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Therapist Bio

Nielsen, Stine Benedicte

  WEBSITEhttps://ergoterapitilboern.dk/stine-benedicte-nielsen/

  Credentials

OT

SPECIALIZING IN THE TREATMENT OF CHILDREN AND EXPERIENCE IN THE TREATMENT OF ADULTS
Owner of Practice of Occupational Therapy

Children with congenital or acquired brain injuries in which the difficulties are:

  • Swallowing and eating
  • Pronunciation/Communication
  • Sensory processing
  • Fine motor skills
  • Delayed motor and cognitive development in general;

Stine work with children who, for example, have developed a tendency to take food, who have not learned to chew their food but crush it up against the palate and subsequently misswallow/cough or have difficulty keeping their food inside their mouth and tend to drool.

She work with children who have difficulty pronouncing and expressing themselves communicatively.

She work with children who have difficulty concentrating at home, in kindergarten or school, who don’t want to be with others, who don’t like hugs or can’t get enough touch. Children who are driven around in the ring motorically and behaviorally because their sensory system cannot regulate itself.

She work with children who have paralysis of one arm, of both arms or of both arms and legs. Children who cannot hold a pencil dress with only one arm, who have difficulty cycling or who have other fine motor difficulties that interfere with their daily lives in relation to themselves, their family or kammerater.ne

Children with a congenital brain injury often have challenges in several areas that interfere with everyday life for both the child himself, the parents and their siblings. The child’s challenges have an impact on their kindergarten or schooling, on their social life and their psychological and cognitive development.

Stine Benedicte is a TalkTools® Level 3 OPT™ Specialist.