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Type of publication: master thesis
Field of Science: Edukologija / Education (S007)
Author(s): Staškevičienė, Bronė
Title: Socialinės paslaugos šeimoms, auginančioms specialiųjų ugdymosi poreikių vaikus
Other Title: The requirement of social services in families with invalid children
Extent: 73 p.
Date: 21-Jun-2005
Keywords: specialūs ugdymo poreikiai;reqirement;socialinės paslaugos;children;vaikai;social services;family
Abstract: The requirement of social services is growing constantly in Lithuania. It is necessary to increase the number of social services because the number of them is too little at this time. Especially there are many social problems in the country. The goodness and health of the family and children depend on the social condition of family. Families having invalid children often need some help and some social service. The aim of the master’s work is to analyse in the requirement of social services in families, have invalid children. Also there is a purpose to find out if invalid children who live in country have good possibilities to go to educational institutions. For the research there was used questionnaire of parents who have invalid children. The analysis the needs of social sevices has shown that families need varioes consulations and advice. Also they need possibility of using transport services and possibility of taking children to day centres. Families, which live in the country, need help in agricultural works very much too. Having estimated the results of the research analysed in the bachelor’s work, we suggest to extend groups of children’s upbringing and educational classes. Otherway invalid children still need to go to Šiauliai, Vilnius, Panėvežys. Also we suggest providing children with day care service because there children could feel home surroundings.
Affiliation(s): Švietimo akademija
Vytauto Didžiojo universitetas
Appears in Collections:VDU, ASU ir LEU iki / until 2018

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