Boros Julianna, Girasek Edmond, Döbrössy Bence, Győrffy Zsuzsa : Use of digital healthcare among people living with disabilities

The COVID-19 pandemic highlighted the importance of digital healthcare solutions that can offer many benefits to all sections of the population, but for some key target groups, such as those with disabilities, there is significant potential for its use in making everyday life easier. In our survey, we examined whether there is a difference in... Read more
DOI: 10.31287/FT.en.2022.2.8

Csillag Sára, Farkas Jácint, Fekete-Frojimovics Zsófia, Nagy Adrienne, Petykó Csilla : Hospitality sector and the (non-)employment of people with disabilities. Hungarian restaurant owners’ experiences after the COVID outbreak

The hospitality sector in Hungary has experienced a dramatic downturn in the last three years. After the shock of COVID, the industry faces further difficulties due to labour shortages and the war in the region. In our research we asked restaurant owners about their opinion of employing people with disabilities and how COVID has shaped... Read more
DOI: 10.31287/FT.en.2022.2.5

Nyitrai Imre : A key to independent living – The place and role of supported living in the Hungarian social services system

The regulation of supported living (SL) has opened up completely new avenues in the Hungarian social services system. New principles and values emerged along with their operation and associated services. As a new form of service model, arising from international obligations as well as Hungarian strategic needs, its introduction also brought novel and innovative thinking... Read more
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