Pázmány Viktória, Barabás Ágota, Jávorné Erdei Renáta : A health promotion programme for young people with intellectual disabilities during the pandemic

Several dimensions of health were affected by the segregated lifestyle associated with the pandemic, such as emotional health, physical activity, and reduced social relationships, which became more pronounced in these isolated populations. In adolescence, the importance of peer relationships gradually grows, also for people with disabilities, and sustaining these bonds became increasingly problematic during quarantine.... Read more
DOI: 10.31287/FT.en.2022.2.4

Vecseri Zita : Easy-to-read communication with intellectually disabled people. Studying the application of sentences in documents that contain easy-to-read information

The current study focus on easy-to-read communication and the continuous monitoring of its application in order to be as effective as possible. The effectiveness is improved not only by proofreading of easy-to-read documents, but also by studying and refining the rules that form the basis of these documents. After a brief theoretical summary of easy-to-read... Read more
DOI: 10.31287/FT.hu.2021.1.7

Keszey Borbála : Easy-to-read communication with intellectually disabled people – Studying the use of pronouns in easy-to-read documents

Easy-to-read communication supports to ensure fundamental human rights, to create a barrier-free and accessible environment, to strengthen independent decision-making and self-determination and self-advocacy. It enables active, conscious and meaningful participation in society for all those who face difficulties in understanding standard communication in general or in certain situations. The aim of this study is to... Read more
DOI: 10.31287/FT.hu.2021.1.6