Dr. Dana Roth – Head of the Research and Evaluation Dept., Beit Issie Shapiro
Poster presented at the 5th IASSIDD European congress “Diversity & Belonging: celebrating differences”, Athens July 17-20, 2018.
World Cerebral Palsy Day – 2016
Poster – Information about Cerebral Palsy
The lecture focuses on the importance of self-advocacy for people with autism, as it presents itself in the advanced reforms made in Hungary, such as the “Eight Points” project, and the establishment of the first NGO in Hungary, which is directed and governed by people with autism.
The lecturer describes a park whose plan is based on universal design principles that enable leisure and recreation activities for children with disabilities and parents with disabilities.
Dr. Leontiev describes a research study comparing students with and without disabilities in regard of their emotional and adaptation resources.
The lecture describes a study centering on the level of importance given by therapists treating people with intellectual disabilities, to activity geared towards social inclusion.
The lecture focuses on behavior problems, mothers’ mental health and the functioning of families of young patients of Schneider Hospital’s Dual Diagnosis Clinic.
The lecture focuses on the transition of people with mental disabilities from institutional living to community living in light of the UN’s convention.
In her lecture, Ms. Sabrina Donina describes a study which examines a method intended to define ways to improve the quality of life of people with intellectual disabilities who live away from home, with the collaboration of the residents, their families and their therapists.
Dr. Portuguese discusses medical phenomena that can mimic psychiatric disorders in people with cognitive disabilities, which therefore can prevent the provision of the necessary medical treatment.