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PROBLEMS AND SOME METHODS OF OVERCOMING THEM
METHODS OF TEACHING MOVEMENT AND RESTORING FUNCTION
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Affected arm neglected affected leg Affected shoulder elevated affected side Ask patient Ask the patient bottom backwards brain Briskly stroke communication control her knee Disorders Emotional lability encourage hip hitching Expressive aphasia figure 61 flexed fluids FORWARDS IN STANDING Gentle pressure gently Hold jaw Improve inability increased tone keep her weight knee straight left side limb lip closure METHOD 2 FIGURE METHODS OF OVERCOMING motor skills mouth muscles normal movement ORO-FACIAL Patient should think pelvis forwards perform the movement pillow position in space positive help practise transferring Practise weight transference PREPARATION FOR WALKING push her bottom relearn right side sensation sense organs sensory feedback shoulder forwards shoulder girdle step forwards suitable height swallow Symmetry of trunk take a step therapist Therapist's left hand therapist's shoulders transfer her weight TRANSFERRING WEIGHT FORWARDS trunk and head unaffected vital signs waist will encourage weight backwards WEIGHT IN SITTING weight transference forwards weight-bearing