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2013 | 11 | 1 | 67-79
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Disability and Rehabilitation in the Context of Life-Span Psychology

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The article discusses another approach to the perception and understanding of disability and rehabilitation as well as to disabled persons themselves. Our discussion set in the context of life-span psychology makes it possible to combine several areas such as development, development support, disability, and rehabilitation in a common semantic space. This theoretical method, resulting from natural notions, may help us change how disabled persons are perceived, that is, only through their defi ciencies. Life-span psychology enables one to approach disabled people by treating their rehabilitation as a living process that supports their development.
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