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Child and the loss
The bachelor thesis addresses the issue of loss in the lives of preschool-age children. The theoretical part primarily focuses on the cognitive and emotional understanding of loss during the preschool period of a child. In connection with this, the theoretical section examines the most common losses in the lives of children within the family and preschool context. Additionally, other significant losses that children may encounter during the preschool period are introduced. The goal of the research part is to map the attitudes and experiences of parents and educators in preschools related to the losses that children cope with during this period. This objective will be achieved through qualitative research using semi-structured interviews. The research section also includes proposed activities that can help children recognize their emotions and work with them, assisting them in coping with losses encountered not only in the preschool period.
Analysis of the Speed of Cyclists Aged from 10 to 15 Years
Valentová, Hana ; Semela, Marek (referee) ; Bradáč, Albert (advisor)
The thesis is concerned with an analysis of speed of bicyclists in age between 10 and 15 years. The thesis examines differences in construction of children's bikes, describes relationship between a child and a bicycle, messures size of children's bikes and characterizes the procedure during an analysis of bike accidents. Internal parts of the thesis are statistical data from accident frequency and summarizing of actual state of understanding of following problems in this age category. The main purpose of this thesis is to make an analysis of speed for individual age categories and make an evaluation of results. This measurement will be completed by a measure of achievable brake deceleration of riders in age between 10 and 15 years. The purpose of this final thesis is an expansion of data for a forensic expertise in area of Traffic.
Maternity hospital
Kolář, Vojtěch ; Stehlík, Ondřej (referee) ; Mléčka, Jan (advisor)
A new concept of maternity hospital creates a place, where future mother is not stressed and where she feels free. A place, where birth is perceived as a common part of everyday life. It searches a compromise between birth at classical hospital environment on one side and birth at home on the other. Both aforementioned possibilities bring certain risks that are intended to be minimized using this concept. The idea is based on practice from birth facilities from Germany and creates new concept of so called „birth houses“ that is consistent with law in the Czech Republic. Design of maternity hospital should not be based solely on meeting technical requirements of a bulding, but first of all comfort of mothers should be taken into account to make them feel home.
Design of a multifunctional leg rest box
Schmidtová, Markéta ; Košťál, David (referee) ; Svoboda, Petr (advisor)
The bachelor thesis deals with the design of a multifunction car box, which increases the comfort of children in car seats. The first part will describe requirements for ergonomically correct seating and development of the child. The height positions will be defined from these data and then the design solution will be executed. In the end stressed states and optimized solutions will be proposed.
Design of Combined Pram
Smrčková, Milada ; Bukvald, Jiří (referee) ; Rubínová, Dana (advisor)
The main aim of this master’s thesis is the design of combined child stroller which will be accepted the demands and needs of the users, not only children but also their parrents. Outside the observance of general technical, structural and ergonimical parameters should be the base of design simplicity, originality and creativity, which should bereflected to all shape of parts of the stroller, but also in addressing the functional and structural elements. The aim is therefore also move the the design and function of children's strollers combined on the next level up.
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.
Nursery school, Brno
Sedláček, Jan ; Peterka, Tomáš (referee) ; Müller, Jan (advisor)
The subject of this work is the solution of a new building of nursery school in the village of Ivanovice. It is a cellarless, two-storey building for 40 childern. The floor plan is „L“ shaped with orientation of the classes to the south and west which provide enough rate (amount) of insolation which support good mood and development of the childern. The object is situated in medium sloping land mainly in the area of familly and residential houses. The main entrance to the building is situated on the south from where si access road to the object too. Comfort parking is provided by ten parking places, one is determined for disabled people. The lighting and ventilation of all rooms is provided by windows. Roofing is solved using of wooden truss in combination with single casing roof.
Mapping the role of the child in generation gap
Hrdličková, Michaela ; Zvírotský, Michal (advisor) ; Richterová, Magdalena (referee)
In my bachelor's thesis entitled Mapping the role of the child in intergenerational relationships using case studies, I focused on the important role of family upbringing in the life of the child and his/her relationship with the grandparents. Through qualitative research I looked for differences in parenting. In my small scale research sample, I met children who showed interest in their grandparents. In my work, I examined both people who are caring or have cared for a loved one and their reasons for doing so, as well as the elderly who are being cared for. I was interested in how satisfied they are with their care, and whether there is a difference between seniors who are intensively cared for by their loved ones or who are dependent on the care of other people in a facility. From the questionnaires I found out that people who care for someone regularly are extremely mentally and physically exhausted, but they do it gladly and with love. Some feel it is an obligation, but if they are able to provide care themselves, they always want to take care of their loved one. Seniors, whether living at home or in a facility, are happy to have someone helping them with their care and they are not alone. How each person deals with their old age is very individual, it depends on their satisfaction with the...

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