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Specijalna edukacija i rehabilitacija
2018, vol. 17, br. 1, str. 105-132
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Intervencije potpomognute životinjama - mogućnosti i ograničenja primene kod mladih sa razvojnim smetnjama i problemima u ponašanju
Univerzitet u Beogradu, Fakultet za specijalnu edukaciju i rehabilitaciju



Vrsta komplementarnog tretmana pod interdisciplinarnim nazivom Intervencije potpomognute životinjama (Animal-assisted interventions - AAI) podrazumeva svaku vrstu intervencije koja uključuje različite životinje u okviru dva ključna modaliteta: aktivnosti (Animal-Assisted Activities - AAA) i terapije (Animal-Assisted Therapy - AAT). Intervencije se mogu sprovoditi sa osobama svih uzrasta u različitim okruženjima (školama, zdravstvenim i vaspitno-popravnim ustanovama itd.). Osnovni cilj rada je da pregledom dostupne literature prikaže različite forme i sadržaje intervencija, kao i fleksibilnu implementaciju kod mladih osoba sa razvojnim smetnjama i poremećajima u ponašanju. Pored potencijala koje nude aktivnosti i terapije potpomognute životinjama, istaknuta su određena ograničenja i izazovi u primeni intervencija, kao i kritike analize efekata u realizovanim empirijskim istraživanjima.

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intervencije potpomognute životinjama; smetnje u razvoju; poremećaji u ponašanju


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