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2018, vol. 17, br. 3, str. 307-334
Kvalitet života odraslih osoba sa intelektualnom ometenošću - objektivni indikatori
aUniverzitet u Beogradu, Fakultet za specijalnu edukaciju i rehabilitaciju
bOsnovna škola 'Sava Jovanović Sirogojno', Beograd

e-adresakaljaca@eunet.rs
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Kreiranje Protokola za procenu edukativnih potencijala dece sa smetnjama u razvoju kao kriterijuma za izradu individualnih obrazovnih programa (MPNTR - 179025)

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Ciljevi ovog istraživanja su utvrđivanje nivoa objektivnog kvaliteta života (KŽ) odraslih osoba sa intelektualnom ometenošću (IO), razlika u KŽ u odnosu na pol ispitanika, kao i odnosa ispitanih životnih domena koji su obuhvaćeni primenjenim konceptom KŽ. Uzorkom je obuhvaćeno 39 odraslih osoba sa lakom i umerenom IO, kalendarskog uzrasta od 22 do 50 godina (M=34,69, SD=7,49), i 40 ispitanika tipičnog razvoja (TR), kalendarskog uzrasta od 19 do 60 godina (M=35,25, SD=12,21). Za procenu nivoa KŽ korišćeno je sedam domena Skale za procenu kvaliteta života osoba sa intelektualnom ometenošću: Materijalno blagostanje, Zdravlje, Produktivnost, Intimnost, Sigurnost, Mesto u zajednici i Emocionalno blagostanje koji predstavljaju indikatore objektivnog KŽ. Ispitanci sa IO imali su značajno niži KŽ od ispitanika TR na ukupnom skoru (p=0,000) i na domenima Zdravlje (p=0,000), Produktivnost (p=0,000) i Intima (p=0,008). Muškarci TR u poređenju sa muškarcima sa IO imali su viši ukupni skor (p=0,001), i bolje rezultate na domenima Zdravlje (p=0,021) i Produktivnost (p=0,000). Ovaj nalaz je potvrđen i kod ispitanica s tim što su u poređenju žena TR i žena sa IO, žene TR bile značajno uspešnije i u domenu Intima (p=0,027). Statistički značajne korelacije sedam domena objektivnih pokazatelja kvaliteta života kod osoba sa IO su pozitivne i kreću se u rasponu od umerenih do visokih. Dobijeni rezultati upućuju na domene u kojima je potrebno intenziviranje podrške kako bi se osobama sa IO pružila mogućnost da ostvare KŽ koji odgovara normama zajednice kojoj pripadaju.
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DOI: 10.5937/specedreh17-18344
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