The Journal of Special Education and Rehabilitation

Articles from Vol. 11, No. 3/4, 2010

60 Years of Education, Rehabilitation and Employment of Persons with Disabilities in the Republic of Macedonia
After a long break, again this year in the period from May 27th to May 29th in Bitola, was held an international conference "Days of special educators". It was organized by the Association of special educators of the Republic of Macedonia and the Institute...
Aging of Individuals with Intellectual Disability
A workshop with the designation "Aging of Individuals with Intellectual Disability" in organization by the IASSID and the ESC of the Institute for Special Education and Rehabilitation was held on 15th of March this year, in the meeting hall at the Faculty...
A Study Visit to Croatia: 06.06.2009 - 09.06.2010
By an invitation of the association "Trisomiy 21"- Zagreb, a group of 17 postgraduate students from the Institute for Special Education, led by the head of the educational Scientific Council Prof. Dr. Vladimir Trajkovski, made a study visit to several...
Attitudes and Opinions of Employers, Employees and Parents about the Employment of People with Autism in the Republic of Macedonia
AbstractThe right to work is one of the fundamental human rights in all developed countries around the world. The employment, actually the right to work of persons with disability is the final phase of the long and complex process of their rehabilitation...
BASIC STANDARDS OF HEALTH CARE FOR PEOPLE WITH INTELLECTUAL DISABILITIES: Rotterdam 2003
Rotterdam 2003Recived: 22.05.2010Accepted: 14.06.2010The following criteria should be universally recognised and accepted as basic standards of adequate health care for individuals with intellectual disabilities.1. Optimal availability and accessibility...
"Best Practice in Intellectual Disability Medicine"-Congress in Bristol
On the 13th and 14th of May 2010, in Bristol, the United Kingdom, was hosted a congress with theme "Best Practices in Intellectual Disability Medicine" in organization of the MAMH-European Association of Intellectual Disability Medicine, "indis international"...
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Mathematics Language In-Class Instruction
AbstractThe goal of the research was to compare the level of mathematic language acquisition between students of lower grades in special elementary schools for children who are hearing impaired and students of a mainstream elementary school. A total...
Ocular Disorders in Individuals with Down Syndrome
Keywords: Down syndrome, ocular changes, Brushfield spots, refractive errors, astigmatism, strabismusAbstractDown syndrome (DS) is the most common chromosomal anomaly. Numerous ophthalmic features have been reported including abnormalities of the anterior,...
Preface by the Editorial Board
EDITORIAL PREFACERespected readers of ours and yours journal,As you already know the Faculty of Philosophy at Skopje this year is celebrating its 90th anniversary of existence. The previous and this issue give the possibility for the editorial office...
The Effects of Equine-Assisted Therapy in Improving the Psychosocial Functioning of Children with Autism
AbstractThe goal of the present study was to examine the effects of short-term equine-assisted therapy as a complementary therapy modality for children with autism spectrum disorders (ASD). There were four children in the study, two boys and two girls...
The Influence of Mental Retardation on Mental Representation and Motor Execution
AbstractThe study of the cognitive phenomena "mental representation" is a relatively new field, though it is connected to past framework of cognitive psychology and can be attributed to previous research targeted at "brain and behavior." All researches...
The Structure of Mobility and Skills among Deaf Children
AbstractA research of mobility and skills among deaf children (from 7 to 17 years old) is presented in this work. The sample of examinees (N=98) is consisted of two subsamples. The first subsample is consisted of deaf children (primary-school and secondary-school...
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