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Methodische Voraussetzungen der neuropsychologischen Rehabilitation

Part of the Rehabilitation und Prävention book series (REHABILITATION, volume 19)

Zusammenfassung

Übergeordnetes Ziel jeder Rehabilitationsbemühung bei Patienten mit neuropsychologischen Störungen ist die Reduzierung der durch die Hirnschädigung eingetretenen Behinderung, die ohne Intervention chronisch würde (Poppelreuter 1917; Peters 1918; Barth u. Boll 1981; Diller u. Gordon 1981; Miller 1984). Im (sozialversicherungs-)rechtlichen Sinn wird in der Bundesrepublik Deutschland die Behinderung nach dem Grad der „Behinderung“ (GdB) eingestuft. Der „Grad der Behinderung“ ist dabei allgemein das Maß für die Auswirkungen eines „Mangels an funktioneller Intaktheit“, also für einen „Mangel an körperlichem, geistigem oder seelischem Vermögen“, wobei eine chronische, d. h. über einen Zeitraum von mehr als 6 Monaten dauernde Gesundheitsstörung vorausgesetzt ist (vgl. dazu Brambring 1985).

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