Sobreviventes do Covid e do AVC, têm em comum uma jornada de reabilitação: reflexões sobre a afasia e tecnologia
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Keywords

afasia
distúrbio da linguagem
Covid
AVC
tecnologia

How to Cite

Lima, C. S. P. da C., Winkler, I., & de Senna, V. (2023). Sobreviventes do Covid e do AVC, têm em comum uma jornada de reabilitação: reflexões sobre a afasia e tecnologia. Cuadernos De Educación Y Desarrollo, 15(1), 434–451. https://doi.org/10.55905/cuadv15n1-022

Abstract

Com a gravidade da pandemia do COVID-19, estudos foram desenvolvidos para analisar as sequelas do vírus no organismo. A Sociedade Espanhola de Neurologia apontou o Acidente Vascular Cerebral (AVC) isquêmico, como segunda manifestação neurológica mais frequente nos pacientes do coronavírus. O AVC é uma das principais causas de incapacidade a longo prazo. Os sobreviventes do AVC podem ter sequelas neurológicas, a exemplo da afasia, que é um distúrbio da linguagem, onde a pessoa pode ter perda parcial ou total da capacidade de comunicação. Este estudo tem como objetivo analisar os impactos da pandemia para as pessoas com afasia e o uso da tecnologia. Como estratégia desta pesquisa, realizamos revisão sistemática entre abril e maio de 2021, ainda no período de pandemia e isolamento social. Examinamos estudos publicados, em bases de conhecimento científico, que tivessem relação com a afasia, COVID, reabilitação e tecnologia. Destacamos o distanciamento social, causado pela pandemia, como o elemento impulsionador que reduziu o atendimento em centros de reabilitação; além disso, percebemos que os profissionais de fonoaudiologia buscaram utilizar recursos tecnológicos na tentativa de manter a rotina terapêutica, com isso houve o deslocamento das sessões de reabilitação para o formato online, por videoconferências. Por fim, concluímos que um dos principais desafios é conectar novas tecnologias, como apoio, à reabilitação da afasia, que precisam ser acessíveis ao ambiente clínico e hospitalar. Ferramentas tecnológicas devem auxiliar o tratamento e a avaliação do potencial de recuperação.

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