Insertion of Occupational Therapy Means in the Complex Treatment of the Child with Hyperkinetic Syndrome
Keywords:hyperkinetic, disorder, intervention, occupational therapy.
Hyperkinetic syndrome is a biological disorder, characterized by an imbalance in the brain, which prevents it from functioning at normal parameters. It is a disorder that affects many people and at maturity. The disorder has a negative effect on school learning and influences the social integration of the child. A person's mental, emotional and communication skills are severely impaired. The research methodology refers to the theoretical principles, methods and techniques of data collection, as well as to the instruments, the procedures for analyzing and evaluating the case. Following the use of therapy in the complex intervention process, it was found that the client became more friendly, cheerful and very keen when it comes to other activities both inside and outside the center. In the reassessment of the problems of occupational performance, very considerable changes have been registered both in the satisfaction of the client and in his performance.