Revista Ciencias de la Salud

ISSN-e: 2145-4507

ISSN: 1692-7273 

Participación e inclusión social en adultos con afasia: análisis bibliométrico

Johanna Rodríguez Riaño, Angélica Lizarazo Camacho

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.12804/revsalud13.03.2015.13

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Resumen


Objetivo: Identificar el alcance y estado de la investigación relacionada con la participación e inclusión social de personas adultas con afasia, a partir del análisis de la literatura publicada. Materiales y métodos: Estudio descriptivo-analítico sobre las publicaciones registradas en Med­line/PubMed, ebsco y embase del año 2005 a 2013, se seleccionaron 97 documentos relaciona­dos con la temática, clasificados en ocho variables comunes para su estudio, fueron analizados en función de la distribución de artículos por núcleo temático, año de publicación y base de da­tos. Resultados: El núcleo temático con mayor representación fue el de inclusión, participación, accesibilidad y derechos de las personas con afasia, sus familias y entornos, documentos cuya producción se incrementa entre 2010 y 2011. Los documentos relacionados con prácticas profe­sionales inclusivas para personas con afasia representaron el segundo núcleo temático con mayor representatividad. Conclusiones: La literatura reconoce a la familia y sus entornos cercanos como elementos fundamentales para garantizar participación y autonomía de las personas con afasia. La Clasificación Internacional de la Funcionalidad, la Discapacidad y la Salud (cif) debe conver­tirse en la bitácora de los profesionales de la rehabilitación para orientar acciones terapéuticas, cuyo objetivo sea la inclusión y participación de las personas con afasia en diferentes contextos y, principalmente, promuevan el regreso exitoso a su vida productiva y cotidiana. Esta oportunidad de rehabilitación hacia la independencia y autonomía promueve la autoestima, identidad y las oportunidades de inclusión. 


Palabras clave


Afasia, participación social, Clasificación Internacional del Funcionamiento, de la Discapacidad y de la Salud (cif), trastornos de la comunicación.

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