Autonomia pessoal e social de pessoas com deficiência visual após a reabilitação

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2011-08-16
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Aciem, Tânia Medeiros
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Mazzotta, Marcos José da Silveira
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Masini, Elcie Aparecida Fortes Salzano
Amiralian, Maria Lucia Toledo Moraes
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Distúrbios do Desenvolvimento
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This study aims to identify the contribution of specialized institutions as the personal and social autonomy of visually impaired people (blindness) after going through rehabilitation services, more than four hours a week, a minimum of two years, between the years 2002 to 2009. Study subjects are visually impaired people (blindness), who went through rehab, and their family members who accompanied the process. It is a research project with qualitative approach, by organizing interviews and questionnaires to collect data on social autonomy and personal independence of people with visual impairments. The study involved the six people with visual impairments, and six family members, one member to each person with visual impairment. The survey results indicate that rehabilitation alternatives provided for determining changes to people with visual impairments in their social context. The conquest or reconquest of personal and social autonomy of this population was reached, providing thus a better quality of life.
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deficiência visual , autonomia social , autonomia pessoal , reabilitação , instituição especializada , visual impairment , social autonomy , personal autonomy , rehabilitation , specialized institution
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