¿Por qué este niño es especial? La importancia de una dieta educativa en niños con Parálisis Cerebral hemipléjica: un estudio de caso

  • Armanda Pereira University of Minho (Portugal)
  • Carla Magalhães Association of Cerebral Palsy of Braga (Portugal)
  • Paula Magalhães University of Minho (Portugal)
  • Sílvia Lopes University of Minho (Portugal)
  • Adriana Sampaio University of Minho (Portugal)
  • Cleidilene Magalhães Federal University of Health Sciences of Porto (Portugal)
  • Pedro Rosário University of Minho (Portugal)

Resumen

Este estudio describe el caso de un niño con Parálisis Cerebral de tipo hemipléjica según su nivel de funcionalidad, cognitivo y rendimiento neuropsicológico y, también, el rol de la "dieta educativa " en su rendimiento escolar. Es esperado que niños hemipléjicos tengan una disfunción ejecutiva, pero incluso aquellos con funcionamiento cognitivo normal, es muy probable que presenten dificultades específicas de aprendizaje. En este caso el perfil presenta resultados distintos a lo que sería esperable. Los resultados confirmaron la alta funcionalidad del niño, FA, en todos los dominios. Además, la entrevista con los padres permitió verificar que la dieta educativa seguida puede ser un importante aspecto que está contribuyendo a los resultados divergentes que este niño presenta.

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