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Eating disorders
Heřmánková, Eliška ; Zemková, Jaroslava (advisor) ; Marádová, Eva (referee)
Bachelor thesis is focused on eating disorders, specifically on anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa and binge eating. However, it also mentions new types of those disorders such as artorexia, bigorexia and drunkorexia. The thesis is divided into two parts, theoretical and practical. Theoretical part contains basic information about afforementioned disorders, its manifestations, consequences, etiological factors and treatment, prevention is also included. All of those informations are backed up by professional literature authors who are specialized in eating disorders. In practical part there are stories of five girls who went through a certain eating disorder in their growing up. The focus is on impact of social networks and foremost on their motivations, which were crucial for them during therapy. Further off, we mention aspects which were impacted the most by the girls asked. The objective of the practical part was to find out specific motivation in therapy and evaluate the extension of social networks impact on the course of those disorders. To fulfill those objectives, I used the semi-structured interviews, which were again designed and put together according to studied sources of professional literature. Despite the sensitivity of this topic, I managed to obtain all the needed data to complete...
Testimonies of adolescents and adults with dyslexia, dyslexia - a problem or a advantage
Panchartková, Nikola ; Bartoňová, Miroslava (advisor) ; Zemková, Jaroslava (referee)
The diploma thesis deals with the testimonies of adolescents and adults with dyslexia, it deals with the idea of whether dyslexia is a problem or an advantage for a person. The theoretical part of the thesis defines basic concepts such as dyslexia and its effects on people in society. The first chapter is devoted to the types of approaches to education and the support of individuals with specific learning disabilities. The second chapter deals with the factors that affect the personality of adolescents and adults with SLD. The third chapter describes support and intervention for people with dyslexia. The main goal of the thesis and research is to specify individuals with dyslexia in the context of their self-concept and involvement in society. The practical part of the diploma thesis has been realized by means of a qualitative research survey. KEYWORDS Specific learning disorders, dyslexia, adolescents with dyslexia, adults with dyslexia, education, support, intervention
Possibilities for the development of cognitive function in the elderly
Veselovská, Nicola ; Zemková, Jaroslava (advisor) ; Šumníková, Pavlína (referee)
This diploma thesis entitled "Possibilities of the development of cognitive functions in the elderly" deals with the issue of activition of seniors, through which there is a development or at least the preservation of existing abilities of seniors. At the same time, the effort is to prevent damage to cognitive functions, which naturally weaken due to old age. The theoretical part describes and characterizes the developmental period of old age, cognitive functions and their possible disorders occurring in the elderly. Here the work focuses on the desciption of dementia, Alzheimer's disease and Parkinson's disease, the possible causes, the course of the disease and clinical manifestations, consequences and therapeutic approaches. The third chapter is a key part, because the work deals with possible non-pharmecological approaches and activation of seniors. The empirical part describes the activation activities carried out by the Home for the elderly Háje, where the research was carried out. The empirical part focouses on the activition of intact clients and clients suffering from Parkinson's disease. Furthermore, examples from four activiation blocks, which were implemented with both intact clients and clients with Parkinson's disease, are presented and described in this section. Subsequently, an...
Art activities for children with mental disability of preschool age
Madudová, Barbora ; Zemková, Jaroslava (advisor) ; Bartoňová, Miroslava (referee)
The master's thesis deals with art activities for children with intellectual disability of preschool age. The theoretical section characterizes a child of preschool age, defines intellectual disability, its causes, classification, symptos and describes a child with intellectual disability of preschool age. Furthermore, there is an introduction of preschool education system in The Czech Republic and curricular documents and legal regulations dealing with preschool education, the organization and didactics of preschool education plus educational specifics of children with intellectual disability are stated in the thesis. The practial part defines main goal of this thesis, describes research technique and the institution, where the art activities were held, and children from research sample. Further, there are five art activities prepared as well as the description of their execution process. The main goal of this thesis is to create a five-art-activities file for children with intellectual disability of preschool age and then execute all of them in kindergarten to verify if they are suitable for children with intellectual disability of preschool age. The conclusion is based on observation and for its credibility purpose an assessment scale was created to observe children's behaviour during mentioned...
Inclusive summer camp and its significance for intact participants
Saaková, Johanna ; Hájková, Vanda (advisor) ; Zemková, Jaroslava (referee)
SAAKOVÁ, Johanna. Inclusive summer camp and its importance for intact participants. Prague: Pedagogical Faculty of Charles University, Department of Special Education, 2022. 121 pages. Thesis. The thesis deals with the operation of an inclusive summer camp, which is attended by intact children and siblings of children with disabilities, in addition to children with autism spectrum disorder, intellectual disabilities and Down syndrome. The thesis mainly deals with the programme during the week-long stay at the camp and also focuses on interviews with the intact participants. The aim of this thesis is to analyse the preparation, implementation and subsequent detailed description of the inclusive summer camp and also to analyse its impact on the child participants. In my thesis I would like to test the hypothesis that children at the inclusive camp in Bukova get everything they expect from it (quality program, friends, fun, safety, trust in leaders, etc.) even if there are children with disabilities who require a lot of care and attention from other adult leaders and assistants. The thesis is divided into theoretical and practical parts. The theoretical part is divided to six chapters. The first one characterizes the concept of Inclusion. The second chapter deals with the family with a child with a...
Role of father in family with children with mental disability
Slabá, Magdalena ; Mužáková, Monika (advisor) ; Zemková, Jaroslava (referee)
This diploma thesis deals with father of a child with mental disability. Thesis is divided in the theoretical and the experimental part. The theoretical part contains information about the role of fathers and men in families with a child with mental disabilities. Experimental part presents research using internet questionnaire focused on the role of father a child with mental disabilities. The second part of the research were related phenomenological interviews with fathers of children with intellectual disabilities or autism. The aim of the research is to describe and capture the experiences of these men.
Enhancing parental competencies for children with developmental dysphasia
Součková, Helena ; Zemková, Jaroslava (advisor) ; Housarová, Blanka (referee)
ANNOTATION: This thesis is concerned with problems of parents with children suffering from specific language impainnent, with their parental competencies and their fortification. The thesis consists of six individual chapters. The first four chapters are theoretical, aimed at definition of basic tenns such as family, disability, speech therapy, cooperation of the speech therapist with the family of a child suffering from SLI. The fourth chapter features an analysis of accessible foreign parental programmes and also a brief characterization of domestic citizen-action public providing logopaedic or other care to people with disabilities. The fifth chapter includes an own support programme for parents of children with specific language impairment. The sixth chapter is of practical orientation; it consists of an analysis of an inquiry via questionnaire. Parents of children with specific language impainnent are the respondents of this inquiry. The aim of the above mentioned inquiry is to ascertain demand for parental support courses. KEY WORDS: family of a child with impaired communication skills, parental competencies, parental support programme, specific language impainnent

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