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Title :障害幼児の統合保育上の課題 : 保育士へのアンケート調査結果より
Title alternative :Understanding Problems of Early Intervention for Infants with Development Disabilities : Through Survey of Nursing Tasks for Integrated Disabled Infants
Authors :中村, 哲雄
Authors alternative :Nakamura, Tetsuo
Issue Date :1-May-2003
Abstract :This paper aims to examine the problems and tasks of early intervention for infants with developmental disabilities through questionnaires given to nursing teachers in Na ha city. The questionnaires consisted of following items, such as ability of the activities of daily lives, speech utterance, social relationship, body and fingers movement, and hand-in-hand behavior in emotional relations with other children. Results were as follows About 70% of disabled children on the activities of daily life behavior were well and normal. As of speech utterance, the half of them was normal, but the others were recognized non speech and utterance. Social relationship was similar to the speech, that is, the half was normal and the rest was non. Body and fingers movement was mostly no problems found except children with cerebral palys. Behavior of hand in and was also good condition in nearly 70% children but other 30% were needed to give taking much care of developing emotional relationship with other children. More concrete discussions are stated in the paper
Type Local :紀要論文
ISSN :1345-0476
Publisher :琉球大学教育学部附属障害児教育実践センター
URI :http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12000/5096
Citation :琉球大学教育学部障害児教育実践センター紀要 = The bulletin of the Research and Clinical Center for Handicapped Children no.5 p.67 -76
Appears in Collections:No.5 (2003)

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