Ikimokyklinio amžiaus vaikų emocinės raidos ir elgesio sutrikimų korekcija

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Lietuvių kalba / Lithuanian
Ikimokyklinio amžiaus vaikų emocinės raidos ir elgesio sutrikimų korekcija
Alternative Title:
Intervention of emotional development and behaviour disorders of pre-school children
In the Journal:
Specialusis ugdymas [Special Education]. 2003, Nr. 1 (8), p. 15-30
Bendradarbiavimas su tėvais; Elgesio sutrikimai; Emocinių ir elgesio sutrikimų korekcija; Emocinė raida; Ikimokyklinis amžius; Reabilitacijos pagalba.
Behavioral disorders; Behaviour disorders; Cooperation with parents; Correction o motional and behavioral disorders; Emotional development; Emotional developmental; Pre-school age; Pre-school children's; Rehabilitation service.
Summary / Abstract:

LTStraipsnyje nagrinėjamas ikimokyklinio amžiaus vaikų emocijų ir elgesio sutrikimų korekcijos efektyvumas. Problema aktuali tuo, kad emocinės raidos ypatingumai gana dažnai susiję tiek su auklėjimo šeimoje stiliumi, tiek su kitais 3-5 metų vaikų raidos sutrikimais. Laiku nekoreguojant, emocinės raidos ir elgesio nukrypimai mokykliniame amžiuje tampa asmenybės ir socialinės adaptacijos problemomis. Lietuvos ikimokyklinio ugdymo institucijos stokoja reabilitacijos pagalbos sutrikusio elgesio vaikui bei šeimai strategijų. [Iš leidinio]

ENThe article discusses die effectiveness of intervention of pre-school children's emotional and behavior disorders. The problem is very actual because peculiarities of emotional development very often concern the style of education in the family as well as other developmental disorders of 3-5 years old children. Absence of proper intervention could cause the problems of social adaptation because of individual's developmental and behavior disorders at school age. Children who don't attend pre-school institutions could get support for education in the family by the early rehabilitation services. The disorders of behavior and emotional development that demand professional help are of different character: child's sensitivity, anxiety, phobia, enuresis; communication problems, disobedience, aggression, hyperactivity and others. Early rehabilitation service provides complex support for the child with behavior intervention is developed with concrete tasks, goals and strategies. Parents of such children very often need help as well hence the programme envisages different ways of helping the family. The main strategies of impact applied by the early rehabilitation service are conversation, observation, game therapy, drawing therapy, behavior therapy, therapy of the family and child's relations the aim of which is improving the child's self-control, communicative abilities, more independence and self-confidence, less aggression, better social skills etc. Parents have different attitude to the child's behavior and emotional problems. Some parents are rather skeptical about the psychological tasks given to their child considering the child's behavior normal according to his age.They attend the sessions together with the child and participate in them but they never consult and ignore the given tasks. Other parents do their best to be active, they consult and follow the given recommendations, fulfill their home tasks. The third group of parents leaves all the responsibility for the specialists, they are only passive observers themselves, they never consult, ignore recommendations of fulfill them very irregularly. The hypothesis has been proved that effective results could be achieved if not only a child but all his family actively participated in the rehabilitation process. Consulting parents, teaching how to communicate with their child have a positive effect not only on the child's behavior but it changes parents' attitude to the child's needs, the style of bringing up as well. The present boundaries of activity of the early rehabilitation service guarantee efficient though short pedagogical and psychological support to the child and his family nevertheless its effect could be more enduring. [Text from author]

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