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Dinamica de Grupos: Fomentar la participacion

Participar es sentir el grupo como algo propio, es la inclusión personal y psicológica de cada uno de los individuos en los asuntos del grupo. No es sólo estar, sino querer estar, sentirse plenamente dentro, integrado.

Discapacidad Intelectual: Sindrome de Down

La mayoría de niños con este Síndrome posee un C.I. inferior a 50. - En general suelen ser niños sociables, afectuosos, confiados, cooperativos. - Los niños entre 0 y 3 años muestran un temperamento más difícil que en edades mayores. Los niños con mejor temperamento son más activos, dispuesto al juego y dóciles.

Inadaptacion social: menores en riesgo

En las últimas décadas del siglo XX ha ido creciendo la preocupación por la delincuencia juvenil en muchos países. Las estadísticas reflejan este aumento del delito en general pero de toda esa masa de delitos, muchos son cometidos por niños adolescentes entre 15 y 21 años. La delincuencia se conoce como el fenómeno de delinquir o cometer actos fuera de los estatutos impuestos por la sociedad. ¿Qué es lo que hace que un joven delinca?.

Educacion de calle - Educador en Medio Abierto

Cada vez son más las instituciones, administraciones públicas y entidades que cuentan en sus plantillas en el campo de lo social con Educadores de Calle.
Conocidas son sus tareas hasta el momento y que forman parte de su quehacer diario: - Detección de las dificultades sociales y sus causas.
- Relación con las instituciones.
- Relación y diálogo con los destinatarios.
- Reeducación e intervención para la mejora de las relaciones interpersonales.
- Organización de la vida cotidiana en el ámbito individual y grupal.
- Animación grupal y comunitaria.
- Formación, información y orientación.

Conducta antisocial

La conducta antisocial se refiere a cualquier comportamiento que refleje el infringir reglas sociales y/o una acción contra los demás. Incluyen una amplia gama de actividades: Agresividad, hurtos, vandalismo, piromanía, mentira, absentismo escolar y huidas de casa, así como cualquier actividad contra el entorno -personas o propiedades-.

Adolescentes en riesgo y conflicto social

La conducta de inadaptación se convierte en una forma de satisfacción de las necesidades de la persona, obteniendo reconocimiento o atención y dando sentido a la vida del menor.
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