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2019 | 3(45) | 17-36
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Postrzeganie własnej autonomii a satysfakcja z życia u osób z nabytą niepełnosprawnością ruchową – analiza roli moderatorów

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Perceived autonomy and life satisfaction among people with acquired physical disabilities – analysis of the moderators’ role
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Poczucie autonomii i uczestnictwo w życiu społecznym są istotnymi wskaźnikami efektywnego procesu rehabilitacji człowieka z niepełnosprawnością, co składa się na podnoszenie jego satysfakcji z życia. Celem artykułu było zatem ustalenie charakteru zależności między postrzeganiem własnej autonomii a satysfakcją z życia u osób z nabytymi ograniczeniami ruchowymi, z uwzględnieniem moderującej roli wieku doznania trwałych uszkodzeń, czasu ich trwania oraz występowania wtórnych komplikacji zdrowotnych. Uzyskane dane pozwoliły na potwierdzenie pozytywnej zależności między postrzeganą własną autonomią a satysfakcją z życia oraz potwierdziły istotną role moderatorów. Zmienna wieku oraz występowania wtórnych komplikacji zdrowotnych okazały się znaczące dla modyfikowania charakteru tej relacji.
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The sense of autonomy and participation in social life are important indicators of an effective rehabilitation process of people with disabilities. Its main purpose is to increase life satisfaction. The aim of the paper was to identify the relationship between the perception of autonomy and satisfaction in people with acquired motor limitations. This was done while taking into account the moderating role of the age of acquiring a permanent disability, its duration and the occurrence of secondary health complications. The data allowed to confirm the positive relationship between the perceived autonomy and life satisfaction. It also confirmed the role of moderators. The factors of age and occurrence of secondary health conditions turned out to be significant in modifying the character of this relationship.
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  • UMCS w Lublinie, ul. Narutowicza 12, 20-004 Lublin; tel. +48 81 5376301
  • UMCS w Lublinie, ul. Narutowicza 12, 20-004 Lublin; tel. +48 81 5376301
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