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Usage of therapeutic concept for pupils with physical and combined disability
Viktorinová, Ivana ; Šumníková, Pavlína (referee) ; Hájková, Vanda (advisor)
The aim of this Master Thesis is to make a list of therapeutic concepts that are used for physically and multiple disabled pupils in the Grammar schools for the multiple disabled pupils. We will mainly focus on which therapies are offered by these schools and how many pupils use them and make benefit from them.
Possibility of using dance for people with mental disabilities
Zámyslická, Květa ; Zemková, Jaroslava (referee) ; Šumníková, Pavlína (advisor)
The Diploma thesis "Possibility of using dance for people with mental disabilities" is providing of effects on dancing and movement to person with mental disabilities. Limited notions important for this thesis to get acquainted with some techniques of dance therapy and styles using for people with mental disabilities. Thesis describes using the dancing techniques in three visited institution. It suggests dance and movement lessons divided according to the age. A part of thesis is CD with several explained segment of belly dancing.
Education of Pupils in Rehabilitave Classes wtih a View to the Sensual Upbringing
Serbusová, Jana ; Šumníková, Pavlína (referee) ; Strnadová, Iva (advisor)
The aim of this disertation is the describes therapeutics methods, procedures and aids, whitch are offered and most frequently used in the teaching of sensual upbringing at the rehabilitave classes at the special basic school. The second part is devoted to a survey of therapeutics methods and procedures used for the education of pupils with mental higher and pupils with combined higher of education in accordance with the rehabilitave educational program of the rehabilitative classes at the basic schools for students with special needs in the area of sensual upbringing. The end of disertation is devoted to illustartions and a description of some, hand made, interesting aids in these classes.
Integration of children from special classes into elementary schools
Petřinová, Lucie ; Šumníková, Pavlína (referee) ; Mrkosová, Eva (advisor)
This thesis deals with integration of children from special classes into elementary schools. Its aim is to find out whether this integration contributes to improving of mutual relations and whether it improves motivation to live a good-quality life . The theoretical part is derived from professional literarure, describes and defines expressions connected with pre-school education and compulsory education. It also specifies health différencies of school children, deals with integration, child and behaviour development disorders, cephalonia and speech disorders. Through the research ,the children integration into a particular school is investigated in the practical part. The integration of five children in a particular school is observed through questionnaires , observations and dialoges.
The children with visual handicap and pre-school education
Fibrová, Eva ; Šumníková, Pavlína (referee) ; Mrkosová, Eva (advisor)
The children with visual handicap are the same as the healthy children. They have the same basic physical, psychical and feeling needs. Yet in addition, they have got special educational needs caused by their handicap. If they grow up in a good, stimulating and friendly surrounding, with suitable education program and global tyflopedic care, a lot of them can successfully join other adults in the society. We perceive our surrounding with all senses. The sense analyzers are working in inseparable mutuality. We can touch if vision is impossible. The sense of touch is spread all over our body, so we are feeling something continuously. We are attracted or repulsed by different materials. The sense of hearing is interpreting information about our surroundings. We can close our eyes, but hearing perceives all the time. Also the sense of smelling transfers messages from places wee cannot see. Well known smell can cause us to remember some images from our memory. Taste aids our imagination in the same way. Correctly performed sense exercises are the key issue in the integration of the children with visual handicap info the human society. The basic idea of the sense exercises is training the healthy senses to be able to compensate and reeducate missing or damaged vision.
Psychological and special pedagogical strategies acceptance of progressive visual impairment
Helebrantová, Petra ; Šumníková, Pavlína (referee) ; Květoňová, Lea (advisor)
Diploma thesis is focused on psychological and special pedagogical strategies acceptance of progressive visual impairment. The first chapter deals with the psyche of individuals with progressive visual impairment. It seeks to chart the possibilities of managing this difficult situation. Attention is also paid to the child's personality with progressive visual impairment. The second chapter focuses on issues of progressive visual impairment from a medical point of view. Describes a progressive visual condition of the child and adult age. Further follow up and selected diagnoses affect the human psyche. The third chapter discusses the possibilities of education and education of children, pupils and students with progressive visual impairment. This chapter also deals with the rehabilitation of adults with progressive visual impairment. The last chapter, the practical part of the thesis, deals with analysis of case studies. It's main objective was to analyze the life of a man with progressive visual disability in several areas. Emphasis was placed on how this handicapped people cope with their progressive visual impairment and how to use aids in the gradual deterioration of vision. Finally, attention was drawn to how progressive visual impairment affects the daily lives of people with visual disabilities.
Development of educational PC software for visually impaired children
Holá, Klára ; Kučera, Miloš (referee) ; Šumníková, Pavlína (advisor)
The diploma work is focused on development of educational PC software dedicated to visually impaired children. It is intended for junior school-aged children with visual abilities in category of middle and high level of low vision and also for children with disorders of binocular vision. The intention of this sotware is education of visually impaired children especially in domain of knowledge about the world of animals. It also helps children to reeducate their vision abilities.
Communication systems of deaf blind people
Louvarioti, Yiannoula ; Hádková, Kateřina (referee) ; Šumníková, Pavlína (advisor)
This thesis is dealing with the communication systems of deaf blind people. The theoretical part is focusing on the basic informations about deaf blindness - definitions, classification of deaf blind people, deaf blind personalities, the origination and the causes of handicap and syndromes which cause deafblindness. One of the chapters is oriented in compensation aids. The pivotal chapter is about the communication systems of the deaf blind persons. The purpose of my work is to map out the minority of deaf blind people in Czech republic, find out their communication potentialities and acquire informations about the problems that are facing during communication. The practical part of the thesis forms a research based on questionnaires for deaf blind people of the LORM association - society of deaf blind, one of the biggest associations of this kind today.
Visual therapy in the early and pre-school age.
Králová, Martina ; Šumníková, Pavlína (referee) ; Květoňová, Lea (advisor)
In my dissertation, I adress problems of vision therapies in early and preschool age of children. I am explaining each single term related to some kinds of vision therapies, sight perception and sight functions in the theoretical part. I also mention facilities for disabled children of preschool age. In the practical part of my dissertation, I adress accessability to aids for visually handicapped children in preschool age. I am comparing situation of children in special preschools with children being integrated and children, which do not go to preschool. I am trying to find out, how common printed informations are available and which aids are used most.
History and Present of the Home for visually impaired people Palata
Procházková, Radka ; Květoňová, Lea (advisor) ; Šumníková, Pavlína (referee)
My bachelor s thesis on the History and Present of the Home for visually impaired people Palata has been conceived as a complex statement. I divided it into three parts, each of them dealing with specific areas. The first part is dedicated to the history of the home. I mention not only important dates, persons, foundation documents, methods of working with inmates but also financing of the institution or political interests which influenced the life of inhabitants and staff. The second part is focused on contemporary run of the Palata. I talk about the objectives and tasks, conditions of acceptance of clients, as well as current methods of work with clients, above standard activities, organizational structure or entirelly fundamental reconstruction of the building. In the third part I deal with case studies, which I divided into four sections - visual impairment, childhood, adulthood and old age. Palata surveyed clients differ in the type of disability, whereas one has been blind since childhood, the other since old age, the third has a specific combination, she is deaf-blind. Each case report is unique and original.

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