Какую поддержку хотят родители для своих детей с ОВЗ?
Рубрика издания: Инклюзивное образование
Тип материала: научная статья
Для цитаты: Портер Д. Какую поддержку хотят родители для своих детей с ОВЗ? // Психологическая наука и образование. 2014. Том 19. № 1. С. 82–89.
There has been a series of legislative acts in England as elsewhere in Europe designed to safeguard disabled people from discrimination. This rights based approach draws on a social model of disability and makes an important distinction between an impairment and a disability, the latter resulting from the interaction between the person and the environment, putting due emphasis on the barriers and supports that are in place.
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