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PTSD informationsvideoer til pårørende

Her finder du en række korte informationsvideoer om PTSD. Der findes flere videoer under siderne 'Patient på ATT' og 'Fagfolk'.

 

Videoerne findes i forskellige sprogversioner med undertekster:

 

Danske undertekster

 

2D En personlig beretning fra en PTSD-ramt og en pårørende

I dette korte interview møder vi Khaled, der er PTSD-ramt, og hans kone, Rouda. Khaled flygtede til Danmark i 2013 fra krigen i Syrien, og i 2015 blev hans ægtefælle og børn familiesammenført til Danmark. Khaled og Rouda fortæller intervieweren om hvordan PTSD påvirker deres dagligdag, og hvordan parret støtter og inddrager hinanden i forbindelse med Khaleds PTSD.

 

3D En personlig beretning fra en ung pårørende til en forælder med PTSD

I denne korte reportage møder vi Bahra, som er en ung studerende på 19 år. Bahra er født og opvokset i Danmark, men hendes far er fra Kurdistan og flygtede til Danmark i 1980’erne på grund af krigen mellem Iran og Irak. I reportagen fortæller Bahra om hendes anderledes opvækst, og om hvordan det ændrede hendes liv, da hun som 13-årig fik at vide, at hendes far har PTSD.

 

6D En animationsfilm til børn om PTSD – Palles Trælse Sure Dag

I denne tegnefilm til børn møder vi Chris, som en dag oplever noget på legepladsen, han har brug for hjælp af Birger Bedstefar til at forstå. Birger Bedstefar ved nemlig næsten alt om alt. Chris’ bedste ven er Palle, og det viser sig, at Palles forældre er flygtet fra krig og har PTSD. Birger Bedstefar fortæller børnene hvad PTSD betyder og hjælper Palle og de andre børn til igen at have det sjovt og lege på legepladsen.

 

8D 10 gode råd – om børn til forældre med PTSD

Afdeling for Traume- og Torturoverlevere (ATT) i Region Syddanmark giver 10 gode råd om hvordan man som PTSD-ramt forælder kan hjælpe sine børn og tale med dem om PTSD i børnehøjde.

 

9D 10 gode råd – til dig, som er nær pårørende til en med PTSD

Afdeling for Traume- og Torturoverlevere (ATT) i Region Syddanmark giver 10 gode råd til hvordan pårørende kan støtte PTSD-ramte og samtidig huske at hjælpe sig selv.

 

English subtitles

 

2E A personal story told by a PTSD patient and a relative

In this short interview we meet Khaled, who suffers from PTSD, and his wife, Rouda. Khaled fled to Denmark in 2013 from the war in Syria, and in 2015 his spouse and children came to Denmark by reunification. Khaled and Rouda tell the interviewer how PTSD influences their daily lives and how they support and involve each other in relation to Khaled’s PTSD.

 

3E A personal story told by a young relative of a parent with PTSD

In this short reportage we meet Bahra, who is a young 19-year-old student. Bahra is born and raised in Denmark, but her father is from Kurdistan and fled to Denmark in the 1980s due to the war between Iran and Iraq. In the reportage, Bahra tells about her upbringing, and how it changed her life, when she at the age of 13 was told that her father suffers from PTSD.

 

6E An animated cartoon for children about PTSD

In this animated cartoon for children we meet Chris, who one day experiences something at the playground that he needs Birger Granddad to help understand – because Birger Granddad knows almost everything about everything. Chris’ best friend is Palle, and it turns out that Palle’s parents have fled from war and suffer from PTSD. Birger Granddad tells the children about PTSD and helps Palle and the other children return to having fun and playing at the playground.

 

8E 10 good tips – for talking to children as a parent with PTSD

The Department for Survivors of Trauma and Torture (ATT) in Southern Denmark presents 10 good tips on how parents with PTSD can help their children and talk to them about PTSD in an appropriate way.

 

9E 10 good tips – for those who are close relatives to a person with PTSD

The Department for Survivors of Trauma and Torture (ATT) in Southern Denmark presents 10 good tips on how relatives in the best way can support PTSD patients while also remembering to take care of themselves.

 

Arabic subtitles

 

2E A personal story told by a PTSD patient and a relative

In this short interview we meet Khaled, who suffers from PTSD, and his wife, Rouda. Khaled fled to Denmark in 2013 from the war in Syria, and in 2015 his spouse and children came to Denmark by reunification. Khaled and Rouda tell the interviewer how PTSD influences their daily lives and how they support and involve each other in relation to Khaled’s PTSD.

 

3E A personal story told by a young relative of a parent with PTSD

In this short reportage we meet Bahra, who is a young 19-year-old student. Bahra is born and raised in Denmark, but her father is from Kurdistan and fled to Denmark in the 1980s due to the war between Iran and Iraq. In the reportage, Bahra tells about her upbringing, and how it changed her life, when she at the age of 13 was told that her father suffers from PTSD.

 

6E An animated cartoon for children about PTSD

In this animated cartoon for children we meet Chris, who one day experiences something at the playground that he needs Birger Granddad to help understand – because Birger Granddad knows almost everything about everything. Chris’ best friend is Palle, and it turns out that Palle’s parents have fled from war and suffer from PTSD. Birger Granddad tells the children about PTSD and helps Palle and the other children return to having fun and playing at the playground.

 

8E 10 good tips – for talking to children as a parent with PTSD

The Department for Survivors of Trauma and Torture (ATT) in Southern Denmark presents 10 good tips on how parents with PTSD can help their children and talk to them about PTSD in an appropriate way.

 

9E 10 good tips – for those who are close relatives to a person with PTSD

The Department for Survivors of Trauma and Torture (ATT) in Southern Denmark presents 10 good tips on how relatives in the best way can support PTSD patients while also remembering to take care of themselves.

 

Farsi subtitles

 

2E A personal story told by a PTSD patient and a relative

In this short interview we meet Khaled, who suffers from PTSD, and his wife, Rouda. Khaled fled to Denmark in 2013 from the war in Syria, and in 2015 his spouse and children came to Denmark by reunification. Khaled and Rouda tell the interviewer how PTSD influences their daily lives and how they support and involve each other in relation to Khaled’s PTSD.

 

3E A personal story told by a young relative of a parent with PTSD

In this short reportage we meet Bahra, who is a young 19-year-old student. Bahra is born and raised in Denmark, but her father is from Kurdistan and fled to Denmark in the 1980s due to the war between Iran and Iraq. In the reportage, Bahra tells about her upbringing, and how it changed her life, when she at the age of 13 was told that her father suffers from PTSD.

 

6E An animated cartoon for children about PTSD

In this animated cartoon for children we meet Chris, who one day experiences something at the playground that he needs Birger Granddad to help understand – because Birger Granddad knows almost everything about everything. Chris’ best friend is Palle, and it turns out that Palle’s parents have fled from war and suffer from PTSD. Birger Granddad tells the children about PTSD and helps Palle and the other children return to having fun and playing at the playground.


Siden er sidst opdateret d. 29-01-2018 af Psykiatrien i Syddanmark.



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