Horváth Péter László : Szerkesztői előszó.

Részlet a tanulmányból: “Sok szeretettel és nagy várakozással ajánlom az olvasók figyelmébe a Fogyatékosság és Társadalom című folyóirat 2021. évi 1. lapszámát. Fogyatékosságtudományi követelmény, hogy gondolatainkat a fogyatékos személyek jogaira történő hivatkozással vezessük be. Kézenfekvő, hogy a fogyatékosságügyi politika alapdokumentumának is tekinthető, a Fogyatékossággal élő személyek jogairól szóló ENSZ egyezmény idézésével kezdjünk.”

DOI: 10.31287/FT.hu.2021.1.1

Cziráki Zsolt, Horváth Péter László, Ladányi Lili, Magyar Adél, Pukánszky Béla, Porkoláb Mihály, Sallai Ilona Éva : The establishment of an Easy-to-Read Information Centre (KÉIK) at the Special Needs Education Training Institute in Szeged

As members of the information society, the possession of information has become a necessity of existence. We need to be well informed in all aspects of our lives as we make our decisions accordingly. The language level of information is usually in line with the mainstream society, which makes it difficult for people with intellectual... Read more
DOI: 10.31287/FT.hu.2021.1.2

Hegedűs Hanga, Horváth Péter László, Radics Márta : The assessment of the receptive language skills of 1-8 class primary school students with intellectual disabilities, using the TROG-H test

Good communication skills play key role in the active social life participation of people with intellectual disabili- ties. National education standards (guidelines, curriculum etc.) related to special needs education place em- phasis on developing the language competencies of students with intellectual disabilities. On the other hand, based on the social model of disability, in the... Read more
DOI: 10.31287/FT.hu.2021.1.3

Borosné Rimaszombati Dóra : The case study of the relationship between easy-to-understand communication and Hublow reading teaching method

The current study connects easy-to-read communication to the Hublow reading teaching method. In the theor- etical part, I examined the content of the national pedagogical documents (Guidelines, Curriculum) related to teaching of reading, the hindering and supporting aspects to interpret reading in a wide context. In addition to the detailed presentation of the two methods,... Read more
DOI: 10.31287/FT.hu.2021.1.4

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

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

Peszeki Dorina : Research to support participatory approach, self – advocacy and easy-to-read communication

The current study presents four ideas that frame an ongoing research program: self-advocacy, the critical analysis of guardianship, participatory research, easy-to-read communication. The research program as a novelty aims contributing to the development of intellectually disabled people’s self-advocacy skills. We implement this by asking them about guardianship. We invited to the research program as a... Read more
DOI: 10.31287/FT.hu.2021.1.8

Berényi Zoltánné : The emergence of easy-to-read communication as innovation related to inclusive educational process

The study presents the review of a methodological innovation introduced in a rural primary school that provides inclusive education for students with learning disabilities. Our aim is to illustrate how inclusive education of diverse students – involving those with learning disabilities – might be achieved by creating easy-to-read teaching materials. As a result of the... Read more
DOI: 10.31287/FT.hu.2021.1.9

Szarapka Dóra : Easy-to-read news and the creation of them

The current study gives a review of international examples related to easy-to-read news writing, and a description of my innovation activity, which was implemented in Vojvodina. The concept and practice of easy-to read communication has been present in foreign literature and mass communication for several decades. After reviewing the rights related to mass media the... Read more
DOI: 10.31287/FT.hu.2021.1.10

Menich Nóra : AT, MD, ICT, AAC... Tools and technology to support independent living – conceptual clarification and current situation

This study aims to clarify the definition of assistive technology (AT) that support independent living. The name and definition of AT in the Hungarian legislation is obsolete and does not keep in line with the international professional definition and guidelines. Therefore, the list of state-subsidised devices lag far behind the diversity of supply on the... Read more
DOI: 10.31287/FT.hu.2021.1.12

Loványi Eszter : Can service dogs really accompany their owners almost “everywhere”? Results of an interview-based survey carried out with the representatives of public service providers

Service dog owners face the fact that – despite the existing legislative provisions – they are denied the use of some (public) service due to the presence of their specially trained four-legged companions. The study – based on the lessons learned from the broader spectrum studies carried out among service dog owners – presents 15... Read more
DOI: 10.31287/FT.hu.2021.1.13