Monday, August 10, 2009
GECEN haftanin en guzel olayi Fizyoterapist Ayse Demirhan in Halis'in tedavisine katilmasi oldu. Daha ilk seanstan, rehabilitasyona gosterdigi farkli yaklasim belli oldu. Kendi ifadesiyle 'Eger inanmazsaniz rehabilitasyon cok sikici bir istir. Uzun zaman bir gelisme goremiyebilirsiniz, ama sonucu gorunce butun bu zahmete deydigini anlarsiniz.' Kendisi bu yuzden rehabilitasyonu severek yapiyor.
Hacettepe Universitesi Fizik Tedavi Yuksek Okulu, 1978 mezunu. Norolojik rehabilitasyon konusunda uzman, ayrica spastik cocuklarla calismalarinda basarili sonuclar almis. 20 yillik devlet memuriyetinden emekli olup Antalya'dan istanbul'a tasinmis. Cesitli ozel egitim ve rehabilitasyon merkezlerinde calismis. Evli ve 3 oglu var. En buyuyu Halis'in meslaktasi, genc bir mimar. Ayse Hanim isinin disinda, resim yapmayi seviyor ve bos zamani olursa resim kurslarina gidiyor.
Halis'e duyu, algi ve motor butunlesmeyi saglayan bir egzersiz programi uyguluyor. Duyulari uyarici uyaranlar gonderiyor, gorsel - isitsel yolla iletisim kurmaga calisiyor ve cevap aliyor.
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BEST event of the last week has been the addition of physical-therapist Ayse Demirhan to Halis's rehabilitation team. Her different approach to rehabilitation made itself apparent from the first session. In her own words, "Rehabilitation is a ver boring process if you don't have faith in it. You may not see a change for a while, but when you actually start seeing the change, you realize that it was all worth it." This is the reason she does her job with love and excitement.
She got her degree in Physical Therapy from Hacettepe University in 1978. She is an expert in Neurological Physical Therapy and has also gotten success in her work on children with developmental problems. She retired after 20 years of government work and moved from Antalya to Istanbul. She has worked at several special education and rehabilitation centers. She is married and has 3 sons, the oldest of which is an architect like Halis. Besides her work, Ayse Hanim likes to paint and attends painting classes in her free time.
She continues to administer a therapy program on Halis aimed at bringing together his senses, perception and motor movements. She gives him sensory stimulation, tries to communicate visually and verbally, and gets responses back!
It is breathtaking to watch her during her sessions. She is almost in a trans. It is obvious she puts her soul into doing her job. We will keep the blog readers abreast of developments.