Obstacles and success of the adjustment of people with disabilities

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Sasipin Sukbunpant

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         Living in the society of person with disabilities would face the satisfied and stressful  Living in the society of person with disabilities would face the satisfied and stressful circumstances. Adjustment is the approach to decrease the stress, and to preserve the individual’s body, mind and social security. Adjustment aims to overcome the obstacles and to discover technique with lessen the pressure in order to live with a pleasant life.


          Achieving adjusted person with disabilities have a secure mind and accept their impairments and help themselves according to their limitations to work and live without burden on their family and society. Obstacles of adjustment including their impairments, family, and environment. The successfulness of adjustment of person with disabilities can be considering to the overview of the mental health, self-help skills, vocational and social adaptations of those person. Achieving adjusted person with disabilities have a secure mind and accept their impairments and help themselves according to their limitations to work and live without burden on their family and society. Obstacles of adjustment including their impairments, family, and environment. The successfulness of adjustment of person with disabilities can be considering to the overview of the mental health, self-help skills, vocational and social adaptations of those person.

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Sukbunpant, S. (2019). Obstacles and success of the adjustment of people with disabilities. Journal Of Ratchasuda College for Research and Development of Persons With Disabilities, 15(1). Retrieved from https://www.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/RSjournal/article/view/205740
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