2022/1 | Online stories of adults diagnosed with bipolar affective disorder in light of a participatory research

Most of the people living with psychosocial disabilities are “invisible” for the majority; the “barriers” of their existence are not apparent, still, compared to other groups of people with disabilities, people with psychosocial disabilities are mainly treated with negatively by society. It probably can be traced back to these prejudices, that more and more peer... Read more
DOI: 10.31287/FT.hu.2022.1.5

2022/2 | Editorial preface

"As Guest Editors of the Hungarian Journal of Disability Studies & Special Education, we are pleased to share the last Special Issue of 2022: Support mechanisms and independent living during and after the COVID-19 pandemic."
DOI: 10.31287/FT.en.2022.2.1

2020/2 | Narratives of Struggle: Lifelong Guidance and Future Planning Alternatives for People with Disabilities in Hungary.

Our participatory research entitled ‘Carry on! The development of lifelong guidance services supporting lifelong learning through the training of professionals in the field of special needs education and employment’ maps the experiences of disabled students in the Hungarian school system and focused on their networks. We have integrated the results of our research organically into... Read more
DOI: 10.31287/FT.en.2020.2.6