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Physical exercise, in combination with the application of appropriate psycho-educational methods, can contribute positively to the education and rehabilitation of children with Prader-Willi syndrome. For a child with Prader-Willi syndrome aged 10 years, a 30-week equine-assisted course of therapy was implemented, with one session per week lasting 3...
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The present study focused on the implementation of the PLAI Program in a boy with Sotos syndrome, aged 10 years. The aim was to describe the results regarding the communication skills of the child after the pilot implementation of the specific Curriculum. Video observation and analysis were used to assess the child's communication skills, both befo...
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This study negotiates the quality of life of 59 parents of children with disabilities. The WHOQOL-BRIEF (1996) psychometric tool was used to assess participants' quality of life. Also, the influence of the parent's gender, the type of disability of the child, the existence of other children without disability in the family and the socio-economi...
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This article reports on a study of self-esteem and empathy among 46 children and adolescents with visual impairments that were recruited from various regions in Greece. Although self-esteem and empathy are important components for any child’s development, we have not been able to identify a conclusive body of literature that investigate the variabl...
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The aim of the study was to evaluate motor development and adaptive behavior of visually impaired children and adolescents without any other disability, aged 6-14 years old. Thirty-seven (37) children and adolescents with visual impairment and thirty seven (37) children and adolescents without visual impairment took part in the study.
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One of the most important factors contributing to the success of inclusive education for children with and without disabilities is the positive attitude on the part of students towards children with disabilities and inclusive education. The recent development of inclusion and inclusion programs in secondary education in many countries makes it nece...
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The aim of the present study is to investigate the adaptive behavior of 37 low or medium functioning autistic children and adolescents and 37 non-autistic children and adolescents, aged from 6 to 16 years old, attending various schools in Greece. The Vineland Adaptive Behavior Scale (VABS) (Sparrow, Balla, & Cicchetti, 1984) was used in order to as...
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The aim of the present study was to evaluate and investigate the relationship between motor development and self-esteem in 37 children and adolescents only with visual impairment and no other impairment, and in 37 children and adolescents with typical development. The chronological age of the participants was between 8 and 14 years old. The short f...
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The latest years, the Asperger syndrome preoccupies more and more the educational community. According to the Diagnostic and Statistic Manual of American Psychiatry Company DSM-IV-TR, it constitutes one of five disorder subcategories related to the Diffuse Developmental Disturbances. The purpose of this present study was the effectiveness identific...
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To adopt a training program for a person with “cri-du-chat-syndrome” presents one with many difficulties because of the specific communication disorders, the display of behavioral problems, and the motor-functional abnormalities that characterize the above syndrome. In this particular case study, speech and intelligence of the child are not fully d...

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