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Issues in Communication of Medical Staff and Persons with Mental Disabilities
Lacinová, Lenka ; Mužáková, Monika (advisor) ; Němec, Zbyněk (referee)
This thesis focuses on the issue of intercommunucation between medical personnel and persons with mental disabilities. The aim is to explore various communication approaches and attitudes of medical personnel towards mentally disabled patients, especially during medical examinations, via qualitative research. The literary overview section describes theoretical starting points with emphasis on mentally disabled persons' communication, as well as levels of professionality in relationships towards them. The empirical section deals with research, conducted in a form of seventeen interviews with six mentally disabled participants, five medical personnel and six social workers, who accompany their clients for medical appointments. The findings were processed by using a method of thematic analysis. It concludes, that despite improvements in approaches and attitudes of medics towards mental patients, discrimination is still prevalent, especially in cases of hospitalization and new registration with doctors. The research also shows, that approximately half of medical personnel patronise their adult patients with mental disabilities and puts them into juvenile role. A discrepany was observed in statements of medics versus the mentally disabled participants' and their accompanions. While the former claimed...
Comparison of approaches towards people with disability in Francoist Spain and socialist Czechoslovakia
Wudiová, Markéta ; Mužáková, Monika (advisor) ; Němec, Zbyněk (referee)
The thesis compares the position of people with disabilities in two non-democratic regimes of the 20th century, namely Francoist Spain and socialist Czechoslovakia. The attitudes of each regime and the state initiatives taken in the field of care for people with disabilities are analysed. The possibilities for the development of the various organisations and their activities are also described. The work also focuses on two areas of the life of a person with disabilities - education and employment. The findings presented are set in the historical context of each country. The method used is the analysis and interpretation of legislation, state documents and academic publications. The comparison presents common features in the field of disability care, such as lack of interest in the issue, efforts to unify disability support organisations and their control. Both states have established segregated education for persons with disabilities. The employment of persons with disabilities depended on the form of economic establishment. Protected employment in Czechoslovakia was mediated by Svaz invalidů (the Union of the Disabled). In Spain, ONCE played a key role in providing employment for people with visual impairments. The international context and the influence of religious institutions on the form of...
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.
Specifics of adolescence of the children with Down syndrome from their parents view
Tučková, Věra ; Mužáková, Monika (advisor) ; Zemková, Jaroslava (referee)
Title of bachelor work: The specifics of adolescence of the children with Down syndrome from their parents view Abstract The bachelor thesis called The specifics of adolescence of the children with Down syndrome from their parents view deals with the term Down syndrome, its origin and forms. The thesis concentrates in the behavior of the teen age children with Down syndrome. The thesis also touch the problem of sexual abuse of the mentally handicapped children, e.g. also children with the Down syndrome and the problem of the becoming independent of these children. The practical demonstrations show the worries of mothers of the children with Down syndrome and how the worries grow up with children age.
Contribution of Miloš Sovák to establishment and development of logopedic facilities till the year 1989
Vaclová, Zdeňka ; Mužáková, Monika (advisor) ; Durdilová, Lucie (referee)
The topic of this bachelor thesis is "The contribution of Miloš Sovák to establishment and development of logopedic facilities till the year 1989". It targets on respectable personality of the special pedagogy of Prof. MUDr. et PhDr. Miloš Sovák, DrSc. (1905 - 1989) and on his achievements in the area of logopedics primarily. This thesis deals with introducing of Miloš Sovák as a personality, it describes his role in the special pedagogy but it is mainly concerned with logopedic care in Czechoslovakia and with contribution of Miloš Sovák to establishment and development of logopedic facilities. The thesis explains and illustrates us Sovák's progressive thoughts and actions, which have led to a development of logopedics. This thesis is based on exploration and comparison of Sovák's publications and his professional articles and it is furthermore based on sources of other significant participating personalities.
Motherhood of Women with Heavy Visual Disability
Viktorová, Šárka ; Mužáková, Monika (advisor) ; Květoňová, Lea (referee)
In my work, I deal with motherhood from the perspective of mothers with severe visual impairment. I focused especially on parenthood planning, on the period of pregnancy, childbirth and stay in the maternity ward and on the care for the child from birth to the age of three. I was interested to find out, whether visually impaired mothers encounter prejudices on part of the well-sighted people, whether they were worried that they could give birth to a handicapped child, what are the difficulties that severely visually impaired mothers come across most often in the individual period of development of the child, if and how education of children is different from the perspective of visually impaired parents from the perspective of well-sighted parents and also whether the child growing up in a family with at least one visually impaired parent is deprived of something or whether, on the contrary, this family situation has any advantages for such child. The objective of my diploma thesis is to map out various aspects of life of visually impaired mothers with small children in the greatest detail, directly from the point of view of those women. I attempted to achieve this objective by means of a qualitative method research, in particular in the form of a structured interview with six visually impaired mothers.

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