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Development of children's communication skills as a part of school maturity and readiness during COVID-19 pandemic
Marková, Kristýna ; Klenková, Jiřina (advisor) ; Horynová, Jana (referee)
This thesis addresses preschool education in the COVID-19 pandemic from a speech therapy perspective. The aim was to determine whether the pandemic affects the development of communication skills in children's school maturity and readiness. For the research, a quantitative method was used. A sample of 50 respondents from kindergartens in the Vysočina region completed a self-administered questionnaire to provide data for this work. The research sample was teachers of children with compulsory school attendance. The research found that the number of deferrals of compulsory school attendance is higher in the school year 2020/2021 than in previous years. The root causes cited by the respondents were psychological immaturity, including impaired communication skills. It was also found that for more than half of the respondents, children in the classroom have the same difficulties in communication skills as in previous years, yet 92% of teachers admitted that the educational objectives in the field of communication, according to the Framework Education Programme for Preschool Education, were not met in the 2020/2021 school year. According to the respondents, children most often had difficulties pronouncing the L, R, and Ř syllables, spontaneous narration according to a picture, the formation of sentences,...
Communication between persons with aphasia and healthcare professionals
Dolejšová, Kateřina ; Horynová, Jana (advisor) ; Klenková, Jiřina (referee)
Diploma thesis deals with communication between persons with aphasia and healthcare professionals. The thesis consists of four chapters, three of which are theoretical. Research is included in the fourth chapter. Aphasia is defined and classified in the first theoretical chapter. The second chapter deals with a multidisciplinary team involving in the rehabilitation of persons with aphasia and with the individual role of healthcare professionals from the team. It also deals with diagnostics and the therapy of aphasia in acute, subacute and chronic stadium. Communication with persons with aphasia and its specifics are described in the third chapter. The main objective of diploma thesis was to find out how communication between persons with aphasia and healthcare professionals in healthcare facilities takes place according to experience of persons with aphasia and healthcare professionals as well. Partial objectives were concentrated on communication types, the techniques and aids for facilitating communication and also on factors affecting and facilitating or complicating communication. Qualitative research strategy was chosen because of the involvement of persons with aphasia in a research. Semi-structured interview was used for data collection, 10 dialogues were performed. Research sample comprised...
Possibilities of acquiring of reading with comprehension in children with specific language impairment
Vopavová, Natálie ; Horynová, Jana (advisor) ; Klenková, Jiřina (referee)
The topic of the thesis is the development of the reading comprehension in children with specific language impairment and its possibilities. For the purposes of this thesis, worksheets were created through which the development of the area could be implemented. The diploma thesis is divided into four chapters. Three chapters represent the theoretical part, the fourth chapter is empirical. In the first theoretical chapter, knowledge about specific language impairment (causes, symptomatology, diagnosis and therapy) is written. Similarly, specific learning disabilities are described in the second chapter. The third theoretical chapter approaches the issue of reading comprehension development. It is focused on the development of pre-reading literacy, the possibility of teaching initial reading and writing, and the development of functional literacy. The fourth empirical part of the thesis presents a qualitative research investigation, which was carried out using case studies and semi-structured interviews with teachers. At the end of the practical part, the results of the research investigation are summarized and recommendations for working with the created worksheets are presented.
Effective speech therapy counseling in the treatment of developmental dysphasia and its use across disciplines
Veverková, Eva ; Klenková, Jiřina (advisor) ; Komorná, Marie (referee)
The master thesis deals with alternative and augmentative communication for adults with combined disabilities. It defines the theoretical foundations of disability, more specifically combined disability. It also describes the communication of people with combined disabilities and explains concepts such as communication, impaired communication skills or speech therapy intervention for people with combined disabilities. Its disadvantages relate more to alternative and augmentative communication, in which it describes in more detail the methods and systems, diagnostic aspects, training of use or its advantages and benefits. The main purpose of this work is to describe the use of alternative and augmentative communication in the everyday life of adults with combined disabilities, especially in everyday activities and also in the possibility of expressing their needs and feelings. The research survey took place in two phases, in the first phase case studies of adults with combined disabilities were prepared and in the second phase participatory observation and direct work with individual persons was carried out. At the end of the work, the benefits of alternative and augmentative communication in adults with combined disabilities are characterized.
The Specifics of Speech Development in Premature Infants
Humlová, Petra ; Klenková, Jiřina (advisor) ; Horynová, Jana (referee)
The diploma thesis deals with the problems in clinical speech therapy and is entitled Specifics in the speech development of premature infants. The theoretical and practical findings are included in the thesis. The theoretical part is devoted to premature birth, risks associated with premature birth and care of premature individuals. It also describes multiple pregnancy, twin pregnancy and twins in terms of their development, education and specific forms of communication. The last chapter of the theoretical part deals with child development, speech development and communication disorders. In the practical part, the empirical part, the research methods of the qualitative investigation and its focus are described in detail. The main aim of the thesis and sub-objectives are given. The thesis concludes with a summary of the data collected, which was used to develop a grounded theory. KEYWORDS prematurity, premature infant, speech development, communicative disability, multiple pregnancy
Development of children's communication skills with different Mother Tongues in pre-school education
Jelínková, Lucie ; Klenková, Jiřina (advisor) ; Korandová, Zuzana (referee)
This bachelor thesis focuses on analyzing methods of speech development skills of kids with different mother languages in preschool education. Main goal of this thesis is to get knowledge applicable in work with kids with different mother language and in developing their communication skills. Theoretical part is based on information from proffesional literature, current legislation and electronic information sources which desrcibe definitions of terms communication, speech and language, ontogenesis of child's speech till preschool age and specifics of bilingual child's speech development. In this thesis is also a describtion of Czech preschool education system and it is focused on a group of kids with different mother languages. The empiric part is processed in the form of qualitative research. The case study desrcibes development of communication skills of three kids with different mother language and the methods that are used.
Speech therapy and intervention of adults with cerebral palsy
Bláhová, Anna ; Korandová, Zuzana (advisor) ; Klenková, Jiřina (referee)
This Bachelor thesis is focused on the speech therapy among individuals with cerebral palsy and the social aspects of communicative disorders within this group of people. The thesis consists of a theoretical part, divided into two chapters and an empirical part. The first chapter focuses on the diagnosis of cerebral palsy, including its causes, classification and the most common associated disorders. The second chapter focuses on the communicative disability as one of a frequently associated disorders with cerebral palsy. The empirical part of this thesis, which is the focus of the third chapter, consists of the case studies of four respondents with cerebral palsy. Each of these respondents live an independent adult life and in the past they participated in the speech therapy because of their communicative disability. The research had a qualitative character, specifically, methods of observation, structured interview and case studies were used. The main goal of this thesis was an analysis of the way speech therapy is executed among people with cerebral palsy. Partial goals of the thesis were focused on the analysis of social aspects of the communicative disability. Looking at the conclusions of the thesis and the research, we can see that the most common speech disorder associated with cerebral...
Development of communication ability in children with Down syndrome
Vašutová, Tereza ; Korandová, Zuzana (advisor) ; Klenková, Jiřina (referee)
The bachelor's thesis, Development of communication ability in children with Down syndrome, is a work of special educational nature aiming to acquaint readers with the issue of communication in children with Down syndrome. The theoretical part is based on Czech and foreign literature analysis and information found in electronic sources. It is divided into two chapters. The first chapter is dealing with communication in general and the development of speech and language skills in intact children. The second one is devoted to Down syndrome, the author is dealing with its definition terminology and etiology. It also elaborates on impaired communication skills of children with Down syndrome, speech therapy intervention and alternative and augmentative communication. The empirical part of this bachelor thesis is included in the third chapter. The main goal of the research is to analyze the development of communication ability in children with Down syndrome, partial goals and research questions have been set based on that. Set goals were achieved thanks to a research survey of a qualitative nature using the following methods: analysis of anamnestic data, analysis of available documents, additional semi- structured interviews with parents and observations. The outcome of this research is the elaboration...

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