examination of the specific properties of the water leads to a safe handling. At the end of the course, the course participant will have the knowledge to safely treat and support patients with a wide variety of diseases in the water. Date Thursday to Sunday, Thu Sun Allensbach lecturer Thomas Schick Max, - advanced training points 40 A Halliwick intensive course comprises 40 teaching units (half in the water) including patient treatment in the water under supervision.
20 20 Motor Skills Mulligan Concept Mobilization with Movement: Introduction to physiotherapy, doctors, masseurs (with manual therapy) Appointment Saturday, Sunday, Sa Sun Allensbach lecturer Dr. Claus Beyerlein Max, - Further education points 16 The Mulligan-Concept, named after the New Zealand physiotherapist Brian Mulligan, is a modern and evidence-oriented concept in the treatment of neuromusculoskeletal patients. The effectiveness of the techniques has already been proven in numerous studies. The combination of passive mobilization by the therapist and active movement of the patient, the so-called Mobilization with Movement (MWM), has a positive influence on the structural and neurophysiological level. Treatment according to the Mulligan Concept is very dynamic and function-oriented, as the patient and their individual problem are at the center of the clinical reasoning process. Course content: Introduction to the Mobilization with Movement philosophy and treatment approaches using selected examples Manual therapy according to Mulligan on the upper / lower extremity as well as on the cervical / thoracic spine and lumbar spine, reference to evidence and study status within the Mulligan concept
21 Motor skills 21 Mobilization with Movement: Ergotherapy workshop In the search for innovative treatment options for patients with musculoskeletal problems, the New Zealand physiotherapist Brian Mulligan developed the concept named after him at the end of the 1970s. It is used in the treatment of orthopedic traumatological patients with musculoskeletal problems. The combination of passive manual mobilization by the therapist and simultaneous active movement of the patient (mobilization with movement) opens up a multitude of new treatment options. This 1-day workshop is aimed in particular at occupational therapists who are looking for techniques that can be easily, effectively and quickly implemented in daily practice. The course content is tailored to the field of work of occupational therapists and only includes techniques on the upper extremity. Course content: Introduction to manual therapeutic mobilization with active movement Understanding and clinical application of the Mulligan philosophy Getting to know the core technology MWM on the upper extremity (fingers, hand, elbow, shoulder) Evidence-based practice based on scientific studies Appointment Monday, p.m. Allensbach lecturer Dr. Claus Beyerlein Max, - advanced training points 8
22 22 Motor skills Neurorehabilitation practical Physiotherapy, occupational therapy, sports therapy NEW Appointment Monday, to Thursday, Mon Thu Allensbach Lecturer Sabine Lamprecht, M. Sc. Max, - advanced training points 32 In this course, the new findings from neurorehabilitation are presented. Basic knowledge about motor learning forms the basis as well as new treatment approaches. It is shown how rehabilitation is used effectively so that it shows real success and on which factors this depends. This course deals with the topic of neurorehabilitation across disease patterns and also independently of treatment techniques. The latest therapeutic and scientific findings are presented for numerous clinical pictures. The work on the patient, video examples and practical tips make this course an exciting practical course. The course participants learn to recognize and treat the most important motor problems of the various diseases. With effective exercises and training that is easy to use in practice as well as in the clinic and even during home visits. Curriculum: Introduction to the topic of recognizing the problems of the main neurological diseases (Parkinson's disease, hemiplegia, multiple sclerosis, TBI). Developing own exercises for stretching and strengthening, balance training, targeted gait training. Supervised work on the patient. Detailed debriefings with video analysis.
23 Motor skills 23 Examine and treat dizziness Physiotherapy, occupational therapy Dizziness is a symptom often mentioned by patients, which often significantly limits the quality of life and everyday activities. The causes and the clinical symptoms and dysfunctions can be very different in nature. The seminar shows the different symptoms. A targeted anamnesis and specific tests enable targeted dizziness training. Practical exercises and case studies round off the seminar. Objectives: Get to know the influence of the three sensory systems (physiology and pathophysiology) on dizziness, apply examination options and appropriate assessments in the case of dizziness, get to know targeted interventions, determine correct dosage and intensity, identify the causes of dizziness paroxysmal positional vertigo Stabilization of the field of vision and optokinetic training Vestibular rehabilitation Reduction of visual compensation Cervical vertigo Specific balance training Orthostasis / circulatory pacing Multifactorial / chronic vertigo Appointment Saturday, Sunday, Sa Su Gailingen Lecturer Stefan Schädler Max, - advanced training points 16
24 24 Motor skills neuroreha after stroke Physiotherapy, occupational therapy, sports therapy NEW Date Friday, Saturday, Fri Sa Allensbach Lecturer Sabine Lamprecht, M. Sc. Max, - advanced training points 16 In this course, the latest findings in stroke rehabilitation are presented. It shows how rehabilitation for a stroke becomes effective so that it really shows success and on which factors this depends. New therapeutic approaches for stroke are specific, i.e. certain approaches are more effective than others in specific problem areas. Stroke neurorehabilitation is presented across concepts and independent of treatment methods based on the latest scientific findings. Practical therapy knowledge and many video demonstrations make this course an interesting practical course. Course content: Movement analysis Disease-specific functional restrictions Traditional and modern treatment approaches Guideline-compliant rehabilitation of the upper extremity after a stroke Everyday-oriented training Specific group therapy Spasticity Painful shoulder Optimization of skeletal-muscular conditions Gait rehabilitation and orthosis fitting Functional electrical stimulation of the upper and lower extremities Teaching material: Script Learning method: Lecture, case studies, group work, video
25 Motor Skills 25 Motor Learning and Motor Training Physiotherapy, Occupational Therapy, Sports Therapy In recent years we have received a number of new insights into motor recovery. They acquire specialist knowledge on the following points: What does motor learning mean? Practical application of motor learning Application and use of assessment methods Therapy approaches in neurology Fundamentals of motor learning, modern therapy approaches such as mental practice, mirror therapy, forced use / constraint induced movement therapy, arm base and arm skill training, balance training, treadmill and walking training are presented and form the components of this seminar. Appointment Friday, o'clock Allensbach Lecturer Prof. Dr. Jan Mehrholz Max, - advanced training points 8
26 26 Motor skills Modern approaches in therapy for severe and moderate arm palsy Physiotherapy, occupational therapy appointment Saturday, Sunday, Sa Sun Heidelberg lecturer Helmut Krause Max, - The seminar is aimed at therapists working in a clinic as well as therapists from the outpatient area. Several current therapy methods for patients with motor disorders are presented. Particular attention is paid to the therapy of difficulties in transferring what has been learned in therapy into everyday life. The speaker explains how group therapy and personal training can be designed. The course also provides information on the evidence of the interventions presented. Course content: CIMT mirror therapy Device-assisted therapy Electrostimulation Everyday training Specific group therapy Advanced training points 16
27 Motor skills 27 Effective group therapy for neurological patients in occupational therapy Ergotherapy NEW Group therapies can be a very useful therapy component in neurological rehabilitation. The possibility of being able to practice intensively in groups makes group therapy particularly valuable. The holistic social and psychological aspect of practicing in a group should not be underestimated; in addition, new insights into motor learning, e.g. also of learning through observation. In recent years, the establishment of the ICF has resulted in various concepts for group therapy. These groups should offer targeted step therapy. The selection of group participants is also important so that the most homogeneous possible level of performance is achieved. The challenge of dealing with heterogeneous groups is also presented. Organizational tips and tricks are addressed in this way. The entire spectrum of neurological rehabilitation up to outpatient treatment is considered. At the end of the seminar, they should be able to weigh up which content they can meaningfully adopt for their own clientele. Date Saturday, o'clock Allensbach Lecturer Yvonne Zeh Max, - Further education points 9 Course content: Structure and dynamics of a group therapy Presentation of targeted group concepts Evaluation of group therapies The content of various group therapies, concrete tips and materials
28 28 Motor system diagnostics, causes and therapeutic approaches for pusher symptoms and neglect Physiotherapy, occupational therapy, doctors, (neuro-) psychology, care Appointment Saturday, am Gerlingen lecturers Doris Brötz Prof. Dr. Dr. Hans-Otto Karnath Max. 26 Overview of the current state of the neurosciences. Theory of the origin and cause of neglect and pusher symptoms. Causes, neuropsychological diagnostics and therapy as well as physiotherapeutic therapeutic approaches for patients with neglect are explained, illustrated with case studies and practiced. Focal points of the seminar: Case studies Cause of neglect and pusher symptoms Physiotherapeutic therapeutic approaches Understanding and therapy strategy Problem analysis 160, - Further training points 10
29 Motor skills 29 Treating ataxia effectively Physiotherapy, occupational therapy, sports therapy This course shows the neurophysiological backgrounds that lead to an atactic movement disorder. Which clinical pictures lead to ataxia? What are the patient's compensation strategies? How do you diagnose an atactic movement disorder? The most important treatment strategies for both the upper and lower extremities are taught. Aids that make everyday life easier are presented. Balance training, coordination training and everyday training play a major role. But also special possibilities of sports and training therapy and device-supported therapy are shown. A course that presents the symptom of ataxia comprehensively and holistically. Many video examples make the course an exciting practical course. Course content: Function of the cerebellum Pathophysiology of ataxia Causes of ataxia Forms of ataxia Atactic symptoms found Effective and evidence-based therapy approaches for the various forms of ataxia Aid supply Ataxia therapy in the context of new developments in neurology Date Friday, Saturday, Fr Sa Gerlingen Lecturer Sabine Lamprecht, M. Sc. Max, - advanced training points 16
30 30 Motor skills Therapy of spasticity Ergotherapy, physiotherapy Appointment Friday at Heidelberg Lecturer Sabine Lamprecht, M. Sc. Max, - advanced training points 8 Spasticity is a common problem in neurological patients. The requirement for therapy is not only to resolve spasticity, but also to achieve functional improvements. In this course the functional relationships of spasticity are discussed. This also creates a clear treatment approach. In addition, prophylactic measures can be taken to prevent the development of pronounced spasticity. Treatment and drug therapy of spasticity are addressed in the same way as therapy for contractures. New insights into spasticity and its therapy round off the course. Practical applications are discussed using case studies and patient demonstrations. Focus of the seminar: Pathophysiology Specific tests Functional therapeutic approaches Special therapeutic approaches for lower and upper extremities, contracture prophylaxis and therapy
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33 Speech therapy / neuropsychology 33 Diagnostic and treatment options for patients with impaired consciousness Speech therapy NEW According to the current literature, an overview of the categorization of patients with impaired consciousness should first be given and the terms Apallic syndrome, vegetative state, vegetative status and minimally conscious state should be clarified. The CRS-r (Coma Recovery Scale revised) and the SMART (Sensory Modality Assessment & Rehabilitation Technique) are selected from the various diagnostic procedures and presented in more detail. Your limits and possibilities can be discussed using case studies. On the basis of these assessments, possible therapeutic goals and opportunities for encounter are worked out. The boundaries between the individual therapeutic disciplines (speech, occupational and physiotherapy as well as neuropsychology) are usually fluid in patients with minimal response behavior, or an interdisciplinary approach is indicated. Date Saturday, clock Heidelberg lecturer Catja Wehn Max, - advanced training points 8 Course content: Definitions of impaired consciousness Diagnostic procedures for patients in VS and MSC Focus on CRS-r and SMART Therapeutic objectives and treatment options for patients with impaired consciousness Multimodal stimulation
34 34 Speech Therapy / Neuropsychology Mindfulness in Neurology (Neuro-) Psychology Appointment Saturday, o'clock Gailingen Lecturer Susanne Wieder, Dipl. Psych. Max, - accreditation GNP accreditation applied for An introductory basis for the term and the subject of mindfulness in psychotherapeutic interventions and in the field in research (MBSR, MBCT). Building on this, possible applications in the field of neuropsychology are presented and discussed.In addition to theoretical and scientific aspects, the seminar should focus on practical experience. get to know different mindfulness-based interventions and can use the self-experience to get a direct picture of the effects and benefits of the exercises. What is allowed to be, and what is allowed to be, changes. Course content: Basics of mindfulness Mindfulness and psychotherapy research Application in neuropsychology Practical exercises
35 Speech Therapy / Neuropsychology 35 Complaint Validation (Neuro-) Psychology NEW Psychological test results depend in a special way on the cooperativity of the person examined. In the context of an expert report, with an inherent high secondary gain in illness, the possibility of a suboptimal test motivation represents the greatest challenge to the expert and must be carefully examined. Insufficient cooperativity leads to invalid test profiles; if it is not recognized, the expert assessment must necessarily be wrong. In the acute clinic and in rehabilitation we are confronted in a different way with the possibility of having to identify a possibly hidden manipulative response behavior, with far-reaching consequences for diagnosis and therapy. The seminar familiarizes people with approaches to modern complaint validation, introduces diagnostic approaches and discusses important conceptual problems in differential diagnostics. Course contents: validity of individual test profiles cooperativity in (neuro-) psychological examinations simulation and aggravation; other forms of manipulative response behavior Standardized complaint validation tests (BAT) Possibilities and limits of the use of BAT Case studies Appointment Friday at Heidelberg Lecturer Dr. Thomas Merten Max, - Accreditation GNP accreditation applied for
36 36 Speech Therapy / Neuropsychology Speech and Dementia Speech Therapy NEW Appointment Saturday, clock Konstanz Lecturer Inga Lange Max, - Further education points 8 Dementia can be accompanied by impairments of speech and communication. A brief overview of the classification of dementia diseases is given. The focus here is on Alzheimer's dementia and primarily progressive aphasia. The focus of the event will be on the corresponding diagnostics and on the presentation of various direct and indirect therapy methods. In particular, disorder-specific and participation-oriented approaches are presented. Important aspects for the indication of the therapy and the continuous adjustment in the course of the disease are discussed. Course content: Classification of dementia diseases Diagnostic procedures Indications for therapy Direct and indirect therapy procedures
37 Speech Therapy / Neuropsychology 37 Functional Neuroanatomy (Neuro-) Psychology In this introductory course you will get to know the anatomical structure of the central nervous system and will first be made familiar with the basic systems (visual, acoustic, sensible processing and motor system). Starting from this, we develop the anatomical foundations of more complex, primarily neuropsychological functions: from perception to information processing to motor planning; Spatial perception; Memory; Language processing; Emotion processing. Controversial views, e.g. B. localized functions vs. network organization are included. At the same time, you will learn to use landmarks in clinical CCT / cmrt images to orientate yourself and to localize the functional systems. This allows you to correlate lesions in the cmrt with clinical neuropsychological syndromes such as executive disorders, hemianopsia and neglect, mnestic disorders, apraxias, etc. This is explained in a practical way using case studies, including videos, and supplemented by cross-references to current research results in functional imaging. Your three-dimensional conception of the CNS is additionally enriched by other media. In order to anchor what has been learned, cases are discussed in small groups, and learning controls are carried out in a relaxed atmosphere. Appointment Friday, Saturday, Fri Sa Allensbach Lecturer Dr. Thomas Hassa Max, - Accreditation GNP accreditation applied for
38 38 Speech Therapy / Neuropsychology Tracheal Cannula Management in Dysphagia / Introductory Workshop Speech Therapy, Interdisciplinary NEW Date Saturday, o'clock Allensbach Lecturer Stefan Ege-Dustmann, M. A. Max, - Advanced Training Points 8 In this course, the indications for tracheal cannulas in dysphagia and the common types of cannulas are presented. They learn how tracheostomy tubes work and the associated impairments for the patient. The focus of the course is on the risk assessment for weaning from the tracheostomy tube according to the Bad Heilbrunn graded model. Relevant studies are presented on the various topics. The theoretical content is illustrated by videos of patients from the Bad Heilbrunn Specialist Clinic with tracheostomy tubes. After the seminar, they should be able to create a structured treatment plan based on the Bad Heilbrunn step model for weaning from the tracheostomy tube. Furthermore, fears and uncertainties in handling tracheostomy tubes should be reduced. Course content: Types of tracheostomy tubes How to unblock the tube Weaning from the tracheostomy tube Assessing the risk of pneumonia
39 Speech Therapy / Neuropsychology 39 The Dementia Syndrome in Neuropsychology (Neuro-) Psychology In an aging society, in addition to medical aspects, questions about changes in mental performance become essential. The literature differentiates between normal, pathological and even optimal aging. In this training, changes that are typical of age (cognitive, emotional, social) should be presented. In addition to the demographic challenges and a neurobiological and neuropsychological overview section, neuropsychological test procedures for diagnosis in the older age range are presented and discussed. Neurodegenerative diseases are discussed (e.g. multiple sclerosis, Parkinson's disease), the MCI concept and various forms of dementia are presented. Differential diagnostic questions such as mild cognitive disorder vs. dementia or dementia vs. depression are discussed. The area of fitness to drive (neuropsychological examination and practical driving behavior test) follows. After the diagnostic part, drug and non-drug therapy options are discussed in detail. Aspects of family work as well as participation, legal capacity and care are also dealt with. Appointment Friday, p.m. Gerlingen Lecturer Dr. Wolfgang Kringler Max, - Accreditation GNP accreditation applies for Course content: Basics (definition, classification, forms of dementia) Diagnostic options (procedure, test procedures, differential diagnoses) Therapeutic approaches Dealing with relatives Legal framework (e.g. fitness to drive) Dementia network: Contact addresses
40 40 Speech Therapy / Neuropsychology Texts in the participation-oriented therapy of aphasia of various disorders and degrees of severity Speech therapy NEW Date Friday, Saturday, Fri Sa Allensbach Lecturer Dr. Ingrid Weng Max, - Further education points 12 The use of texts, especially everyday texts, in aphasia therapy offers a variety of possibilities to prepare those affected to participate in everyday life. Depending on the patient, the main focus of the disorder and the severity, different types of text are suitable for therapy: e.g. B. ticket, newspaper article, advertising brochure, technical data sheet or weather forecast. In the advanced training event, the text processing processes will first be explained as a model. In a second step, it is worked out which sub-processes cause problems for certain patient groups due to their linguistic and general cognitive limitations and what that means for everyday life; the role of executive functions in dealing with texts is also discussed. The following, practically oriented part deals with the appropriate selection of texts as well as the methodical approach and the practice when working with different texts. In doing so, the inside will select texts for certain disorders and specifically design exercise sequences. Course content: Processes of word processing Word processing problems in aphasic patients Text selection for the therapy of aphasia Methodical approach and selection of exercises when working with aphasic patients
41 Speech Therapy / Neuropsychology 41 Solution-Oriented Short-Term Interventions in Neurological Rehabilitation (Neuro-) Psychologists NEW The seminar offers a compact introduction to solution-oriented short-term therapy and its diverse possibilities in working with neurological patients. The approach does not focus on the comprehensive understanding of how problems arise, but on the discovery of the creative possibilities for gradual, positive change in the direction of motivating goals through awareness and use of the available personal resources. Introductory presentations, demos and practical small group exercises teach how you can agree on useful counseling and therapeutic goals and pursue them in a promising manner, even in the context of shorter inpatient stays and less personal contacts. The targeted use of the approach in the context of group offers is also discussed. Course content: Introduction to the basic ideas and methods of solution-oriented short-term therapy Development of realistic, motivating goals with patients Activation and awareness of available resources Solution-oriented work with small groups Date Thursday, Friday, Thu Fri Heidelberg Lecturer Dr. Stefan Junker Max, - Accreditation GNP accreditation applied for
42 42 Speech therapy / neuropsychology Tablet computers in speech therapy and supported communication All professional groups in neurological rehabilitation NEW Date Friday, Saturday, Fri Sa Allensbach Lecturer Prof. Dr. Michael Wahl Max, - advanced training points 16 Tablet computers are omnipresent and meanwhile an indispensable part of everyday life for many people. Since its introduction in 2010, this has opened up new possibilities for designing speech therapy in the media. Specific applications for speech therapy have been developed in recent years. The area of supported communication has undergone major changes with the introduction of tablet computers. For many people who have limited spoken language, they are a way of communicating quickly and easily. In this seminar, the advantages and disadvantages of tablet computers as well as possible uses are presented for the areas of speech therapy and supported communication. Course content: Basics of tablet computers in speech therapy and assisted communication Specific applications for speech therapy Applications for assisted communication
43 Speech Therapy / Neuropsychology 43 Neurology for Neuropsychologists (Neuro-) Psychologists NEW Many diseases of the nervous system are associated with neuropsychological impairments that significantly impair both the activities and the participation of those affected. A good knowledge of neurological diseases is therefore necessary for clinical work in diagnostics and therapy. In order to be able to guide and advise the patient, it is also important for the neuropsychologist to know the main neurological clinical pictures, their clinical course, the prognosis and, last but not least, the therapeutic options. The aim of this course is to discuss important neurological diseases (clinical symptoms, neuropsychology, diagnostics, therapy, course) and to discuss them using case studies and / or video demonstrations. The neurological examinations and the important neurological examination methods are presented. Course content: Neurological examination procedures (clinical neurological examination, apparatus-based examinations, laboratory tests) Cerebrovascular diseases (cerebral hemorrhage and cerebral infarction) Neurotraumatology Multiple sclerosis Brain tumors Master ganglia diseases (Parkinson's disease, atypical Parkinson's syndromes, chorea) Epilepsy Appointment Friday, Saturday, Fri Sa Allensbach Lecturer Dr. Gerhard Rothacher Max, - Accreditation GNP accreditation applied for
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