Article 13318

Title of the article

SOCIAL WELL-BEING OF PHYSICALLY CHALLENGED
CHILD’S FAMILY MEMBERS WHEN EXPANDING HIS/HER MOTOR ACTIVITY 

Authors

Kurnikova Mariya Vladimirovna, Candidate of medical sciences, head of sub-department of adaptive physical training, University of Nizhny Novgorod (23 Gagarina avenue, Nizhny Novgorod, Russia), E-mail: mkurnikova@yandex.ru 

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316.356.2 

DOI

10.21685/2072-3016-2018-3-13 

Abstract

Background. The concept of social health in relation to a family with a physically challenged child needs a particular analysis. Criteria and indicators that affect the family members with a “special” child social well-being level are closely related to the state of a child’s health and the level of parents stress. The problems that family faces in obtaining the disability status of a child can be positioned according to the socio-ecological model of W. Bronfenbrenner. Physical culture has a positive role in shaping the life quality of a modern person in all age periods, regardless of the health state. The regular organized physical activity of a physically challenged child
raises the social well-being level of his parents and other family members who are directly involved in expanding the range of his motor skills and abilities.
Materials and methods. An assessment of families members of this category social well-being level (n = 21), provided active physical training and sports of children with persistent disabilities with the help of the test “Social Well-being Integral Index (SWII-20)” is made.
Results. The increased and high level of social well-being in most of the research participants is diagnosed. General and specific factors affecting the availability of physical education for “special” children are exhibited in the system of the family socio-ecological model.
Conclusions. Correction of family social well-being is possible with the help of disabled people physical movement development. Regular physical activity of a physically challenged child positively affects the criteria and indicators that form the basis of a subjective assessment of his family members’ social well-being. 

Key words

social well-being, family with a physically challenged child, physical activity, evaluation criteria, indicators 

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