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Hiporehabilitation as a means for (re)socializing people with spinal lesions
Pospíšilová, Johana ; Hájková, Vanda (advisor) ; Zulić, Marija (referee)
The diploma thesis deals with hyporehabilitation and its influence on the (re) socialization of people with spinal cord lesions in adulthood. The theoretical part deals with physical disability and then defines the spinal cord injury and its consequences reflected in the life of the individual and the individual social aspects into which the disability is intertwined. We also deal with hyporehabilitation and its division into individual categories and their goals. Hyporerehabilitation is introduced as a possible way for the resocialization of people with spinal lesions. In this work we will introduce the individual components of hipporehabilitation and introduce ways of working with clients in individual areas. Each area is aimed at developing a different aspect of human personality. In all areas, we emphasize and raise the impact on physical disability and personality traits that form specifically spinal lesions. For each type of hiporebilitation, we indicate its goal of action. These goals and categories intersect, with the chapters emphasizing the impact on disability. Based on the interviews, the life changes of a person with an acquired disability due to a spinal cord injury were described. In the analysis of individual interviews, we focused on their changes in behavior and also values, on...
Appearance of persistint primary reflexes of children in preschool and primary education
Kindlová, Barbora ; Volemanová, Marja Annemiek (advisor) ; Zulić, Marija (referee)
The diploma thesis focuses on persistent primary reflexes in younger school age children, their connection with the correct psychomotor development and insight ainto the connection of specific learning and behavioral disorders with persistent primary reflexes. In the theoretical part, the author describes the psychomotor development of a child based on the findings of developmental psychology and neurophysiology. The next part characterizes the primary reflexes and their influence on specific learning disabilities. At the end of the theoretical part, the author presents programs that are used to inhibit persistent primary reflexes in the Czech republic. In the empirical part of the work, the author describes the diagnosis implementation of persistent primary reflexes in younger school age children via test forms. The author presents the results using tables and graphs. The author confirms the assumption of the occurence of the highest values of persistent primary reflexes in the preparátory class children and states the percentage occurence of persistent primary reflexes in all tested groups. KEYWORDS Persisting primary reflexes, psychomotor development, specific learning disabilities
Specific of selected approaches in pre-shcool education of children with autism spectrum
Strýčková, Karolína ; Němec, Zbyněk (advisor) ; Zulić, Marija (referee)
The presented masters thesis deals with selected educational approaches that are used in preschool children with autism spectrum disorder. The theoretical part defines the broad concept of autism, the role of preschool education, and describes methods of work with autistic children of the given age. It also explains the basic characteristics of the Son-Rise program, Applied Behavioral Analysis and TEACCH. In the empiric part within the qualitative research survey, the thesis aims to obtain an overview of the views of teachers focused on the advantages and disadvantages of selected methods. KEYWORDS autism spectrum disorders, TEACCH, Son-Rise program, applied behavior analysis, educational approaches, autism, preschool education
Predictors of Social Participation of CHildren with Cerebral Palsy in Primary Schools in the Czech Republic and Republic of Serbia
Zulić, Marija ; Hájková, Vanda (advisor) ; Vítková, Marie (referee) ; Bartoňová, Miroslava (referee)
The main aim of this dissertation is to determine the predictors of social participation of pupils with cerebral palsy in elementary schools in the Czech Republic and the Republic of Serbia which, in other words, means identifying factors that could determine the level of its social participation in primary education. Considering the fact that it is established that the participation of pupils with cerebral palsy is an important indicator of their successful social participation in adolescence and adulthood, it is necessary to estimate the factors that influence their participation in school age. Social participation is within this dissertation viewed from the perspective of independent execution of non-academic school activities that the pupils with cerebral palsy are performed daily in the school environment, which they need in order to be able to fulfill the academic obligations expected from them. In order to assess their participation in the school environment, the first and third part of the SFA questionnaire were used (The School Function Assessment), in order to measure pupils' participation in 6 situations within the school environment and 21 concrete non- academic school activities. As independent variables, we have determined 9 individual factors that relate to the characteristics of...

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