Aggressive Behaviour in the Context of Multiple Disabilities of Institutionalized Children and Young People - Case Studies
Педагогика, 93 (2), 271-280
The topic of aggression is extremely relevant in our daily lives and
this is why it is often the subject of theoretical and practical analysis. In the context
of institutional care, it acquires specific dimensions related to a number of factors.
This article presents two cases of residents of residential institutions for children
and young people with disabilities, with an emphasis on influencing their level
of aggressive response to reality. At the root of the interaction proposed are the
ideas for supporting communication and for verbalizing desires and experiences in
the context of group work. The cases described testify to the existence of positive
tendencies in the ability to regulate one's own behaviour in the natural environment
as well as in situations of provocation by others.
children and young people with disabilities; institutionalization; aggressive behaviour; alternative communication; group work