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Working methods of foster parents with children with attachment disorders
Špalková, Kateřina ; Matoušek, Oldřich (advisor) ; Pazlarová, Hana (referee)
The thesis is an analysis of practical methods of work of foster parents with children with attachment disorders. I analyse what methods foster parents use to process the trauma of a neglected child who did not form a basic emotional bond with the caregiver at the beginning of life. I deal with the system of care for endangered children in the Czech Republic, the issue of substitute family care, the theory of attachment, attachment disorders and various therapeutic schools that process these disorders. The theoretical background is then supported by evidence obtained from interviews with selected foster parents.
Important Aspects of House Arrest in the Czech Republic from the Perspective of Probation Officers
Kubovská, Roxana ; Matoušek, Oldřich (advisor) ; Hulmáková, Jana (referee)
This bachelor thesis deals with important aspects of house arrest in the Czech Republic. The theoretical part contains basic information about this sentence and electronic monitoring of convicts. In the practical part qualitative semi-structured interviews were used with probation officers who have experience with the house arrest. The research looks at the views of officials on criminal prosecution with the control of the electronic monitoring system. Key words House arrest, Electronic monitoring, Probation officer, Alternative sanctions, Probation and mediation service
Problems related to the issue of young adults who leave children's homes and specific opportunities for support of their independent lives
Hošnová, Nikita ; Hejnová, Kateřina (advisor) ; Matoušek, Oldřich (referee)
This bachelor's thesis focuses on problems related to the departure of young adults from children's homes. It describes problems that these people face when leaving such institutions. The thesis also describes subjects that are in relationships with clients during the time of their departure and therefore can inform them about opportunities for help and support. The aim of the methodological part is to discover how the young adults that leave children's homes are informed about opportunities for help and support. This part shows who informs young adults about organizations and services which often are their only source of help.
Parenthood of homoparent families in Czech republic
Bredová, Kristýna ; Matoušek, Oldřich (advisor) ; Havránková, Olga (referee)
This bachelor thesis focuses on the topic of LGBT families in the Czech Republic, a demographic that is often discussed in the media but is otherwise overlooked. The aim of this thesis is to show what problems homosexual parents or parents-to-be have to face that may differ from heterosexual parents. The main topic of this thesis is to introduce some aspects of same-sex parenting. Moreover, I discuss other topics that are linked, more or less, to this type of parenting. These include forming gender identity, parenting and homosexuality. In the practical section, I interviewed homosexual parents and explored what the biggest pitfalls are of LGBT parenting. Key words: homoparentality; gender development; homosexuality; same-sex parenting; family; parenthood; sexual orientation
The comparison of Norwegian and Czech structure of the concept of "good parenting" by foster care social workers
Roučová, Kateřina ; Matoušek, Oldřich (advisor) ; Hejnová, Kateřina (referee)
This diploma thesis deals with sufficiently good parenthood from the perspective of social workers in the department of social and legal protection of children in the Czech Republic and Norway. The theoretical part deals with good parenting, social and legal protection of children and its institutions in the context of both countries, and with national and international legislative bases important for understanding the differences in the perception of respondents of both countries at this level. The research part focuses on the differences in the perception of sufficiently good parenthood by the respondents of the Czech Republic and Norway. Differences in respondents' views on individual areas of parenthood and in the concept of family law relationships from the perspective of the best interests of the child were mapped in a mixed study that combined quantitative and qualitative methodology. The quantitative data obtained in the first research study were processed by categorical data analysis, descriptive and correlation analysis. To solve the second research study, content analysis was used for qualitative data. The research offers a view only on the comparison of respondents' perceptions. The results of the first research study cannot be applied to the entire population of social workers in...
Number development of short term foster parents in Czech republic in 2006-2019
Albrechtová, Kateřina ; Havránková, Olga (advisor) ; Matoušek, Oldřich (referee)
This diploma thesis examines the development of the number of short-term foster parents in the years 2006-2019. The theoretical part describes the system of substitute family care and institutional care in the Czech Republic and closely introduces the short-term foster care. The research part of this work examines the view of short-time foster carers on the conditions of short-time foster care. In this part the goal is to find out the experiences, attitudes, wishes and needs of short-time foster carers. The used method is questionnaire survey and semi- structured interviews. The aim of this work is to examine what factors affect the number of short-time foster carers and to find out what short-time foster carers need to perform their profession. Keywords short term foster care, social and legal protection of children, accompanying worker, areas of support, registered person
Intergenerational programs realized by persons over 50 years of age in other people's families
Pokorná, Anna ; Matoušek, Oldřich (advisor) ; Šťastná, Jaroslava (referee)
This bachelor thesis will focus on the topics of intergenerational programs realized by people over 50 years in different families. The theoretical part characterizes families who have a need for intergenerational contact with other people. It will clarify the needs and advantages of the generation over 50 years. It will also describe the general features of intergenerational programs and explain their history. The practical part will mainly deal with the 3G-three generation program and compare its variants in the Czech Republic. The vision of this program is to connect people over the age of 50 with other families for a long-term friendly intergenerational relationship and mutual assistance. The main issue that this bachelor thesis will focus on is the difference in program delivery depending on local conditions. Furthermore, it will compare the Prague center with other centers in the Czech Republic. In the practical part, qualitative research will be conducted based on the interviews. Finally, recommendations will be offered for its further development in the Czech Republic.
Home Share as an Alternative of Institucional Care
Vosická, Petra ; Šámalová, Kateřina (advisor) ; Matoušek, Oldřich (referee)
This work deals with the model of care Home Share in the world, especially in Ireland, and introduces its beginning activity in the Czech Republic for people with autism spectrum disorder. For many years, this target group has not found in the Czech system of social services affordable and suitable services, especially of the residential type, which it would need. Parents of these children are thus exposed to the burden of long-term care without the possibility of relieving them. Home Sharing is a way to complement this social system. The practical part focuses on mixed research, which aims to describe and critically reflect the current situation of Home Share in the Czech Republic. Through interviews, I investigated the beginning, course and possible future of organizations that are currently introducing Home Share for families with a person with autism spectrum disorder. Furthermore, I used interviews and a questionnaire to find out the opinions of experts who are in the field of support for families with autistic people.
Professional practice of social workers in tertiary education in the Czech Republic
Vejnarová, Kateřina ; Matoušek, Oldřich (advisor) ; Vodáčková, Daniela (referee)
The diploma thesis is devoted to professional practice in tertiary education of social workers in the Czech Republic. It focuses on the course of professional practice at universities and higher professional schools in the Czech Republic which prepare students for the performance of a social worker - concretely, the professional practice of full-time social work students at universities at bachelor's level and at higher professional schools that are the members of the Association of Educators in Social Work (ASVSP). The aim of this thesis is to find out how this process is currently going on. The diploma thesis is divided into a theoretical and a practical part. The theoretical part focuses mainly on the education of social work students in the Czech Republic, professional practice in social work (e.g. the concept of practical education, the importace of theory for practice, theoretical approaches to practical education, mentoring) and supervision of professional practice. The practical part presents the results of the questionnaire which was answered by the heads of professional practice at schools and the results of the analysis of documents of schools accessible on the Internet. These results are divided according to partial research questions. Keywords Professional practice, social work,...
Approach of Child Protection Services to Addressing Parental Conflicts
Hejnová, Kateřina ; Matoušek, Oldřich (advisor) ; Navrátil, Pavel (referee) ; Kuchařová, Věra (referee)
Child protection is one of the most demanding fields of social protection and requires comprehensive solutions which have a major impact on the lives of children and their families. It also includes the agenda of parental conflicts and related child custody proceedings. The thesis deals with the practice of child protection social workers at the municipal authorities with extended powers in the Czech Republic in solving parental disputes. The theoretical part introduces legal, educational and competence framework of child protection and sets it into the context of specific aspects and pitfalls associated with the profession and approach of child protection social workers to solving parental conflicts. It also provides recommendations on how to solve parental conflicts followed by a case study of child protection department at the Prague 8 Municipality District Authority. It identifies attributes of best practice that contribute to the best interests of the child, including participation of families, multidisciplinary cooperation, transparency of processes and neutrality, professionalism and reflexivity of child protection social workers. The empirical part focuses on the understanding of working conditions and attitudes of child protection social workers at the municipal authorities with extended...

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