Educação e assistência social : interfaces para o atendimento de alunos com deficiência
Marchesini, Isadora González
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Characterization studies on how are being conducted the educational service and the service of social assistance provided to people with disabilities, as well as the way it has been taking place the relationship between these services are still rare. Studies with such outbreaks could contribute to a better understanding of how the sessions are taking place and if they are in line with public policies, achieving the expected goals with people with disabilities and provide insight for the improvement of care. The research aimed to characterize and analyze the educational service and social assistance offered to a group of students with disabilities, from the parents’ perspective and of the teachers of room of resources. Participants were seven mothers of disabled students attending schools in the state system of public education and two resource room teachers, one active in teaching disabled hearing and visually impaired and other disabled in intellectual education. Among the seven students attending the resource room, four were enrolled in primary school and three in high school, aged between 10 and 17 years. Among the students two have hearing loss, two have learning difficulties, one has visual impairment, one has intellectual disabilities and one has multiple disabilities. To collect data we used two interview scripts containing questions regarding the characteristics and assessments of mothers and resource room teachers on the educational service and social assistance provided to students. The results for the educational services indicate that mothers perceive the Specialized Educational Services (SES) held in the resource room as the main teaching condition for the children learning guarantee, moreover, expressed satisfaction with care and with close contact with the SES of teachers. The teachers' reports indicate that the SES seek help students over come difficulties and to support academic learning; indicate the need more time and frequency to meet each student; report that communication with teachers of regular classes is infrequent and the contact from the school personnel with the social worker does not occur, and the teacher considers that the family should be responsible for seeking the service of social assistance. The results show that 57% of students receive social assistance benefits as the Continuous Cash Benefit (CCB) and benefits of Bolsa Família Program (BFP). Discusses the improvements required for the actions of those involved in care remain in line with the actions and objectives set forth in the special education policy and social assistance policy.