Gósy, Mária – Horváth, Viktória – Gyarmathy, Dorottya – Lengyel, Zsolt: Speech Analysis in a Specific Case of Aphasia
Mrs. Tóth Aszalai, Anett – Mrs. Majsai Szénási, Tímea: Hand in Hand, Collaboration in the Treatment of Stuttering Children in Hódmezővásárhely
Galambos, Katalin: The Role of the "Training-Home Program", as one of the Possible Educational Fields for Special Educational Needs Children with Physical Disabilities to be Trained for Self-Supporting Life
Rohoska, Gábor: The Integration of Secondary School Students with Special Needs – Living in the Váci Mihály Dormitory of Budapest
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Zászkaliczky, Péter (ed.): Conditions and Limits of the Social and Educational Integration (Pénzes-Höffler, Éva)
Gyarmathy, Éva: Dyslexia in the Digital Age (Pfening, Dóra)
Kreuzer, Max – Ytterhus, Borgunn (eds): "Dabeisein ist nicht alles" – Inklusion und Zusammenleben im Kindergarten (Csányi, Yvonne)
Klicpera, Christian – Schabmann, Alfred – Gasteiger-Klicpera, Barbara: Legasthenie – LRS (Csányi, Yvonne)
The Eötvös Loránd University Grants an Honorary Doctorate to Professor Viktor Lechta (Zászkaliczky, Péter & Viktor Lechta)
3rd Open Gates of Logopedy (Mrs. Szabó Vékony, Andrea)
The Importance of Early Hearing Detection (Dubniczki, Csilla ed.)
Gósy, Mária – Horváth, Viktória – Gyarmathy, Dorottya – Lengyel, Zsolt
Speech Analysis in a Specific Case of Aphasia
The purpose of this study is to report on an acoustic-phonetic analysis of the speech of a Hungarian-speaking patient diagnosed with a very rare type of aphasia. The acoustic-phonetic analysis of vocal fold characteristics, speech tempi and pronunciation difficulties were carried out in various speech styles (sentence repetition, reading aloud, spontaneous narratives and recall). The results supported the progressive deterioration of the patient’s speech by objective data and resulted in the assumption of lvPPA some time prior to the clinical diagnosis. Longitudinal analysis focusing on fine phonetic data may provide novel insights into the nature of this type of aphasia.
Mrs. Tóth Aszalai, Anett – Mrs. Majsai Szénási, Tímea
Hand in Hand, Collaboration in the Treatment of Stuttering Children in Hódmezővásárhely
For 14 years we have been dealing with complex psychological and speech therapeutic treatment of the stuttering children in the special educational institution in Hódmezővásárhely. We apply the Complex Art Therapy in the treatment. In this study we will present a therapeutic model of stuttering children, with special regard to the competencies of the experts and the opportunities for collaborations. We will describe the fields an equipment of the therapy, the opportunities and the difficulties of working with the parents and the experts.
Keywords: stuttering, collaboration, speech therapy, psychological therapy, parent group
The Role of the "Training-Home Program", as one of the Possible Educational Fields for Special Educational Needs Children with Physical Disabilities to be Trained for Self-Supporting Life
The main purpose of the special education’s complexity is to support the social integration of children and youth with special educational needs with providing special educational demands. On condition, that all of them can reach the highest level of their individual independency. There are several ways of teaching and training self-supporting life in the special needs education programs. In this research I have looked through the possibilities of preparing children with physical disabilities for independent life and social integration. The purpose of my project was also to find out more details about the training-home program operating by ’Mozgasjavito’ Elementary and Specialized Secondary School, Unified Special Education Methodology Centre and Students’ Residence. I examined on which fields and what extend this program can help children to be trained properly for independent life in case of physical disability.
Keywords: self-supporting life, self-determination, independency, training home, social integration, physical disability
The Integration of Secondary School Students with Special Needs – Living in the Váci Mihály Dormitory of Budapest
This paper examines the level of integration and the quality of life of a group of secondary school students with special needs. The concepts of segregation, integration and inclusion are introduced, describing the main differences among them. In connection with prevention of early school leaving the importance of special teachers’ and secondary school teachers’ possible co-operation is emphasized. The related research is based on the interviews made with 37 integrated students with disabilities or special needs in the Váci Mihály Dormitory of Budapest. The research examined the theses from the angle of students involved; comparing the students’ answers in accordance with the students’ primary schools. Results show that those students who were taught in special elementary schools are at a much higher level of integration than the other group of students with special needs. They are also more optimistic and fully aware of their rights.
Keywords: integration, inclusion, segregation, special needs education, public education, secondary education, college pedagogy, positive discrimination rights, vision