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Parenthood of persons with severe visual impairment from the perspective of their children
Machová, Marie ; Květoňová, Lea (advisor) ; Šumníková, Pavlína (referee)
Parenthood of Persons with Severe Visual Impairment from the Perspective of Their Children The bachelor thesis looks into the life of families of parents with severe visual impairment which is done through interviews with their children. The focus is on families where only the father has such a disability and the mother is without severe disability. The aim of this thesis is to analyze how children of these parents perceive this reality and what specifics they face in this context. Furthermore, what negatives or positives come out of this life experience. The theoretical part refers to the specifics of people with visual impairment in the family. It maps the possibilities of these people's dealings with a practical life. Furthermore, it outlines a general view of the family - fatherhood, motherhood and child's needs. The practical part describes the descendants of fathers with visual impairment. It is based on three interviews with three selected children of different ages and from different families. Through a qualitative survey and its analysis of these children's lives, this work should help as a practical guidance for parents or potential parents with severe visual impairment, for their family members as well as for people working with these families. The research implies that all respondents...
Creating snoezelen room for pupils with severe mental and combined disabilities
Hůrková, Lucie ; Volemanová, Marja Annemiek (advisor) ; Šumníková, Pavlína (referee)
The thesis deals with the creation of Snoezelen room, its characteristics and properties. He is more closely involved with the creation of snoezelen for pupils with mental and combined disabilities who are trained in special primary schools. The work describes the target group, defines the snoezelen method and describes its origin and development in our country and abroad. The main goal of the thesis is to explain to the reader how the rooms are created and what it is necessary to know before deciding to launch the snoezelen room. This information was used mainly by special teachers who operate snoezelena in facilities where they work in schools. The thesis also touches on the topic of education at special schools, methods of working with these pupils and describes types of expressive therapies, therapies, basal stimulation and sensory stimulation. The thesis also reflects the Snoezelen-MSE qualification course in theory and practice, which was the main source. The output of the thesis is a proposed room model, description of equipment and activities that are suitable for working with disadvantaged pupils.
Test of tactile perception - "Tactual profile" for pupils of younger school age with visual impairment
Ticháčková, Klára ; Šumníková, Pavlína (advisor) ; Květoňová, Lea (referee)
This diploma thesis deals with the Tactual Profile test of tactile perception and is aimed at pupils of younger school age with severe visual impairment. The theoretical part is devoted to topics of visual impairment, tactile perception, other compensatory senses and specifics in the development of visually impaired children in preschool age. The theoretical background of the work is supplemented by current studies from the American environment dealing with the importance of developing children's tactile perception in connection with subsequent Braille teaching. The thesis contains a detailed description of Tactual Profile, including material history and theoretical basis. Then it is followed by the research part, which was processed by the quantitative method. The results obtained by testing were processed into graphs according to individual material categories. The thesis also includes two examination reports as an example of possible evaluation in practice. The aim of this thesis is to determine the level of tactile perception in younger school age children with severe visual impairment by Tactual Profile. Another intention is to create an abbreviated version of this test, which could form a proposal for functional examination of touch in school and counseling practice. This abbreviated version...
Development of tactual perception for preschool children with severe visual impairment and blind - Tactual Profile
Košíková, Adéla ; Šumníková, Pavlína (advisor) ; Květoňová, Lea (referee)
This diploma thesis addresses the topic of tactile perception examined in the cases of children with severe visual impairment as well as in the cases of blind children aged from three to six years. Tactile perception is assessed by the Tactual Profile test. The introduction of this thesis briefly summarizes the issue of visual perception, specifics of development of a pre-school child with a visual impairment, tactile perception and other compensating senses, and the importance of play in the pre-school period. The second part of this thesis is focused on the Tactual Profile test and its description. The following part is dedicated to research based on applying the aforementioned method of the non- standardized Tactual Profile test. The test, or more precisely the testing tool, is used for diagnosing the level of tactile development among children with severe visual impairment and among blind children. The test results provide the possibility to assess the status of tactile perception of the specific child and determine areas which are challenging for the child as well as areas in which the stated child excels. The goal of this research was to ascertain the applicability of the test regarding the target group and examine its potential utilization in the special education practice. The research also...
Implementation of support measures at elementary school for pupils with visual impairments
Šimonová, Petra ; Květoňová, Lea (advisor) ; Šumníková, Pavlína (referee)
TITLE: Implementation of support measures at elementary school for pupils with visual impairments AUTHOR: Petra Šimonová DEPARTMENT: Department of Special Education SUPERVISOR: doc. PhDr. Lea Květoňová, Ph.D. ABSTRACT This bachelor thesis is focused on implementaion of support measures at the elementary school for pupils with visual impairment. Its aim is to find out how the support of pupils with visual impairment is provided at the elementary school established according to §16 Act no. 561/2004 Sb. - the education law, describes the conditions for providing optimal support for these pupils and suggests improving measures and procedures. The thesis is composed of the theoretical part and the research parts. The theoretical part deals with the caterogy "pupils with visual impairment", their classification, diagnostic, development and specifics. The term support measures is explained and ten sections of support from "Catalog of support measures for pupils needed the education support beacause of visual impairment and the weakning of the visual perception". The research part uses the qualitative survey and occupy with the implementation of support measures at the elementary school for pupils with visual impairment. The multiple-case instrumental study was chosed as a research approach. Two basic methods were...
Preparing children for planned surgeries
Suchová, Jitka ; Hájková, Vanda (advisor) ; Šumníková, Pavlína (referee)
The aim of this thesis was to find out how much and in what way children are prepared for surgical procedures. For the research were selected children at the Department of Paediatric Surgery of the Kolín Regional Hospital, from February to June 2018. In the theoretical part, risk factors for developing anxiety disorders in childhood are described. In particular, anxiety and nervousness, fear, phobia, situational anxiety and mental resilience are defined. A mixed method was used in the research. The main tool was a written questionnaire. In the case of unclear answers, an oral interview was used. In the practical part, two types of questionnaires were used. One is for hospitalized children aged 7-15 and the other for their parents. The research found that seventeen children, out of seventy, were not informed at all, or immediately before surgery. All these children were restless, or even hysterical, they were screaming and crying. The children who were informed of the operation in some way tolerated it quite well. So we can say that most of the children were prepared. Mostly it was only by conversation with parents. The educational material was not used because there is not currently appropriate one.

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