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Family resilience from the perspective of family rehabilitation
Rousková, Alena ; Baštecká, Bohumila (advisor) ; Janečková, Hana (referee)
The aim of this diploma thesis called Family resilience from the point refurbishment of a family is to look at the remediation of a family from the perspective of resilience, describe the process of family resilience and the role the social worker can play and to contribute to the reflection of social work. Its benefit is the hope for social workers that even when they face so-called problem families: they can rely on them and that the welfare/success (of a family) does not depend solely on social work or social workers. Families generally manage their situation in the long run and social workers can help them by acknowledging it, by confirming the strength of families, and helping to link its resources. The diploma thesis is divided into two parts, theoretical and practical. The theoretical part is dedicated to the chapters Family, Resilience and Remediation of a Family as one of the instruments of family support. The practical part describes the process of family resilience in the threatened family and the author's reflection of his own attitude from the position of a social worker. In order to show the family resilience process, the author used the method of casuistry, which she subsequently filled in by the dynamic understanding of a family in given situation for the limits described in this...
Assisted contacts of parents and children
Oravcová, Lenka ; Janečková, Hana (advisor) ; Krpálková, Jindřiška (referee)
The thesis deals with implementation of assisted contacts of parents and children in difficult life situation, seen from the point of view of staff of non-profit organizations and OSPOD (= Child Protection Authority). It aims to map the activities of the participants involved in the implementation of the assisted contacts within the existing structure, processes and multidisciplinary cooperation within the Zlín Region. The core part of the thesis is qualitative research performed by the method of the grounded theory. At the conclusion chapter I respond to the stated aim of the diploma thesis and I point out that the implementation of assisted contacts of parents and children represents high degree of demands on the staff. This is the cause of difficult handling of the implementation. The staff workers stressed the deepening and setting up of multidisciplinary cooperation, sharing of good practice in the Zlín Region, as well as creating a team sufficiently professional and numerous and, above all, a change of legislation. Keywords: assisted contact of parents and children, family, parenthood, disintegration of relationship, difficult life situation, participants of assisted contact, structures, processes, multidisciplinary cooperation, Cochem model, grounded theory
Prayer: The Role, Place and Significance of Prayer in the Lives of Members of the Christian Community
Žilková, Miriam ; Beneš, Ladislav (advisor) ; Janečková, Hana (referee)
The thesis, "Prayer: The Role, Place and Significance of Prayer in the Lives of Members of the Christian Community" deals with the topics outlined in its title. It is examined from the standpoint which understands prayer in its Biblical context, as well as how it has been interpreted by the Evangelical Church of Czech Brethren tradition. The core of the thesis is made up of qualitative research. The goal of the research is to discover how prayer is perceived by believers within a particular Christian community: what place prayer occupies in their lives, what shapes it, what it contributes to them and, at the same time, how they perceive prayer and what kind of meaning corporate prayer has for them. Five deep, semi-structured conversations with research participants helped to achieve the goal of the thesis. The results of the qualitative analyses are presented in several chapters, of which four main chapters contain (1) the benefits of prayer in understanding oneself, and (2) in understanding and perceiving God, (3) prayer as a tool for service, and (4) benefits and deficits connected with prayer. The concluding chapters then summarize the results found in the answers to the survey questions, and further on there is a discussion presented on the understanding of prayer as perceived through the lens...
Quality of the life of elderly after the death of their life partner
JANEČKOVÁ, Hana
A Bachelor thesis addresses the quality of the life of the retiree after the death of their life partner. The thesis is divided into 2 parts a theoretical part and an empirical part. The theoretical part deals with terms which are related to the topic of the bachelor thesis. The first chapter describes an old age as a stage of life, changes which are connected with the old age and special needs of the old people. The second chapter is focused on the quality of the life, its evaluation and dimensions. The third chapter is focused on the death of the life partner and aspects of the loss. A process of a grieve and determinants of a grieve are described in the fourth chapter. The last chapter is focused on a support and help for survivors and it also describes informal and formal methods of help. The goal of the project was to find out the problems of the retiree after the death of their life partner and how to help them. The goal of the thesis is to answer given research questions. The first research question is focused on an existence of a gender difference between areas of the life which are affected by the loss of the life partner. The second research question explores if the retiree can come to terms with the loss if given proper and individual support. In the empirical part of the bachelor thesis is used a method of qualitative research in the form of a narrative conversation. The research complex is made up of 6 communication partners whose life partner died. The results are analyzed with the help of an open coding. The research shows that there is no significant difference in the spheres of life affected by the loss of the life partner between men and women. First of all, both, men and women struggle with worsening health conditions. Common problem is also a limited contact with their social environment. As for the methods of support that help the retiree to come to terms, it is informal help from their family and also formal help related to their worsening health - medical help.
Support of seniors' activities during the short term stays with respite services.
Šárová, Marie ; Janečková, Hana (advisor) ; Čížková, Hana (referee)
The bachelor thesis deals with the support of the activity of seniors in short-term stays and their individual types. The aim of the thesis is to describe the possibilities of activities of seniors in residential facilities with relief service and to find out how the activities are offered to clients, how they perceive the individual activities and what influence these activities have on the elderly by quantitative and qualitative research.

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