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Services for young adults who leave children's homes after reaching the age of majority
Kőrberová, Denisa ; Matoušek, Oldřich (advisor) ; Pazlarová, Hana (referee)
My bachelor's thesis aims to identify and compare the interventions and methods of social workers in youth services after leaving the children's home after reaching adulthood. The results of this bachelor thesis can be useful for social workers who want to work with this target group, or want to get an overview of services for young people after leaving the children's home after reaching adulthood. The bachelor thesis can serve as an outline of interventions and methods of social workers who work with this target group. It can also provide insight into the issue of young adults leaving the children's home for the general public. Key words: social worker, institutional care, social work, social services, substitute family care, subsequent independent life
The needs of informally carers for a child with autism spectrum disorders
Lejčková, Michaela ; Havránková, Olga (advisor) ; Pazlarová, Hana (referee)
(in English): The topic of the diploma thesis is the needs of people who informally take care of their close autism spectrum disorders. The aim of the work is to find out whether informal carers are systematically disadvantaged, whether the current system of help and support for these people is sufficient, accessible and clear and what would work differently from the point of view of these people to continue caring for their loved ones in the natural environment. The work defines the basic concepts, describes the specific care of people with autism spectrum disorders. It also presents available services and support for these informal carers and performs at some systemic disadvantage of these people. The practical part of the work contains a quality survey with informally caring people. This survey can show the specific needs of these people, how to change these personal orientations in the system of services and support, what from their point of view it would be good to do differently, what would help them situation, from the beginning of caring for a loved one with autism spectrum disorders. All this focuses on informally caring people from the Central Bohemian Region and Prague.
Legal consciousness of school-age children
Pazlarová, Hana ; Matoušek, Oldřich (advisor) ; Hartl, Pavel (referee)
Despite of the fact that the Czech Republic i s a developed country there are sti ll some challenges to be faced in childrens rights domain, mostly in involving children into everyday life of society connected with their participative rights. The thcoretical chapters analyze the childrens rights movement, and the implementing and monitoring ofthe Convcntion on the Rights ofthe Child both on the intemational and national Ieve!, with emphasis placed on Roma population in the Czech Republic. The research was focused on the lega! awareness of Czech school children with special consideration for Roma children as well. About one thousand children expressed their opinions and attitudes toward their rights.
Programs and services for young people leaving institutional care in Prague and the Central Bohemian Region
Vávrová, Dora ; Pazlarová, Hana (advisor) ; Dočkal, Jan (referee)
This thesis deals with the online casework and potential problems facing people working in social care in the Czech Republic. The main aims of the thesis are to map and describe the state of online casework in several organisations providing selected types of online social services during the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020. Using qualitative research derived from interviews with social workers, the work deals with online casework, specifically using chat and videoconferencing tools, exploring the differences between online and face-to-face work and outcomes. The thesis is divided into two parts, one theoretical and one empirical. The theoretical part defines and characterises social work and introduces the potential demands coming from service users during the pandemic. The main subject of the empirical part is a qualitative research of the data collected during three semi- structured interviews, exploring the risks of online casework, both to the caseworker and service user.
A child with a disability in the process of arranging foster care
Sojková, Anna ; Hejnová, Kateřina (advisor) ; Pazlarová, Hana (referee)
This bachelor thesis discusses the matter of children with disabilities going through the process of substitute family care. The first theoretical part describes the different types of disabilities and the specific needs of children with disabilities in the substitute family. It also summarises the process of placing children into the substitute family care and outlines the key principles of institutional facilities. The aim of the second, empirical part of this thesis, is to compare the experiences of social workers in institutional care with placing the children with disabilities into the substitute family care.
Motivation to perform social work of social workers in the department of social and legal protection of children
Žlebková, Veronika ; Vodáčková, Daniela (advisor) ; Pazlarová, Hana (referee)
The diploma thesis focuses on the concept of social work in the social and legal protection of children and social workers perception of the prestige this profession. The diploma thesis defines terms such as self-worth, self-realization, motivation and prestige, while the emphasis is mainly on meeting expectations that were formed before studying at university, or higher professional school. The work also focuses on the professional and systemic limits that social workers at OSPOD encounter, but also on the assumptions that are an integral part of the professional performance of social work at OSPOD. The empirical part of the thesis is focused on qualitative research, where semi-structured interviews were used and the respondents were selected on the basis of the reference selection. This thesis also looks into the problem and identification of critical areas, which are connected with the performance of social work on OSPOD, mainly in the context of perception of prestige of this profession.
Leaving the substitute care
Baďurová, Michaela ; Pazlarová, Hana (advisor) ; Matoušek, Oldřich (referee)
The diploma thesis focuses on the topic of leaving alternative care and it is divided into two parts. In the first theoretical part I describe the system of alternative care in the Czech Republic, its division and definition. I also deal with the termination of care, preparation for independence and the last are forms of assistance and aftercare services. In the practical part, the subject of my interest will be the readiness of young people after the end of alternative care. Through a semi-structured interview, I will find out how they are doing in various areas that are important for independence. In the final part, I summarize the results of the research, which will be provided with commentary. Keywords Substitute care, family, foster care, institutional education, preparation for independent living, after-care services
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.
Quality Standard No. 2, the rights of social service users
Řepová, Lucia ; Jandejsek, Petr (advisor) ; Pazlarová, Hana (referee)
This bachelor thesis deals with the quality standard no. 2, which is part of other quality standards applied in social services. The aim of this work is to describe in particular standard no. 2, which regulates the rights of users in social services and to present differently percieved practical experience with the introduction of standards in practice in residential services. Various investigations, research, and methodologies that describe the most common problems associated withnon- compliance with standard no. 2, which I will point out in this work, contributed to these experiences. An inspection which performs an output chceck of its proper implementation in normal operation, has sometimes another view of the aplication of standard no.2. The aim of this thesis is to define the standard no.2, to describe its importance in social work and point out the possibilities of violations, practice, especially in residential services.In last part of the thesis Idedicate attention to the inspection of social services. Finally will be provided a summary of the experts who described the inspection work of the social services.
Work experience of residents of Halfway Maják
Dvořáková, Petra ; Pazlarová, Hana (advisor) ; Dočkal, Jan (referee)
The aim of this thesis is to survey work experience of inhabitants of the Halfway House Maják. The paper focuses on characteristics of social work of halfway houses, the Halfway House Maják is then discussed in further detail. Target clients of halfway houses are described in the next part together with topics of deprivation, attachment and trauma. Next chapter focuses on topics such as work and unemployment, corresponding experience from the Halfway House Maják is further discussed. The last part surveys work experience of clients of the Halfway House Maják using the method of interviews. Each respondent is described by basic information and methodology of research is delineated in this part. The interviews concentrate on current work, first work experience and specific help with searching for a job. Other topics of the interviews are memories connected with work, relationships at work, benefits of work, and also it's negative influence. Last area covered in the interviews is advice about a successful inclusion at work given by the clients to people leaving institutions.

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