L’image du corps et DMLA sans démences : apport du Snoezelen

Abstract : Method: At the beginning, we have realized semi-structures interview to make a situational analysis about different images component body image defined by Dolto (Base, functional, erogenous and dynamic), thanks to discourses analysis resume their different indicators. We followed this four images during eight sessions and for last semi-structures interview in order to find their progress. Results : Only old people presenting AMD since little time have progress concerning basic image, thanks to comfort and individual support in Snoezelen room. The most independent have a correct basic image. For both people, functional body have been many stimulate due to a lot of sensorial stimulations. Those have AMD since little times test their method, by combining rest visual and tactile sense, already acquired by most autonomous. They suffer of cannot see their face and face of other people and have difficulties of social relationship. During sessions, they appreciate moments with escort from using their experience increasingly precise and have fun in exploration of room. Finally, articulation between basic image, functional and erogenous is increasingly common during protocol. Conclusion : Thanks to cocoon and secure effect, sensorial stimulations, enjoyment and displeasure and articulation of this, Snoezelen allow to slowly recuperate body image for elderly people with AMD, across repossession about altered images which compose body image.
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Delphine Szachsznajder. L’image du corps et DMLA sans démences : apport du Snoezelen. Sciences de l'Homme et Société. 2016. ⟨hal-01824809⟩

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