2011, Volume 1(1)

TURINYS / CONTENTS

Editor’s letter 5
   
I. SOCIAL CHALLENGES 7
   
Citizens with Disability – Crisis of the Welfare State in Europe?
J. Michalík
8
Social Empowerment and Participation of People with Disabilities through NGO Activities
I. Baranauskienė, D. Gerulaitis, L. Radzevičienė
15
   
II. THE DEVELOPMENT OF PROFESSIONAL COMPETENCES 27
   
Vocational Competence Formation for Social Work Specialists
K. Kolchenko, V. Kyrylenko
28
Potentiality of Socio-Educational Study Programmes’ Improvement at Lithuanian Universities
D. Alifanovienė
35
Psychological Well-Being of Future Specialists in the Integrated Educational Environment and the Factors of Its Formation
L. Serdiuk
44
   
III. DISABILITY STUDIES 52
   
Technological Support in the Process Of Interaction of the Psychologist and the Special Teacher
O. Kukushkina
54
Reflective Activities of Pupils with Special Educational Needs and Teachers in the Self-Educational Process
R. Geležinienė
60
Tendencies, Developments and Steps toward Inclusion in the Education of Hungary
K. Simon
70
Ideal Profile of Educator for Adolescents without a Valid Family Support
I. Baranauskienė, P. Grazioli, L. Radzevičienė
80
   
IV. PSYCHOSOCIAL REHABILITATION 96
   
Possibilities for Management of Conflicts among Pre-School Age Children by Applying Methods of Work with Fairy-Tales
N. Bražienė, R. Nemaniūnienė
98
Projective Drawing as a Method of Studying a Family Relationship
L. Lebedeva
112
Influence of Art Education on Improving Communication Skills of Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Patients
I. Baranauskienė, A. Kazlauskas, L.Miliūnienė, D. Mockevičienė, L. Radzevičienė, J. V. Vaitkevičius
119
Emotional-Symbolic Communication as a Predictor of Communicative Competence in Professional Subculture
L. Lebedeva, T. Timofeeva
129
   
About the authors 136
   
Requirements for Publication in “Social Welfare Interdisciplinary Approach” 140