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Social work and personnel management tools in the employment of people with disabilities in work integration social enterprise
The aim of the diploma thesis is to acquaint with the area of employment of persons with disabilities in a work integration social enterprise. This goal was achieved by studying professional literature, related legislation, realized studies and researches and other sources with follow-up qualitative research. The entire thesis is divided into two parts - theoretical and practical. The basis for the theoretical part is the analysis of the above-mentioned professional literature and other related sources. This part is divided into seven chapters, which will introduce us the topic and define basic terms - needs, definition of disability, methods of social work, comprehensive system of rehabilitation, employment of persons with disabilities, social entrepreneurship and specific conditions for employment of persons with disabilities. The practical part is processed using the method of qualitative research, which aim is to find out which personnel management tools and which methods of social work are used in work integration social enterprises employing people with disabilities and also to analyze what role and function these enterprises have in a comprehensive system of rehabilitation with emphasizing his social and work components. To achieve these goals, three research questions are set. These questions are intended to clarify the specific personnel management tools and social work methods used in practice, their influence and the influence of employment in a work integration social enterprise on the further work and social integration of persons with disabilities, as well as what role and function have these enterprises in a comprehensive system of rehabilitation from the point of view of individual transitional and follow-up tools for the work integration of disadvantaged persons.
Physiotherapy of patients after a stroke in the home environment
The bachelor thesis is divided into a theoretical part and a review study. The theoretical part is described in three chapters. The first chapter of the theoretical part deals with stroke. It also describes epidemiology, pathogenesis, risk factors, clinical picture, diagnostics and treatment of stroke. It also dedicated to the consequences and prevention of stroke. The second chapter is devoted to coordinated rehabilitation, which is crucial in the care of stroke patients. This chapter further describes the multidisciplinary team and its work, institutions providing physiotherapy, patient care and medical rehabilitation of stroke patients, and physiotherapy methods used in the treatment of stroke survivors. The third chapter of the theoretical part describes the return of patients to their home environment and includes a sub-chapter where set of recommendations for patients and their families is made. For the review study, 20 researches were selected and result tables were created from them. In these tables it is possible to find a description of the physiotherapy techniques used in studies, the members of the multidisciplinary team in the home environment, the characteristics of the research group, the frequency of physiotherapy and a note containing the topic of the article.
Mezioborová spolupráce v koordinované rehabilitaci pohledem dvou oborů: sociální práce a fyzioterapie
ZEMAN, Jaroslav
The coordinated rehabilitation approach is considered to be an expected approach to the patient who, among other things, fulfills fundamental human rights. Coordinated rehabilitation is a demanding process that places great demands on interdisciplinary cooperation. Social workers and physiotherapists often contact the client / patient earlier as part of a coordinated rehabilitation. In the theoretical part, this work describes the current state, tries to reflect the challenges of today, further clarifies physiotherapy and social work, how these fields are understood in the Czech Republic in the early 21st century. , also the benefits and obstacles of coordinated rehabilitation. Practical part. The research question of the thesis is whether coordinated rehabilitation is used in the practice of social work and physiotherapy. It compares views of social work and physiotherapy. Using the grounded method (GTM), the phenomenon gradually appears in the work, when on the one hand social workers and physiotherapists see the benefits and possibilities of coordinated rehabilitation, on the other hand the description of practical use of KR does not correspond to the theoretical anchoring of KR. Thus, the work further deepens the knowledge and tries to understand this phenomenon more, chooses subjective obstacles, which he describes in more detail according to the research. In the discussion, the works need possible connections between motivation and philosophical conception of a person to cooperate in a coordinated rehabilitation. Answers research questions. It compares how the views of physiotherapy and social work differ and discusses the results with current professional literature. I summarize everything in the end of the work.
Hippotherapy as a method of treatment within comprehensive rehabilitation system of children with disabilities.
This bachelor thesis describes hippotherapy, which is one of the important treatment methods for people with disabilities. I pay particular attention to how it has affected and affects their state of health in accordance with other therapies of a comprehensive rehabilitation system. The work is divided into two parts. The theoretical part focuses on various definitions of disability and on individual groups of people with disabilities. It also briefly defines zootherapy and its division. A significant part is devoted to hippotherapy itself, which is crucial for this work. It describes the members of the hipporehabilitation team, the course of hippotherapy, possible indications and contraindications, among other criteria that are important for choosing a suitable horse. The last chapter focuses on coordinated rehabilitation and its individual means. In the empirical part, the legal guardians of selected children were interviewed through semi-structured interviews. The information found on the process and benefits of hippotherapy was written down into individual case studies. The collected data from the practical part confirmed the complexity and effectiveness of hippotherapy as a treatment method. This bachelor thesis can be helpful to students, but also to the general public to easier orientation and understanding of hipporehabilitation, subsequently hippotherapy.
The role of the multidisciplinary team in geriatric palliative care in the context of comprehensive rehabilitation
My thesis focuses on the role of a multidisciplinary team in the context of the coordinated rehabilitation with the special emphasis on the teamwork in the geriatric palliative care. The aim of the thesis is to map palliative the geriatric care and the roles, activities and tasks of members of multidisciplinary teams. It should also map their interconnection and possible limits in their teamwork. Another aim of my paper is to look at the geriatric palliative care using the perspective of the coordinated rehabilitation. The work consists of two main parts. The first part is theoretical and describes the current state of the topic. The second part focuses on the research goal of the work. The research questions are outlined, the methodology described, and the research itself is presented, including its results. The thesis also includes discussion and conclusion. The results of my thesis can provide readers with the opportunity to get an insight into the work of multidisciplinary teams in the geriatric palliative care, in the context of the comprehensive (coordinated) rehabilitation.
Intergenerational solidarity in terms of the coordinated rehabilitation
The diploma thesis deals with Intergenerational Solidarity in the context of Coordinated Rehabilitation. The thesis is divided into 2 parts - a theoretical part and an empirical part. The theoretical part deals with terms that are related to the topic or the thesis. The first chapter is focused on Intergenerational Solidarity as a general concept and on Intergenerational Solidarity that we might encounter in a family environment. The forms of Intergenerational Solidarity are mentioned in the same chapter. The second chapter is focused on Coordinated Rehabilitation, its definitions and targets, as well as a description of the individual components of Coordinated Rehabilitation. The operations of Multidisciplinary team are described further in this chapter. In the end of the second chapter there is a definition of the International Classification of Functionary, Disability and Health, as well as a definition of important terms, principles and targets. The third chapter deals with a disability, its origin and kinds. The fourth chapter is focused on a child with disability and their family. The period of time when parents are coping with the fact that their child is not healthy is described in this chapter, following are the factors that affect an acceptance of the child with disability by their parents. This chapter also covers functioning of a family with a disabled child - relationships among siblings, support and help from immediate and extended family, friends, community and institutions. Issues related to the special needs kids care in the home environment as well as in the special needs facilities are described in the fourth chapter. The end of the fourth chapter is focused on the future of the children with disabilities. The goal of my thesis is to find out a role of Intergenerational Solidarity in special needs kids care. The goal of the thesis is based on answering research questions. The first question is focused on the aspects of a life of families that are taking care of children with disabilities and where we can meet with Intergenerational Solidarity. The second research question looks into if Intergenerational Solidarity is factor that might affect placing children with disabilities in special needs facilities. In the empirical part of the diploma thesis is used a method of a qualitative research in a form of semi-structured interview. The research is made up by 6 communicative partners who are caring about the kid with disability and have at least 1 healthy kid. The results are analyzed with the help of a open coding. Research shows that Intergenerational Solidarity has its role in the lives of the families with disabled kids. The extent of this importance is affected by many individual factors. Intergenerational Solidarity is primarily important in emotional and technical assistance. These fields can significantly help to improve life of whole family. Also, it was discovered that Intergenerational Solidarity might be one of the crucial factors that help to decide if the kids will be places in special needs facilities in a long term. But it emerged that not always parents see an avoidance of an institutional care as the best for their kid. The results of the research could be used to to raise an awareness among people that are close to the family that even a little help from them can play a great importance for the family.
Animal Assisted Activity and Therapy in the Context of Coordinated Rehabilitation
The diploma thesis is concerned with the provision of animal-assisted activities and therapies for children with disabilities within the social services in the South Bohemian region. The diploma thesis aims to investigate the mode of providing animal-assisted activities and therapies from the point of view of workers who perform zootherapy in the social services organizations. The thesis is divided into a theoretical and a research part. The theoretical part deals with zootherapy in the context of coordinated rehabilitation and the very definition of zootherapy. Methods, forms and organizations that deal with zootherapy are summarized. Furthermore, the most common types of zootherapy are listed. The practical part presents the research component of the issue, aimed to answer the main research question: How are animal-assisted activities and therapies provided? Qualitative research was used, carried out using the method of questioning and the technique of semi-structured interview. The research group consisted of 7 informants, who were selected through intentional selection and purposeful selection technique. The results were processed by data analysis using grounded theory. According to research, the most used methods in social services are animal-assisted activities and animal-assisted therapy, especially canistherapy and hyporehabilitation. Activities and therapy run through entirely different courses. The activities are mainly educational and motivational in character and they have a psychological effect. The therapy focuses primarily on the physiology. According to the research, zootherapy has a unique position and application in the system of coordinated rehabilitation. The contribution of the diploma thesis lies in the integrity of the topic and its inclusion in the topic of coordinated rehabilitation, which is currently an important element in health and social care. The result of the research part can also motivate other workers and organizations in the social and health field to involve zootherapy in their sphere of work.
Early care in the light of coordinated rehabilitation
Early care is a field social service, which provides necessary help and support to parents with a handicapped child. It offers the family many options and, besides other things, valuable advice about the correct early care of a child with a disability. Early care is very important and it needs to be provided within a multidisciplinary team of experts. Nevertheless, cooperation with doctors and with especially paediatricians is not ideal and sometimes, unfortunately, not even real.Qualitative research was chosen to achieve the aims of this diploma thesis. As a method of data collection, the method of questioning was chosen, which took place with individual informants using semi-structured interviews. The data were processed by the technique of grounded theory using three-step coding and determination of grounded statements. The data, which complements the whole empirical part of the diploma thesis, were graphically represented in the ATLAS.ti software programme. The analysis of the data revealed that early care workers consider cooperation in coordinated rehabilitation to be an important part of their professional activities. The results revealed that there are a total of seven early care providers in the South Bohemian Region who have different experiences of cooperation with individual professionals, doctors, and paediatricians. The biggest problem of early care is a difficult establishment of cooperation with paediatricians, who do not refer their patients' parents to the use of early care services. On the contrary, some early care workers revealed that there are also collaborations with medics that are very good and beneficial. Within the bounds of coordinated rehabilitation, early care also cooperates with other entities with which they have very well-established cooperation.This diploma thesis may serve as an informative material not only for early care providers but also for the paediatricians themselves, other health professionals, professionals, or other entities.
Coordinated Rehabilitation in the Nursing Home
The diploma thesis deals with the use of coordinated rehabilitation in a nursing home. The main goal of the thesis was to find out the possibilities and limits of providing coordinated rehabilitation in a nursing home from the perspective of members of a multidisciplinary team. In the theoretical part of the thesis, the basic concepts were defined. In the practical part, the main research question was answered: How do the members of the multidisciplinary team perceive the provision of coordinated rehabilitation in a nursing home? A qualitative research strategy, a questioning method and a semi-structured interview technique were chosen for the research survey. Data analysis was performed using elements of grounded theory. The research set consisting of 8 informants was selected through intentional selection and purposeful sampling. The research showed that the interviewed social workers are aware of coordinated rehabilitation, in contrast to the health and care workers, who perceive it only as medical rehabilitation. After clarifying the concept, these workers were also able to name and classify activities into individual components of coordinated rehabilitation. The research shows that informants perceive the improvement of care, provision of comprehensive care, effective cooperation of a multidisciplinary team, transmission of complete information about clients, provision of experts, education and expansion of the range of activities and therapies as possibilities for providing coordinated rehabilitation. As limits of the provision of coordinated rehabilitation, informants perceive the absence of legislative definition, which causes the lack of information about this concept, lack of funds and methodological procedures for coordinated rehabilitation, reluctance to cooperate, employee overload, lack of time and professional staff. The results of the research will serve as a basis for improving the quality of care provided using the concept of coordinated rehabilitation in a selected nursing home.
Awareness of the Teachers of secondary health School about Coordinated Rehabilitation
The bachelor thesis entitled "Awareness of secondary medical school teachers about coordinated rehabilitation" deals with coordinated rehabilitation and cooperation in a multidisciplinary team. Purpose of the task is to find out the awareness of secondary school teachers about coordinated rehabilitation. The task is spread into theoretical and practical part. The theoretical part deals with basic concepts and legislative requirements related to coordinated rehabilitation. The individual components of coordinated rehabilitation are described here, focusing on the pedagogical-educational component. Here you will find information about working in a multidisciplinary team within the pedagogical process. The practical task describes the research methodology. The task is based on qualitative research. An interview was chosen as the research method. It was a knowledge interview that contained 20 questions. Interviews were conducted with three teachers of high medical schools. Obtained information was processed by thematic analysis. From results was found that teachers know coordinated rehabilitation, despite its absence in the framework educational program. It was also found that teachers do not work in a multidisciplinary team.

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