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Specifics of a family with a handicapped child
Ringmaierová, Radka ; Mužáková, Monika (advisor) ; Valešová Malecová, Barbara (referee)
The diploma thesis is focused on researching the impact of a disabled child on the family from birth to adulthood and follows the specifics of a family with a disabled child. It is about the effect on the family as a whole, as well as the effect on individual family members and the relationships between them. An important aspect is also the impact on the formation of relationships between siblings and relatives, as well as the influence on the social environment of the family. In the theoretical part, the thesis deals with basic concepts such as family and its functions and factors affecting it, disability, types and consequences of disability. In the practical part, the work focuses on researching the impact of a disabled child on the family from birth to adulthood. The goal of this work was the best possible understanding of the impact of the arrival of a disabled child in the family and the impact of the newly created situation on family members. The main topic is to focus on their states and reactions in the individual stages of life with a disabled child and to find out how and in what form it is possible to help eliminate the negative effects of a disabled child on individual family members and their own lives. KEYWORDS family, disability, socialization, integration, social support
Analysis of Employment of People with Health Disability
Bolfová, Michaela ; Ivanič, Ján (referee) ; Musilová, Helena (advisor)
The bachelor thesis elaborates on the problematic of the employment of people with health disability, according to the legal setting of Czech Republic. It points out the benefits coming from employing people with health disabilities, just as much as the support of the state. It is focused on the analysis of the status of the number of employees with a health disability, employment of specific people and donations in a selected trade company.
Validation of Web Accessibility
Krásný, Kamil ; Trchalík, Roman (referee) ; Očenášek, Pavel (advisor)
The subject matter of this project is accessibility of web pages and possibilities of its automated validation. This thesis defines what web accessibility really is and identifies what disabilities can users of the Internet suffer from. The main goal is to analyse and to compare current web accessibility rules valid in the USA, in the European Union and in the Czech Republic and to research existing validators as well. The tools are divided into the following categories: Online tools, toolbars and desktop applications. The output of this project is in form of specification and implementation of a new validation tool.
The Issue of Financing the Care of Handicapped Children and Suggestions for its Improvement
Šálková, Petra ; Putnová, Anna (referee) ; Hanušová, Helena (advisor)
Bachelor thesis focuses on very little popularized, but very serious issue of financing care for disabled children. The theoretical part explains the general concept of disability, its types and consequences. In the practical part is executed the SLEPT analysis, which defines the integration of these children and their families in society, their physical and financial demands, the possibility of intervention and state social assistance system and the legal basis of these claims. Subsequently are described in detail examples of practices from the perspective of income for families and institutions, in contrast with their financial needs.
Blansko - a city barrier-free?
Cacková, Anna ; Tichý, Jan (referee) ; Pavlovský, Tomáš (advisor)
The content of the bachelor's thesis deals with the current state of specific sections using disabled people in the city of Blansko. The theoretical part of the thesis presents the city of Blansko, its surroundings and history. The next part is called barrier-free disabilities, where the individual categories of disabilities, the principles of movement and orientation, legislation in connection with disabled people, statistical data and elements of the barrier-free space are defined. The practical part expects the movement of blind people on selected routes. It evaluates the accessibility of buildings for blind people and opinions on other problem areas related to the movement of disabled people in selected sections.
Daneková, Petra ; Topínková, Anita (referee) ; Klodová, Lenka (advisor)
In my final work I deal with the topic of handicap, disability and otherness. Any otherness causes fear in society, fear of ignorance. Being healthy, "normal," means the assumption of a full-fledged life of modern man. A disabled person, whether physically or mentally, does not meet these priorities and ideas of normality. I try to point out the handicap positively, not to hide it. I also work on the qualities of beauty and ugliness because they are very similar to health and disability issues. My final work is focused on the affected bodies. The result is a set of exposed objects that, in conjunction with the installation, can act as luxury goods. The work consists of about fifteen hand-sewn gloves of various shapes and materials. They are very extraordinary objects that only "sit" for the chosen. The aim of the work is to contribute to works that seek to promote disability in art or culture.
Barriere-free work (produce) environment
Boleslavská, Yvona ; Šindlar, Jiljí (referee) ; doc.Ing.arch.Peter Daniel,PhD. (referee) ; Ing.Kateřina Poláčková (referee) ; Urbášková, Hana (advisor)
This dissertation Barrier-free Work Environment examines and emphasizes some elements, which are projected and will be projected even more into architectural production – architect’s work. Buildings designed specially to create a working environment accessible for disabled people are of a current interest and they will become a very prominent subject of social development in the future, because it will be necessary to react sensitively to the disproportions in human abilities and in the society’s capability to create new workplaces, implement progressive technologies, computer systems, and last but not least, to react to new possibilities of people’s creative invention. This thesis is based on the key definitions for this topic – the terms health and handicap. It is aimed at the ethics of communication in a society and its perception by a person with some kind of disability – handicap. This thesis also analyzes the limits of human possibilities in the context of contemporary and future progressive technologies. The topic of accessible workplaces necessarily derives from the historical development of workplaces, and it indicates the future trends of development. An important part of this thesis is concerned with the conditions for creating a friendly working environment, not only from the aspect of the construction itself, but mainly by the interior design, its flexible furniture, and special work tools not only for the handicapped. This dissertation and its contribution to the scholarly research are based on evaluation of an opinion survey, whose respondents were companies employing handicapped people. The analysis and consequent synthesis of the answers given by the employers of the disadvantaged people brought pieces of information, which are summarized in conclusions and recommendations.
Job opportunities for the people with vision disabilities
Jelínková, Kateřina ; Povolná, Pavla (advisor) ; Mertl, Jiří (referee)
The diploma thesis deals with the issue of "Employment opportunities for the people with vision disabilities", which is examined theoretically and with the help of empirical research. The main goal of the work is make analysis of work opportunities and possibilities on the protected labor market and to define the factors that have a positive effect on obtaining contact with a potential employer and thus on the potential obtaining and maintenance of employment for people with vision disabilities in the Czech Republic. The work is based on theoretical starting points in the social field of employment of people with vision disabilities according to Bubeníková (2014) or according to O'Reilly (2018), and also on the social health field focused on the description of people with vision disabilities and the blind according to Ludíková (2005) and Novosada (2011) and also from the field of healthcare, specifically ophthalmology. I see this topic as important for improving the integration of disabled people into the labor process of the Czech Republic and improving job offers on the labor market. The other aim of the thesis is to map job opportunities for people with vision disabilities and define the factors that have a positive effect on getting in touch with a potential employer and thus also on offering a...
Vzdělávání žáků se SVP z pohledu učitele SŠ
Weiss, Petr
This bachelor’s thesis focuses on the issue of educating students with special edu-cational needs in secondary schools. The aim of the bachelor’s thesis is to un-derstand, describe and interpret how their teachers approach the education of these students. In order to better understand the issue, the basic terminology and legal framework of the subject will be introduced in the first part of the thesis. Afterwards the various disabilities that special educational needs of students stem from will be presented, followed by an examination of the support options avai-lable to teachers from schools and other institutions. In the conclusion of the theoretical part, I will discuss various approaches to stu-dents with special educational needs from different perspectives. In the practical part of this thesis, I will describe the results of the exploratory sur-vey, which will be conducted by a qualitative method through semi-structured in-terview as its tool. The collected data will be analyzed using open coding metho-dology.

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