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This microform edition is protected against unauthorized copying under Title 17, United States Code. Akhidenor, ii Abstract The study investigated Nigerians' overall attitudes toward people with disabilities, attitudes toward employment and people with disabilities, attitudes toward living arrangements and people with disabilities, and attitudes toward people with mental disabilities and other groups.

The target population of this study was Nigerians residing in Sacramento and surrounding counties in California. The sample of this study was made up of members of Sacramento Association of Nigerians using the nonprobability convenience sampling method with no exclusion criteria.

Data were collected through self-administered survey questionnaire, using an adapted version of the Scale of Attitudes toward Disabled Persons SADP Antonak, ; and demographic questionnaire.

A synthesis of information collected from the responses of the sample to the SADP and to the demographic questionnaire helped the researcher to draw conclusion, implications, and recommendation. This study found that the majority of Nigerians in the Sacramento area had positive attitudes toward people with disabilities. There were significant differences among the participants based on age. Participants age 46 or more had significantly lower mean attitudes toward disabilities scores compared to participants age and those 35 or less.

However, there were no significant differences revealed on living arrangements and people with disabilities, people with disabilities in the workforce, and attitudes toward people with mental disabilities and other vulnerable groups by age. Results of the ANOVAs on overall attitudes, attitudes toward people with disabilities in the workforce and attitudes toward people with mental disabilities and other groups were significant, suggesting that participants' overall attitudes, attitudes toward people with disabilities in the workforce, and attitudes toward people with mental disabilities and other groups differed by Years of residency in the United States of America.

Tukey post hoc tests conducted revealed that participants residing in the United States of America between one to four years had significantly lower Overall attitudes and attitudes toward people with mental disabilities and other groups scores compared to participants residing in the USA between five and 10 years. Dedication I dedicate this dissertation to my wife Rosemary for her unwavering support and encouragement during my years of study, and to my parents.

I also dedicate this dissertation to my daughters, Onomeasike and Omoye for keeping themselves occupied while I was engaged in this venture. I am appreciative to my mentor, Dr. Manuel Woods, for his patience and for providing me constructive feedback during the various phases of my dissertation. To the members of my Dissertation Committee, Dr. Rena Palloff and Dr. John Sullivan, I am grateful for the advice, support, and recommendations.

I would like to express my sincere appreciation to Dr. Steve Davies Ugbah for all the assistance he gave me despite his busy schedule. Finally, I would like to thank the president and members of the Sacramento Association of Nigerians SAN for allowing me use their association for this study.

I especially appreciate the participation of the members of SAN who participated in this study. Frequency and Percentages of Participants' responses to disability questions Table 3. Although this is a difficult task, some societies have made and continue to make conscious efforts aimed at achieving this purpose through enacting of laws prohibiting discrimination based on race, ethnicity, national origin, gender, marital status, sexual orientation, age, color, and disabilities.

They also established governmental agencies to ensure that these anti-discrimination laws are enforced. According to the United Nations , Nigeria has roughly 12 million citizens who are disabled. This disabled population includes people with functional limitations such as physical, intellectual, or sensory impairment, medical conditions, or mental illness. The history of this group can be characterized by marginalization, silence, and invisibility.

According to the Center for Law Enforcement Education CLEEN report , people with disabilities are the least cared for, and they experience widespread discrimination from their families and the Nigerian society in general.

Most families in Nigeria who have a disabled family member are afraid of being ridiculed and laughed at by their neighbors and the public; therefore, they tend to keep the disabled person indoors and in isolation. Okafor wrote that people with physical disabilities in Nigeria are often seen as a disgrace to their families; therefore, they are often confined to discrete places where people will not readily notice them.

By such measures, the disabled person is prevented from participation in normal activities such as educational, economic, political, and social pursuits.

Within most ethnic groups in Nigeria, it is generally believed that the disabled person is either a curse from the gods or has been disabled through an act of witchcraft. In either case, the family with a disabled member is stigmatized.

Ibiam stated that the rate of ignorance among the Nigerian populace is high because mental illness is always associated with super-natural causes such as witchcraft or breach of a taboo or customs; therefore, the real causes of mental illness are neglected or disregarded because of such beliefs. Generally, families bear the brunt of caring for the disabled throughout their lives. Those who cannot stay with their families are usually ostracized and their legal rights, including the right to live peacefully, are threatened because of the general misconception that disabled people are either fiends or witches not worthy of human status.

According to Okafor , people with physical disabilities in Nigeria have a heavy psychological burden due to social deprivations coupled with their struggle for economic survival. In most cases, these persons are perceived as being cursed by the gods or by an act of witchcraft. In either case, families with disabled members are often stigmatized and sometimes even ostracized by their communities.

Background of the Problem Since Nigeria gained independence in , different ethnic groups at different times have accused the Nigerian Government of marginalization. This perception has resulted in creating tension and civil strife between the ethnic groups to the point that the Igbo ethnic group had threatened to secede from the rest of the country, culminating in a civil war between and According to Akinrinde , Nigeria has witnessed the growth and consolidation of the actions of six different ethnic militias executing ethnic nationalist agendas aimed at total independence, by force if negotiated autonomy failed.

Despite the plights of the different ethnic groups protesting about marginalization, the disabled are the least empowered in Nigeria when it comes to advocating for their rights.

This is true regardless of the fact that there are approximately 12 million disabled Nigerians representing all ethnic, religious, and linguistic groups. Their plight with regard to how they have been and continue to be excluded from Nigerian economic, political, religious, educational, and social activities, though not the main focus of this research, will be examined in terms of Nigerians' attitudes toward the exclusion of the disabled population from mainstream Nigeria.

It is vital that diversity and inclusivity provide the ethical foundation for an emerging nation's efforts to serve the population or the community it seeks to serve. Although diversity and inclusivity are distinct, they are integral and need to be considered as the ethical cornerstone of Nigeria's public policy toward the disabled.

According to the Report on the Implementation of the Convention on the Rights of the Child by Nigeria , people with disabilities are the least cared for, and discrimination against them is widespread both within the family and in society: It is in the context of this dilemma that prompted the framers of the Nigerian Constitution to include issues of diversity in its current Constitution This new Constitution sought to enable all Nigerians and their respective groups to be included in decision-making on issues that affect the citizens individually or otherwise.

However, the rights and needs of the 12 million disabled Nigerians were ignored by the framers of the Nigerian Constitution. Historical Overview and Current Laws In Nigerian society, disability has traditionally been viewed as a religious issue. As such, the family's response to a disabled family member traditionally has been to address the disability and its associated causes by seeking divine intervention through consultations with oracles and sacrificial offerings and prayers to the gods.

Although the traditional family response has been based on seeking a balance between the social needs of the family, it does not take into account social and other developmental needs of the disabled person. The United Nations has a long history of promoting and advocating equal rights for people with disabilities.

Between the 's and 's, the United Nations' primary focus was disability prevention and rehabilitation. During this era, it adopted The Universal Declaration of Human Rights, claiming that all human beings are born free and equal in dignity and that everyone is entitled to all rights and freedoms set out in the Declaration.

In the s, the United Nations' focus changed to that of proposing initiatives that embraced international concepts of human rights of people with disabilities, and the equalization of opportunities for them. Nigeria is endowed with a wealth of abundant and diverse resources, including different customs and traditions, and the needs of disabled individuals can be identified with the support systems of families, extended families, and nonprofit organizations. However, these support systems are mostly available in rural communities while they are in short supply or non-existent in the urban areas.

Over the past several years, there has been an increased awareness of the needs of people with disabilities in Nigeria. This raised awareness has prompted the Nigerian with Disability Decree to be promulgated, but with no policies formulated to enable its implementation to meet the special needs of people with disabilities. According to Garuba , two eras have been identified in the development of provisions for persons with special needs in Nigeria.

Garuba identified the second era as the social service era, during which the country witnessed a significant contribution from the government through commitment as well as inputs and regulations.

According to Okeke , the response to the educational needs of people with disabilities in Nigeria may have begun as far back as when the then Western Region's Education law stated that special schools should be made available for children with difficulties. In the same period, according to Okeke, similar regulation was enacted in then Northern Nigeria to cater to the needs of 6 disabled children.

In , at the national level the Head of State General Yakubu Gowon notified Nigerians during a national broadcast that his government would provide special education for the disabled by making provisions for the training of Special Education Teachers with emphasis on the special needs of the Nigerians with disabilities.

The response to the specialized educational and rehabilitation needs of people with disabilities appears to have been initiated by international missionaries. Moves toward providing rehabilitation services were also made in the s. Such moves include, but are not limited to, the establishment of the Oji River School for the handicapped, which was established in by the Anglican Mission to serve as a rehabilitation center.

According to the CLEEN Foundation report , some causes of disabilities include birth defects and health issues, oil-pipeline explosions, and road accidents.

In addition, disabled individuals include former soldiers, industrial workers, and victims of inter-ethnic and religious conflicts. The social status and protection of disabled Nigerians is regulated directly by one law, the Nigerians with Disability Decree of Unfortunately, many provisions stipulated in the Nigerians with Disability Decree to ensure equal opportunities for disabled Nigerians have not been realized.

Disabled Nigerians continue to experience problems in obtaining transportation, telephone communication, a lack of assistive devices or money to purchase devices, inadequate housing, medical treatment, accessibility issues, and consequently suffer from inconveniences and discomfort every day.

From a historical perspective, there is an occasional dawn of awareness of a set of moral guidelines regarding issues of human rights. Although some of these guidelines are in print, others are transmitted from one generation to another by way of oral history. In Nigeria, the rights of people with disabilities are also encoded in the Nigerians with Disability Decree of and the constitution that is supposed to guide law enactment.

These moral guidelines are philosophical concepts, doctrines, and an extrapolation from more or less distant 8 historical experiences and events. In the current political dispensation, human equality, the ability to live with diversity and inclusivity, and the right to be free from marginalization because of disability status are among contemporary global benchmarks.

Today's moral guidelines recognize the equal rights of minorities including people with disabilities relative to those of the majority. There are several avenues available to all nations, Nigeria included, to help them comply with the United Nations' resolutions as they relate to the needs of the disabled. Such avenues include constitutional amendments, enacting new laws, and applying case law. During the drafting phase of the current Nigerian Constitution , Nigerians missed the opportunity to include a specific reference to discrimination on the grounds of disabilities, which would have guaranteed all disabled Nigerians the full exercise of their rights.

As a result, only those rights guaranteed to all Nigerians in the Fundamental Rights, coupled with those enumerated in the Decree of , are applicable to disabled Nigerians. This is not to imply that constitutional guarantees would have been adequate, as implementing legislation would be needed to strengthen constitutional guarantees. The opportunity to guarantee the rights of the disabled may present itself future constitutional reviews. While Section 15 of the Nigerian Constitution prohibits discrimination based on religion, status, or ethnic or linguistic association, Section 42 sets out the rights and freedom to which every Nigerian is entitled.

It also stipulates what entitles a citizen to these basic rights, irrespective of a list of 9 enumerated bases including ethnic origin, place of birth, sex, religion, and political affiliation that could be used to discriminate or exclude a person's enjoyment of these rights.

Although the Nigerian Constitution guarantees the rights of every Nigerian against discrimination based on the aboveenumerated bases, it failed to include disability as a basis most likely due to oversight. Thus, the needs of the disabled and the other problems they face on a daily basis could be ameliorated through the inclusion of disability in the list of protected bases in the Nigerian Constitution.

This gesture would reinforce to the Nigerian people the government's commitment to ensuring that disability should not be used to deny a person's benefits or opportunities. Another strategy that may bring Nigeria into compliance with United Nations' mandates as they relate to the rights of the disabled is enacting laws at the federal level. These laws could be enacted to comply with, effect, or even complement the United Nations' resolutions.

They could also be modeled on United Nations' norms and standards. If enacted, such laws could include laws guaranteeing full participation of the disabled in the political process, laws forbidding discrimination based on disabilities, and requirements that employers, and service and housing providers remove impediments to full participation of disabled individuals in the mainstream.

The Nigerian Government could also use case law to conform to the United Nations' mandates in terms of disability issues.

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This microform edition is protected against unauthorized copying under Title 17, United States Code. Akhidenor, ii Abstract The study investigated Nigerians' overall attitudes toward people with disabilities, attitudes toward employment and people with disabilities, attitudes toward living arrangements and people with disabilities, and attitudes toward people with mental disabilities and other groups.

The target population of this study was Nigerians residing in Sacramento and surrounding counties in California. The sample of this study was made up of members of Sacramento Association of Nigerians using the nonprobability convenience sampling method with no exclusion criteria. Data were collected through self-administered survey questionnaire, using an adapted version of the Scale of Attitudes toward Disabled Persons SADP Antonak, ; and demographic questionnaire.

A synthesis of information collected from the responses of the sample to the SADP and to the demographic questionnaire helped the researcher to draw conclusion, implications, and recommendation.

This study found that the majority of Nigerians in the Sacramento area had positive attitudes toward people with disabilities. There were significant differences among the participants based on age.

Participants age 46 or more had significantly lower mean attitudes toward disabilities scores compared to participants age and those 35 or less. However, there were no significant differences revealed on living arrangements and people with disabilities, people with disabilities in the workforce, and attitudes toward people with mental disabilities and other vulnerable groups by age.

Results of the ANOVAs on overall attitudes, attitudes toward people with disabilities in the workforce and attitudes toward people with mental disabilities and other groups were significant, suggesting that participants' overall attitudes, attitudes toward people with disabilities in the workforce, and attitudes toward people with mental disabilities and other groups differed by Years of residency in the United States of America.

Tukey post hoc tests conducted revealed that participants residing in the United States of America between one to four years had significantly lower Overall attitudes and attitudes toward people with mental disabilities and other groups scores compared to participants residing in the USA between five and 10 years. Dedication I dedicate this dissertation to my wife Rosemary for her unwavering support and encouragement during my years of study, and to my parents.

I also dedicate this dissertation to my daughters, Onomeasike and Omoye for keeping themselves occupied while I was engaged in this venture.

I am appreciative to my mentor, Dr. Manuel Woods, for his patience and for providing me constructive feedback during the various phases of my dissertation. To the members of my Dissertation Committee, Dr. Rena Palloff and Dr. John Sullivan, I am grateful for the advice, support, and recommendations. I would like to express my sincere appreciation to Dr. Steve Davies Ugbah for all the assistance he gave me despite his busy schedule.

Finally, I would like to thank the president and members of the Sacramento Association of Nigerians SAN for allowing me use their association for this study.

I especially appreciate the participation of the members of SAN who participated in this study. Frequency and Percentages of Participants' responses to disability questions Table 3. Although this is a difficult task, some societies have made and continue to make conscious efforts aimed at achieving this purpose through enacting of laws prohibiting discrimination based on race, ethnicity, national origin, gender, marital status, sexual orientation, age, color, and disabilities.

They also established governmental agencies to ensure that these anti-discrimination laws are enforced. According to the United Nations , Nigeria has roughly 12 million citizens who are disabled. This disabled population includes people with functional limitations such as physical, intellectual, or sensory impairment, medical conditions, or mental illness.

The history of this group can be characterized by marginalization, silence, and invisibility. According to the Center for Law Enforcement Education CLEEN report , people with disabilities are the least cared for, and they experience widespread discrimination from their families and the Nigerian society in general.

Most families in Nigeria who have a disabled family member are afraid of being ridiculed and laughed at by their neighbors and the public; therefore, they tend to keep the disabled person indoors and in isolation. Okafor wrote that people with physical disabilities in Nigeria are often seen as a disgrace to their families; therefore, they are often confined to discrete places where people will not readily notice them.

By such measures, the disabled person is prevented from participation in normal activities such as educational, economic, political, and social pursuits. Within most ethnic groups in Nigeria, it is generally believed that the disabled person is either a curse from the gods or has been disabled through an act of witchcraft. In either case, the family with a disabled member is stigmatized. Ibiam stated that the rate of ignorance among the Nigerian populace is high because mental illness is always associated with super-natural causes such as witchcraft or breach of a taboo or customs; therefore, the real causes of mental illness are neglected or disregarded because of such beliefs.

Generally, families bear the brunt of caring for the disabled throughout their lives. Those who cannot stay with their families are usually ostracized and their legal rights, including the right to live peacefully, are threatened because of the general misconception that disabled people are either fiends or witches not worthy of human status. According to Okafor , people with physical disabilities in Nigeria have a heavy psychological burden due to social deprivations coupled with their struggle for economic survival.

In most cases, these persons are perceived as being cursed by the gods or by an act of witchcraft. In either case, families with disabled members are often stigmatized and sometimes even ostracized by their communities.

Background of the Problem Since Nigeria gained independence in , different ethnic groups at different times have accused the Nigerian Government of marginalization. This perception has resulted in creating tension and civil strife between the ethnic groups to the point that the Igbo ethnic group had threatened to secede from the rest of the country, culminating in a civil war between and According to Akinrinde , Nigeria has witnessed the growth and consolidation of the actions of six different ethnic militias executing ethnic nationalist agendas aimed at total independence, by force if negotiated autonomy failed.

Despite the plights of the different ethnic groups protesting about marginalization, the disabled are the least empowered in Nigeria when it comes to advocating for their rights. This is true regardless of the fact that there are approximately 12 million disabled Nigerians representing all ethnic, religious, and linguistic groups. Their plight with regard to how they have been and continue to be excluded from Nigerian economic, political, religious, educational, and social activities, though not the main focus of this research, will be examined in terms of Nigerians' attitudes toward the exclusion of the disabled population from mainstream Nigeria.

It is vital that diversity and inclusivity provide the ethical foundation for an emerging nation's efforts to serve the population or the community it seeks to serve. Although diversity and inclusivity are distinct, they are integral and need to be considered as the ethical cornerstone of Nigeria's public policy toward the disabled.

According to the Report on the Implementation of the Convention on the Rights of the Child by Nigeria , people with disabilities are the least cared for, and discrimination against them is widespread both within the family and in society: It is in the context of this dilemma that prompted the framers of the Nigerian Constitution to include issues of diversity in its current Constitution This new Constitution sought to enable all Nigerians and their respective groups to be included in decision-making on issues that affect the citizens individually or otherwise.

However, the rights and needs of the 12 million disabled Nigerians were ignored by the framers of the Nigerian Constitution. Historical Overview and Current Laws In Nigerian society, disability has traditionally been viewed as a religious issue. As such, the family's response to a disabled family member traditionally has been to address the disability and its associated causes by seeking divine intervention through consultations with oracles and sacrificial offerings and prayers to the gods.

Although the traditional family response has been based on seeking a balance between the social needs of the family, it does not take into account social and other developmental needs of the disabled person. The United Nations has a long history of promoting and advocating equal rights for people with disabilities. Between the 's and 's, the United Nations' primary focus was disability prevention and rehabilitation.

During this era, it adopted The Universal Declaration of Human Rights, claiming that all human beings are born free and equal in dignity and that everyone is entitled to all rights and freedoms set out in the Declaration. In the s, the United Nations' focus changed to that of proposing initiatives that embraced international concepts of human rights of people with disabilities, and the equalization of opportunities for them.

Nigeria is endowed with a wealth of abundant and diverse resources, including different customs and traditions, and the needs of disabled individuals can be identified with the support systems of families, extended families, and nonprofit organizations.

However, these support systems are mostly available in rural communities while they are in short supply or non-existent in the urban areas. Over the past several years, there has been an increased awareness of the needs of people with disabilities in Nigeria. This raised awareness has prompted the Nigerian with Disability Decree to be promulgated, but with no policies formulated to enable its implementation to meet the special needs of people with disabilities.

According to Garuba , two eras have been identified in the development of provisions for persons with special needs in Nigeria. Garuba identified the second era as the social service era, during which the country witnessed a significant contribution from the government through commitment as well as inputs and regulations. According to Okeke , the response to the educational needs of people with disabilities in Nigeria may have begun as far back as when the then Western Region's Education law stated that special schools should be made available for children with difficulties.

In the same period, according to Okeke, similar regulation was enacted in then Northern Nigeria to cater to the needs of 6 disabled children. In , at the national level the Head of State General Yakubu Gowon notified Nigerians during a national broadcast that his government would provide special education for the disabled by making provisions for the training of Special Education Teachers with emphasis on the special needs of the Nigerians with disabilities. The response to the specialized educational and rehabilitation needs of people with disabilities appears to have been initiated by international missionaries.

Moves toward providing rehabilitation services were also made in the s. Such moves include, but are not limited to, the establishment of the Oji River School for the handicapped, which was established in by the Anglican Mission to serve as a rehabilitation center. According to the CLEEN Foundation report , some causes of disabilities include birth defects and health issues, oil-pipeline explosions, and road accidents.

In addition, disabled individuals include former soldiers, industrial workers, and victims of inter-ethnic and religious conflicts. The social status and protection of disabled Nigerians is regulated directly by one law, the Nigerians with Disability Decree of Unfortunately, many provisions stipulated in the Nigerians with Disability Decree to ensure equal opportunities for disabled Nigerians have not been realized. Disabled Nigerians continue to experience problems in obtaining transportation, telephone communication, a lack of assistive devices or money to purchase devices, inadequate housing, medical treatment, accessibility issues, and consequently suffer from inconveniences and discomfort every day.

From a historical perspective, there is an occasional dawn of awareness of a set of moral guidelines regarding issues of human rights. Although some of these guidelines are in print, others are transmitted from one generation to another by way of oral history. In Nigeria, the rights of people with disabilities are also encoded in the Nigerians with Disability Decree of and the constitution that is supposed to guide law enactment.

These moral guidelines are philosophical concepts, doctrines, and an extrapolation from more or less distant 8 historical experiences and events. In the current political dispensation, human equality, the ability to live with diversity and inclusivity, and the right to be free from marginalization because of disability status are among contemporary global benchmarks.

Today's moral guidelines recognize the equal rights of minorities including people with disabilities relative to those of the majority. There are several avenues available to all nations, Nigeria included, to help them comply with the United Nations' resolutions as they relate to the needs of the disabled.

Such avenues include constitutional amendments, enacting new laws, and applying case law. During the drafting phase of the current Nigerian Constitution , Nigerians missed the opportunity to include a specific reference to discrimination on the grounds of disabilities, which would have guaranteed all disabled Nigerians the full exercise of their rights.

As a result, only those rights guaranteed to all Nigerians in the Fundamental Rights, coupled with those enumerated in the Decree of , are applicable to disabled Nigerians.

This is not to imply that constitutional guarantees would have been adequate, as implementing legislation would be needed to strengthen constitutional guarantees. The opportunity to guarantee the rights of the disabled may present itself future constitutional reviews. While Section 15 of the Nigerian Constitution prohibits discrimination based on religion, status, or ethnic or linguistic association, Section 42 sets out the rights and freedom to which every Nigerian is entitled.

It also stipulates what entitles a citizen to these basic rights, irrespective of a list of 9 enumerated bases including ethnic origin, place of birth, sex, religion, and political affiliation that could be used to discriminate or exclude a person's enjoyment of these rights.

Although the Nigerian Constitution guarantees the rights of every Nigerian against discrimination based on the aboveenumerated bases, it failed to include disability as a basis most likely due to oversight. Thus, the needs of the disabled and the other problems they face on a daily basis could be ameliorated through the inclusion of disability in the list of protected bases in the Nigerian Constitution. This gesture would reinforce to the Nigerian people the government's commitment to ensuring that disability should not be used to deny a person's benefits or opportunities.

Another strategy that may bring Nigeria into compliance with United Nations' mandates as they relate to the rights of the disabled is enacting laws at the federal level. These laws could be enacted to comply with, effect, or even complement the United Nations' resolutions. They could also be modeled on United Nations' norms and standards.

If enacted, such laws could include laws guaranteeing full participation of the disabled in the political process, laws forbidding discrimination based on disabilities, and requirements that employers, and service and housing providers remove impediments to full participation of disabled individuals in the mainstream.

The Nigerian Government could also use case law to conform to the United Nations' mandates in terms of disability issues.

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  1. Although the need for studies on effective treatments for gifted students with learning disabilities was cited in a report to Congress Interagency Committee on Learning Disabilities, , program development and evaluation with regard to this population has been weak Vaughn, Since the respondents can read and write in English, the questionnaire was self-administered, then collected by the researcher through face-to-face contact during a SAN meeting session. Descriptive statistics were used to summarize the results of all items.

  2. Nature, theory, and treatment pp. This perception has resulted in creating tension and civil strife between the ethnic groups to the point that the Igbo ethnic group had threatened to secede from the rest of the country, culminating in a civil war between and The first domain also contains three dimensions:

  3. The target population of this study was Nigerians residing in Sacramento and surrounding counties in California. These proclamations require nations to apply their best efforts to furnish persons with disabilities the conditions that are conducive for their active participation in labor and life activities. Answers to this question were derived from responses to survey items 1, 5, 6, 8, 9, 10, 14, 18, 22, 23, and

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