by Regina Celia Fiorati and Valeria Meirelles Carril Elui
Rev. Latino-Am. Enfermagem Vol.23, No.2, Mar./Apr. 2015
The objective of the study was to analyze the socio-familial and community inclusion and social participation of people with disabilities, as well as their inclusion in occupations in daily life. The results show that the socio-familial and community inclusion of the study participants is conditioned to the social determinants of health and present high levels of social inequality expressed by difficult access to PHC and rehabilitation services, work and income, education, culture, transportation and social participation.