Sökning: "support to parents with disabilities"
Visar resultat 1 - 5 av 26 avhandlingar innehållade orden support to parents with disabilities.
1. Children with blindness: Developmental aspects, comorbidity and implications for education and support
Sammanfattning : The overall aim of this research is to deepen the knowledge about developmental aspects, comorbidity and implications for education and support provision, regarding children with blindness. Special focus is directed towards children with blindness and autism spectrum disorder (ASD). LÄS MER
2. One more time! : parents' and habilitation teams' conceptions of conductive education and support to children with motor disabilities
Sammanfattning : The aim of this dissertation has been to increase the knowledge about support to children with CP injuries and to find out what they and their families need, expect, desire and can hope to receive. The aim is also to describe conductive education and investigate what ideas and experiences children, parents and habilitation staff have of it. LÄS MER
3. Playground accessibility and usability for children with disabilities : experiences of children, parents and professionals
Sammanfattning : Studies have identified barriers in the physical environment causing restricted participation in play activities for children with disabilities. Therefore, was the overall aim of this thesis to identify and explore aspects of playground accessibility and usability for children with disabilities based on the experiences of children, parents and professionals. LÄS MER
Sammanfattning : BaksidestextBarnmisshandel är ett omfattande folkhälsoproblem med långsiktiga negativa konsekvenser för den enskilda individen och för samhället i stort. Förebyggande insatser kan vara livsavgörande för de utsatta barnen. LÄS MER
Sammanfattning : The introduction of personal assistance in Sweden in 1994 showed an ambition by policymakers to ameliorate the conditions of persons with extensive disabilities. The legislators expressed a vision of autonomy and integrity, and that persons with considerable disabilities should lead a life like others. LÄS MER