Privation sensorielle auditive et réhabilitation chez le sujet âgé : conséquences sur le fonctionnement cognitif

Abstract : Presbycusis is a disease that occurs in more than 12 million French people, but which is still not well known. If it is not treated early, it can lead to serious complications such as communication disorders, depression and cognitive impairment. The current situation is that very few presbycusic patients are treated, and when they are, the result seems insufficient. The purpose of this thesis is to propose using current data, solutions tailored to the needs of these patients, from screening to rehabilitation. Three studies were conducted: the "AcoumAudio" Study, available in three components showed that the vocal acoumetry was a good hearing test to screen elderly people, to evaluate the degree of hearing disorders and to measure functional auditory gain after rehabilitation; Study 1 entitled "Auditory deprivation and cognitive functioning in the elderly" showed that wearing hearing aids could preserve from cognitive deterioration; and Study 2 entitled "Feasibility of a Conjoint Rehabilitation involving audiology and speech therapy for presbycusis (FRéCAOP)" showed that it was possible to offer a more complete and efficient management of presbycusis, in the hearing circuit of GRAPsanté, necessarily including a caregiver
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Séverine Leusie. Privation sensorielle auditive et réhabilitation chez le sujet âgé : conséquences sur le fonctionnement cognitif. Neurosciences [q-bio.NC]. Université Claude Bernard - Lyon I, 2015. Français. ⟨NNT : 2015LYO10043⟩. ⟨tel-01148565⟩

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