O potrzebie badań nad starością osób z długotrwałą niepełnosprawnością nabytą


  • Marlena Duda Uniwersytet Marii Curie-Skłodowskiej

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długotrwała niepełnosprawność, starzenie się, zdrowie, wtórne komplikacje zdrowotne


Współcześnie rosnąca populacja starzejących się osób z długotrwałą niepełnosprawnością stanowi wyzwanie dla badaczy i praktyków, gdyż stanowi grupę o specyficznych cechach i potrzebach wynikających ze specyfiki obydwu zjawisk. Nie jest to jednak prosta suma ich cech, ale skomplikowany i niejednoznaczny konglomerat o niejasnych granicach i uwarunkowaniach. Stąd w artykule skupiono się na omówieniu charakterystycznych cech starzenia się osób z długotrwałą niepełnosprawnością nabytą z punktu widzenia fizycznego i psychospołecznego funkcjonowania. Perspektywa temporalna jest punktem wyjścia do uzasadnienia potrzeby badań nad zjawiskiem starzenia się osób z długotrwałą niepełnosprawnością nabytą.


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Duda, M. . (2021). O potrzebie badań nad starością osób z długotrwałą niepełnosprawnością nabytą. Niepełnosprawność- Dyskursy Pedagogiki Specjalnej, (41), 251–264. Pobrano z https://czasopisma.bg.ug.edu.pl/index.php/niepelnosprawnosc/article/view/6342