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The Study On The Rights and Adaptations
An-Pan Lin Ph.D.
Type 1 Diabetes
The Study of Rights
一、 個人心理適應方面：1.帶病生活，無可否認的「身體病弱」。2.母親、教師與同儕有重要作用，影響動機和需求。3.因病而有正負面自我概念 。4.擔心被貼標籤，甚至放棄重大傷病卡的社福優惠。
三、 學習適應方面：1.未有併發症前智力與一般同儕無異。2.病童不希望有過度保護或限制的差別待遇。 3.認同校規，但回診與住院及高低血糖情況無法避免。
The Study On The Rights and Adaptations in School for Children with Type 1 diabetes Hung yi-weng Abstract The main objectives of the study are: (1) to understand the life experiences of children who are afflicted with type 1 diabetes and the meaning behind those experiences; (2) to understand those children’s subjective feelings fostered during their experience in the Taiwanese education system; (3) to understand type 1 diabetic children’s adjustment to a school setting, (4) using reflections of the actual experiences of these children to reveal the hidden value of the Taiwanese education system, (5) through the findings of the study, to form concrete recommendations to assist children with type 1 diabetes in actualizing and ensuring their rights to receiving an uncompromised learning experience. In order to achieve the abovementioned objectives, the study adopts the narrative and in-depth study method of qualitative-style study. The study interviews two study participants regarding their adjustment during primary public education. The following discoveries were made: 1) Personal psychological adjustment: (a) physical weakness accompanies everyday lifestyle, (b) mother, teachers, and colleagues are critical in influencing incentives and demand, (c) positive and/or negative self-image is created by the disease. 2) Socialization adjustment: (a) the tendency to be conservative and introverted in the context of student-teacher interaction – warm acceptances created by teachers and adult figures tend to steer the learning experience positively and help to control the disease, enhancing the self-realization of the diseased children, (b) the tendency to be isolated or friendless in the context of peer-to-peer interaction is observed. However, no observation is made of bullying by others. 3) Learning adjustment: (a) intelligence level is no different from peers prior to complication of the disease; (b) Sick children do not want to be overly-protected or receive special treatment; (c) they recognize the school rules on attendance, etc., but they cannot avoid regular hospital visits, hospitalization, and dangerously high or low glucose level situations. 4) According to the study, the summarized basic rights to strive for are: the right to enter school, the right to be provided with a suitable educational experience, the right to unprejudiced, equal treatment, and the right to parental education. Finally, the study provides several recommendations according to the analysis in order to provide a basis for consideration by the social policy-making agencies, education entities, parents, afflicted children, and other researchers. The end goal is to assist type 1 diabetes children with a positive adaptation to their schooling experience. 【Key words】:Type 1 Diabetes, The Study of Rights, School Adaptation
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