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Title: 軽度発達障害児に対する幼稚園における支援 : ICF-CY(国際生活機能分類児童青年期版)の活用の試み
Other Titles: Support for Child with Mild Developmental Disorders at Pre-school : A Case Study in Application of ICF version for Child and Youth
Authors: 雨宮, 由紀枝
西村, 朋美
金子, 直子
千葉, 裕子
高遠, 春美
二階堂, 邦子
Amemiya, Yukie
Nishimura, Tomomi
Kaneko, Naoko
Chiba, Hiroko
Takatou, Harumi
Nikaidou, Kuniko
アメミヤ, ユキエ
ニシムラ, トモミ
カネコ, ナオコ
チバ, ヒロコ
タカトウ, ハルミ
ニカイドウ, クニコ
日本女子体育大学(助教授)
おにぎりの会
日本女子体育大学附属みどり幼稚園(教諭)
日本女子体育大学(教授)
Keywords: mild development disorders
ICF-CY
case study
pre-school
environment
Issue Date: Mar-2007
Abstract: The purpose of this case study is to develop comprehensive support for children with mild developmental disorders at pre-school. The support processes were analyzed in application of ICF-CY (the international classification of functioning, disability and health for children in age groups from 3 to 6) emphasizing person-environment interaction. In this support process the relationships between the chapters in component Activity and Participation and Environment were complex and multi-facetted.The stronger facilitators in Environment were ① products and technology for personal use in daily living, ② products and technology for education, ③ design, construction and building products and technology of buildings for public use, ④ personal care providers and personal assistants, ⑤ health professionals, ⑥ individual attitudes of friends, ⑦ general education services, systems and policies. Making up the deficits in environment could significantly improve the restrictions and limitations in activities and participation. This indicates that emphasis on environment should be done in the support for children with mild developmental disorders.
URI: http://ir.jwcpe.ac.jp/dspace/handle/123456789/591
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