Etudes de cas : évaluation de l’évolution de la marche suite à un programme d’activités physiques adaptées chez deux enfants présentant un polyhandicap

Abstract : The multiple disabilities is expressed in different ways and causes different symptoms. Locomotor disorders are commonly found in this population. They have a negative impact on the independence and quality of life by limiting the activities of daily life and social interactions. Walking, when possible, is often initiated late. This type of locomotion is a complex learning and trunk control stability difficulties found in children with multiple disabilities disrupt the balance of the body especially in dynamic activities such as walking. Simultaneously, there is unrest marked in the sagittal plane, particularly the laying of the foot, which could be explained by an adaptation of the individual to slow the advance of the body forward while moving. A program Adapted Physical Activities coupled with an equestrian initiation was proposed two children with multiple disabilities in order to study the evolution of their walk. The intervention has helped to develop the autonomy of these children when walking influencing spatiotemporal gait parameters as well as static and dynamic balance and trunk control stability.
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Marina Mangin. Etudes de cas : évaluation de l’évolution de la marche suite à un programme d’activités physiques adaptées chez deux enfants présentant un polyhandicap. Sciences de l'Homme et Société. 2016. ⟨hal-01825118⟩

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