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Support and development of social services for families with children in the locality of Hradec - Rokle
Fišerová, Kateřina ; Šťastná, Jaroslava (advisor) ; Matochová, Alžběta (referee)
The bachelor thesis presents and examines social issues, social services and activities in the locality of Hradec-Rokle. Based on the conducted investigation, it analyzes the activities and services offered, the use of social services and the declared needs of service users in this location. Qualitative research in the locality determines the scope and development possibilities of the necessary social services. The development of services leading to the improvement of the living situation of the inhabitants of the given locality will be proposed.
Family conference in social work when working with the family
Mužíková, Soňa ; Schmidová, Kateřina (advisor) ; Šťastná, Jaroslava (referee)
Title: Family conference in social work while working with the family Objectives: To evaluate the possibilities and pitfalls of family conference methods through semi-structured interviews with staff of family centers. Results: Based on the answers of our respondents, it was found that the RK method is suitable for working with the family. Compared to other methods, it gives more competence to the family and the child when solving the problem. The RK coordinator is a person who is trained, manages and leads the entire RK process. The RK coordinator should be impartial, able to listen and resolve conflicts. He respects the family and should see meaning in RK. The pitfalls of the RK method were mentioned by our respondents, especially obstacles on the side of cooperation with organizations and experts and little support from the state. Respondents saw the possibilities of RK overlap in the social overlap of this method, spirituality, accessibility, significant advantages compared to other methods, especially PK. Methods: Semi structured interview
Paths of inclusion through the eyes of young Vietnamese in Prague
Kopečková, Magdalena ; Matochová, Alžběta (advisor) ; Šťastná, Jaroslava (referee)
The focus of the bachelor thesis is the investigation of the process of integration of Vietnamese individuals into the Czech environment. The main goal is to get to know the different life paths that young people went through when integrating into Czech society and how they evaluate it in retrospect. The research is conducted qualitatively and focuses on the personal experiences of young Vietnamese people regarding inclusion. By examining the life experiences of these individuals and their families, it provides valuable insight into the process of integration. This research aims to delve into the childhood experiences and integration paths of young Vietnamese individuals living in the Czech Republic. Through in-depth interviews, this study tries to capture their narratives, perceptions and challenges they encountered during their formation in Czech society. Through the perspectives of these individuals, we can gain valuable insights into the intricacies of their cultural upbringing, educational experiences, social interactions, and the overall process of adapting to a foreign environment. The study will explore their experiences of navigating dual identities, maintaining a connection to their Vietnamese heritage, and assimilating into wider Czech society. In addition, it will examine the role of...
Preventing burnout syndrome of short-term foster carers
Kaše, Adam ; Angelovská, Olga (advisor) ; Šťastná, Jaroslava (referee)
Burnout syndrome is a topic studied since the 1970s with increasing vigour and interest. This phenomenon, characterised in particular by mental and physical exhaustion, negative feelings related to the workload and environment, or general apathy, is primarily associated with workers in the helping professions. However, to date, there has not been a single research study on burnout in short-term foster carers. Therefore, the empirical part of the thesis presents research targeting the experiences of this vulnerable group in the Czech Republic, mapping the current status, risk factors and possible prevention of burnout syndrome. The research uses a qualitative design and the method of semi-structured interviews. Despite the methodological limitations of the study, the results show that despite minor variations in personal opinions, there is rather a consensus among the respondents regarding the perceived risks of burnout syndrome. This suggests that burnout syndrome in transient foster carers is a promising area for further research and a topic for stimulating discussion. Key words: burnout syndrome; foster family care; short-term foster carers
Employment opportunities of people with special needs
Buociková, Zuzana Miriam ; Šťastná, Jaroslava (advisor) ; Angelovská, Olga (referee)
My bachelor's thesis titled "Employment Opportunities for People with special needs" addresses the issue of employing individuals with special needs. In the introduction, I present an overview of who these individuals are and provide an in depth classification of types of disabilities. The subsequent section discusses the role of social work and the involvement of social workers in the process of integrating people with special needs into the labour market. I then delve into the concept of work, which is of particular interest in the context of this issue, emphasizing its significance in people's lives and elucidating the specific importance of work for individuals with special needs. The main part of the thesis describes how the employment of people with special needs is approached in the Czech Republic. It examines the active employment policy and its tools, aiming to maximize the employment rate of vulnerable groups. Additionally, in this chapter, I present measures targeting employers that stem from Czech legislation. I briefly touch upon the significance of social economy and social enterprises within the topic being discussed. In the practical part of the thesis, I examine the effectiveness of active employment policy tools in the lives of three individuals with special needs during their...
Employment opportunities for people with disabilities in the protected labour market in Trutnov
Špicarová, Valentýna ; Šťastná, Jaroslava (advisor) ; Šámalová, Kateřina (referee)
The aim of this thesis is to investigate the possibilities for employment of people with disabilities on the protected labor market in Trutnov and the local sources of support offered to them. The theoretical part specifies the basic terms, the legislative embedding of the protection of people with disabilities in the Czech Republic, and support for these people on the labor market. Further, the area of Trutnov and the situation on the protected labor market and available sources of support are characterized. The empirical part is focused on qualitative research. Its aim was to research how the local employment situation on the protected labor market and the sources of support are perceived by the focused people themselves. The results of the research revealed room for improvement in these people's employment situation. The final part of this thesis proposes a specific possible solution.
Feminist social work in social services for women Czech Republic - fields of use, development and limits
Mudrová, Barbora ; Cidlinská, Kateřina (advisor) ; Šťastná, Jaroslava (referee)
(in English) This bachelor thesis focuses on social services specifically for women across many specific target groups and examines the role of feminist social work principles in it. It maps the approach of this social work theory, trends and ways of use in practice. The aim of this thesis is creating an overview of how are feminist social work theories, formulated abroad, possibly projecting into the work of Czech social workers in social services for women, where could they come to use and what is limiting their use in the Czech context.
Reflection on the process of implementation of palliative care in elderly house/ Domov Sue Ryder with regard to the multidisciplinary team
Brhel, Robin ; Vodáčková, Daniela (advisor) ; Šťastná, Jaroslava (referee)
(in English): This thesis deals with the process of implementation of palliative care in nursing home. It describes the development of competencies and skills in a multidisciplinary team when working with palliative clients and their families, with an emphasis on the issue of the contribution of social work. It compares the developmental steps in the implementation of palliative care in the leading Domov Sue Ryder project with other projects in the country. In doing so, it looks at the experience and development of palliative care in nursing home abroad.
Employment of persons after serving a prison sentence in social enterprises
Jizbová, Kateřina ; Šťastná, Jaroslava (advisor) ; Hulmáková, Jana (referee)
The diploma thesis deals with the topic of employment of people after serving a prison sentence in social enterprises. The theoretical part is focused on social entrepreneurship in general, on people after serving a sentence with an emphasis on their situation in the labor market, and on social entrepreneurship with this target group from the perspective of foreign and Czech experience. The empirical part analyzes the approach of social enterprises in the Czech Republic to the employment of people after serving a prison sentence. Keywords social economy, social entrepreneurship, social enterprise, persons after serving a prison sentence, employment of persons after serving a prison sentence
The needs of seniors
Kratochvílová, Apolena ; Hanuš, Daniel (advisor) ; Šťastná, Jaroslava (referee)
(in English) This bachelor thesis focuses on the topic of the needs of the elderly, which are specific to the elderly. Especially with the completion of retirement age there is a change in psychosocial needs. The theoretical part of the thesis is devoted to aging and old age in general, then it continues with the characteristics and development of human needs. This is followed by the practical part, which includes interviews with elderly people and their subjective view on the saturation or frustration of needs in old age. The aim of the research is to find out whether there is a difference in the saturation or frustration of needs between seniors who still live in their homes and those who use residential care.

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