Innovative technologies of psychological support for children with disabilities

Elena Razumova, Ekaterina Ruslyakova, Natalya Bazhenova, Elena Shpakovskaya, Oxana Tokar


The relevance of this study is conditioned by the problem of developing and implementing innovative methods, technologies of working with disabled children. The purpose of this article research is to consider and to form a presentation of psychological aid innovative methods in order to support children with special needs by the methods of canis therapy and puppet theatre psycho-technology. The leading method of investigation this problem is the method of theoretical analysis, the method of ascertaining and educational experiment in the form of individual and group work. The proposed microtechniques of these innovative technologies make it possible to create a safe psychotherapeutic environment, reduce resistance, anxiety, and remove the used psychological protection of children and adolescents with special needs. The materials of the article can be useful for all subjects of the educational environment, who are taking part in inclusive education and upbringing: psychologists, teachers, speech therapists, speech pathologist, social workers, medical workers.

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