Terapi Gerak pada Anak Sindrom Desintegratif

Risna Hayati Risna Hayati

Abstract


Desintegrative syndrome is a pervasive development disorder (outside of Rett syndrome) characterized by a period of normal development before the onset of the disease, as well as a marked loss of trained skills in several developmental fields, after several months of disease, accompanied by abnormalities typical of social function, communication, and behavior. One 13-year-old subject with male sex has the symptom, where the subject's behavior resembles autistic behavior such as being very hyperactive, experiencing tantrums (biting his own hand or throwing things if his desire is not fulfilled), losing language skills and speech, ability to intertwine poor social interaction, as well as developmental deterioration or abnormality after experiencing the normal phase at the age of two years, followed by a real loss of trained skills. The method used for children who have disintegration syndrome is by motion therapy with the aim that the subject can maximize concentration and focus in order to be able to survive in an activity or activity and be able to use fine and rough motor skills with flexibility. The result of this therapy is that there is a slight change from the previous behavior, namely an increase in concentration behavior, eye contact becomes longer than usual and is not easily tantrum and more obedient.


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