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Razvoj nove rehabilitacijske metode skozi plezanje za otroke z Downovim sindromom
Lorenz, Jona (Author), Predan, Barbara (Mentor) More about this mentor... This link opens in a new window

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Abstract
V pričujoči magistrski nalogi sem reševala problem pomanjkanja gibanja otrok z Downovim sindromom ter načine in pristope pri motiviranju ob plezalnih aktivnostih. V praksi sem z različnimi metodami storitvenega oblikovanja in s šetvilnimi iteracijami testirala različne načine in pristope, ki bi pripomogli k večji motiviranosti za plezanje in homogenosti skupine pri izvajanju plezalnih uric. Izhajala sem iz treh vidikov: Pomembnost socialne inkluzije otrok s posebnimi potrebami v športne aktivnosti, ki so v večini namenjene ljudem z značilnim razvojem. Vloga storitvenega oblikovanja kot orodja oblikovalske prakse pri načrtovanju storitve za najranljivejše socialne skupine. Raziskovanje športnega plezanja in specifičnih lastnosti tega športa, kot potencialno rehabilitacijsko orodje za otroke z Downovim sindromom. V štiristopenjskem procesu raziskovanja, definiranja, razvijanja ter implementacije sem premišljeno zasnovala potek plezalne aktivnosti, ki je zastavljena tako, da je primerna tako za otroke z značilnim razvojem kot tudi za otroke z Downovim sindromom. V nalogi sem se torej osredotočila na inkluzijo otrok z Downovim sindromom v plezalne aktivnosti, ki so običajno namenjene otrokom z značilnim razvojem. S pričujočo nalogo sem potrdila, da je ustrezno oblikovana plezalna aktivnost z določenimi prilagoditvami primerna za otroke z Downovim sindromom, obenem pa lahko služi tudi kot izjemno učinkovita rehabilitacijska metoda.

Language:Slovenian
Keywords:industrijsko oblikovanje, storitveno oblikovanje, Downov sindrom, otroci s posebnimi potrebami, plezanje, oblikovalsko mišljenje, rehabilitacijska metoda, magistrsko delo
Work type:Master's thesis/paper (mb22)
Organization:ALUO - Academy of Fine Arts and Design
Year:2018
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Language:English
Title:The Development of the New Rehabilitation Method through Climbing for Children with Down Syndrome
Abstract:
The following master’s thesis explores the problem of lack of exercise among children with Down syndrome, and offers different ways and approaches to motivate them to participate in climbing activities. I used different methods of service design, with numerous iterations, to test different ways and approaches to try and enhance children’s motivation for climbing, as well as achieve greater group homogeneity when executing climbing lessons. I observed the problem from three points of view: The importance of social inclusion of special needs children in those sports activities, which are mostly aimed at children with a regular development, The importance, involvement and role of service design as a tool in design practice when planning a service for most vulnerable social groups, Exploration of specific characteristics of sport climbing as a potentially good rehabilitation tool for children with Down syndrome. Through a four-stage process of researching, defining, developing and implementation, I devised a prudent plan of climbing activities, carefully constructed so as to meet the needs of children with regular development, as well as children with Down syndrome. Therefore, the main focus of my thesis is the inclusion of children with Down syndrome in climbing activities, which are ordinarily meant for children with typical development. With the research presented in this thesis, I confirmed my assumption that a suitably designed climbing activity with certain adjustments is appropriate for children with Down syndrome and can serve as a very effective rehabilitation method.

Keywords:industrial design, service design, Down Syndrome, children with special needs, climbing, design thinking, rehabilitation method, MA thesis

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