From its birth, the human being is in a constant state of learning, developing and perfecting over the course of time numerous motor activities. These activities, for a healthy adult are not a great effort, but this changes when a patient has a neurological affection and must learn all those activities that had become routine, simple and that did not require special attention.
The City Hall of Torrevieja and Casaverde Foundation organise the III edition of the Healthcare Information conferences with the aim of bringing to the community of Norwegian residents, the opportunity to know all their rights and available resources to live with a higher quality of life. Read more »
Last Thursday 5th of January, we performed in Casaverde Guardamar the play “The Little Prince” for the first time. The work, which is known world-wide, was written by the aviator and writer Antoine de Saint-Exupéry. The story of the little prince deals with universal themes such as the love, friendship, the life’s sense and the human nature.
During two days, the patients of the Unit of Reintegration and Special Cares of the Hospital Casaverde Alicante, accompanied by their therapists and auxiliaries, visited the Nature-Therapy centre MASPHAEL. The objective was to carry out activities with very hairy and affectionate animals: THE DONKEYS.
Casaverde Group inaugurates a “Memory Unit” in the neurorehabilitation clinic that opened its doors last September in the heart of Alicante. It is a space where seniors can train their brain to delay mild cognitive impairment, Alzheimer’s disease, vascular dementia, etc.
It is close to use for the first time our new adapted kitchen in Casaverde Alicante’s Hospital. Within the Programme for the promotion of the personal autonomy and social reintegration of people with acquired brain injury, endorsed by the Ministry of Health and the Office of Social Welfare, the intervention on the instrumental activities of daily life is of key importance.
Because of the unfortunate events that took place last Friday, in which two people died, due to a gastroenteritis, the management of the centre and its employees, want to send, with the most sincere condolences to the relatives of the victims, total tranquillity to the public opinion, because the outbreak is in remission and the people affected are improving with a good recovery. In this sense, the centre has received the support of the residents’ relatives with whom it has contacted to inform them, in every moment, about the situation in the centre.
The Memory Unit is a space where seniors can train their brain to prevent, stop or delay mild cognitive impairment, Alzheimer’s disease, vascular dementia, and so on. It have professionals from the field of neuropsychology, speech therapy, physiotherapy and occupational therapy, who evaluate and intervene to strengthen cognitive areas, such as attention, language and memory to increase the functionality.