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Title: Dizabilitate: evaluare, analiza multidimensională, bariere și soluții
Authors: Gutium, Tatiana
Keywords: persons with disabilities
social space
social inclusion
social exclusion
persoane cu dizabilitatii
spatiu social
incluziune sociala
excluziune sociala
Issue Date: 2022
Publisher: Artifex
Citation: GUTIUM, Tatiana. Dizabilitate: evaluare, analiza multidimensională, bariere și soluții. In: Experience. Knowledge. Contemporary Challenges „Opportunities for changing the Economic Social Realities of the World”: international symposium, 10th edition, May 26th-27th, 2022. Artifex University of Bucharest. Bucharest, 2022, pp. 505-516. ISBN 978-606-8716-66-4.
Abstract: The well-being of the population, including people with disabilities, is a barometer of the level of development of the national economy. People with disabilities are a group of the population, first of all, in need of ensuring health and well-being. They are significantly disadvantaged in their opportunities for education, employment, and participation in social life. They meet different barriers to social inclusion. Disabilities vary in degree and nature, but people with severe sensory, motor, communication, or cognitive impairments and those with mild or moderate impairments need help. There are some risks that hurt the health and well-being of people with disabilities who are less resilient to the effects of the financial and energy crisis and rapid urbanization, and social and economic changes in settlements. In this paper, methods for assessing disability, and the barriers faced by people with disabilities are investigated, and an analysis is carried out. The study's main goal is to develop proposals for the social inclusion of people with special needs.
Description: Text: lb. rom. Abstract: lb. engl. Referințe bibliografice : pp. 515-516 (10 itl.). JEL Classification: I31, I38.
ISBN: 978-606-8716-66-4
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