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Musicothérapie et vieillissement

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  17 April 2020

M. Chagneau
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Angers LPPL UPRES EA4638 et Tours EA2114 et EHPAD, Commequiers, France
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Abstract

Vieillir est une expérience unique. Elle s’intègre dans le développement des individus et apporte des changements profonds, propres à chacun. Dans cet exposé, nous commencerons par présenter les processus de vieillissement normal dans ses aspects physiques, psychiques, identitaires et sociologiques pour ensuite aborder le vieillissement pathologique.

Nous présenterons alors les atteintes cognitives, communicationnelles et comportementales dans les troubles neurodégénératifs chez la personne âgée.

Dans la littérature, nous remarquons que l’efficacité de la musicothérapie et des thérapies non verbales auprès des personnes souffrant de pathologies neurodégénératives été montrée selon différentes dimensions [13]. Nous présenterons l’étude clinique élaborée par l’équipe de recherche en musicothérapie de Nantes évaluant l’efficacité de la musicothérapie auprès de personnes souffrant de la maladie d’Alzheimer. Cette étude débutera au cours de l’année 2014 et nous discuterons sa méthodologie ainsi que les résultats envisagés. Nous illustrerons nos propos à partir de vignettes cliniques et nous mettrons en évidence l’intérêt de la médiation musicale dans l’accompagnement thérapeutique des personnes âgées.

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