Treatment for patients with behavioural disorders
Many of our patients develop severe behavioural disorders after an accident, intracranial haemorrhage or other brain disease.
These particularly arise when the regions of the brain that are responsible for orientation (spatial and temporal), the control of reactions to external stimuli or memory are affected.
Due to this, many patients seem lost in everyday life and sometimes display aggressive behaviour and agitation. They require trusted contact persons to lead them through a well-structured day.
To compensate for impaired memory and disorientation, we provide an individually tailored agenda and a special daily plan. 1:1 care of these patients is often necessary.