2015, Volume 5(1)

CONTENTS / TURINYS

Preface by Editors-in-Chief 5
   
I. SOCIAL CHALLENGES 7
   
Possibilities for Development of Social Education and Social Educational Services for a Family at Children’s Day Care Centres
Daiva Alifanovienė, Odeta Šapelytė, Nomeda Bėčiūtė
 8
   
Socio-Educational Support Opportunities for Young Job Emigrants in the Context of another Cultural Environment 
Ingrida Baranauskienė, Liuda Radezvičienė
 18
   
 The Need of Professional Social Support of the Families Undergoing Divorce
Angelė Kaušylienė, Žaneta Cikatavičienė, Irena Leliūgienė
 32
   
 

II. THE DEVELOPMENT OF PROFESSIONAL COMPETENCES

 47
   
Assistant Teachers for Pupils with Special Educational Needs in the Czech Republic – Presentation of Selected Particular Research Results
Jan Michalík, Jan Chrastina, Jaromír Maštalíř, Pavlína Baslerová
 48
   
Results of an Evaluation Study of Induction and Mentoring for Beginning Special Education Teachers: What do They Need?
Ann M. Sebald, Harvey A. Rude
 58
   
Persons’ Self-Improvement as an Integrated Self-Determined Phenomenon
Liudmyla Serdiuk, Olena Penkova
 73
   

III. DISABILITY STUDIES

83
   
Psychological Aspects of Inclusive Setting for Children with Disabilities
Anna Shcherbakova
 
   
Ukraine Administrative and Legal Regulation of Education for Persons with Disability
Iryna Talanchuk
94
   
Significance of Development with Regard to Takeover of Life Roles among Persons with Mild Intellectual Disability
Aistė Valaikienė
102

 

IV. PSYCHOSOCIAL REHABILITATION

113
   
Place of Residence Affects Food Preferences and Satisfaction with Diet among the Elderly 
Magdalena Hartman-Petrycka, Agata Lebiedowska, Barbara Błońska-Fajfrowska
 114

 
Long-Term Reliability of the Finnish Behavioral and Emotional Rating Scale
Matthew C. Lambert, Hannu Savolainen, Erkko T. Sointu, Kristiina Lappalainen, Michael H. Epstein
125
   
 INFORMATION ABOUT THE AUTHORS.  133
   
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