The City Hall of Torrevieja and Casaverde Foundation have organised the second edition of the Hi Healthcare conferences destined to inform about health resources and dependency for foreigners residents in the area. On this occasion, the information was focused on attend the needs of the more than 2000 Germans settled in the area.
Today, 20th of November, it’s celebrated the Universal Children’s Day. That’s why, from Casaverde Ambulatory Clinic Alicante, we want to bring closer, through this post, the values of the children and the importance that they have for society.
Have you ever doubted whether you turned off the gas, the iron or if the checker gives you the change back in the supermarket? Even though the brain usually makes us being on the right track, sometimes it can play you dirty tricks. These absent-mindednesses are not usual in early age, but as you grow old, these uncommon situations can turn into something recurrent. The first thing that you should wonder is if you have given up subjecting your brain to new challenges, the second thing to do is to develop a strategy to age actively.
A scientific conference, organised by Casaverde Foundation, analysed the needs of children with disabilities
Among these new techniques, Pilates stands out because of its ease to be adapted to the patient’s capacities and because of its almost immediate benefits. But, how is it applied to neurological rehabilitation?
Casaverde Foundation organises a scientific conference about children’s rehabilitation because of the world brain damage day
Today we are going to talk about Bobath therapy. Do you know it?
In a previous publication we talked about occupational therapy, what it consists of and how it is developed. At Grupo Casaverde we carry out a number of treatments for all types of conditions. Occupational therapy is one of those treatments and it is one of the most caring services. The Bobath therapy is used with patients receiving occupational therapy.
Almost without realizing summer is going away. And I say ‘almost without realizing’, because in this part of Spain the change of season is nearly noticed. Winters are not as hard and springs are actually hot.
Occupational therapy works with people who have an illness, disability or are in a situation of social vulnerability.
The WHO defines occupational therapy as a group a techniques, methods and actions that, with the help of activities applied to therapeutic purposes, prevent and maintain health. It also influences on the recovery of people’s functions with regard to a physical, cognitive or behavioural limitations and this therapy assesses behaviour in order to achieve the highest possible individual independence and reinsertion in all aspects of life: work, mental, physical and social.