The Social Sciences

Year: 2018
Volume: 13
Issue: 3
Page No. 671 - 676

Social Inclusion of People with Disabilities in Vietnam: An Explanation from Educational Experiences

Authors : Tran Van Kham

Abstract: People with disabilities in Vietnam accounts for around 7.8% of the national population. As the same developing countries, Vietnam pays more attentions and proposes the critical initiatives and efforts on supporting people with disabilities to have the social inclusion in many aspects of daily life. However, they are still facing difficulties in Vietnamese contexts from the social attitudes to physical environments. Education is one of the most significant means for them to look ahead to the independent life in the future and also considered as the early intervention on supporting them and the most preferred activity by people with disabilities in Vietnam. This study aims at identifying the educational level which people with disabilities achieved and analyzing the barriers in educational settings and also proposing the supports for them to have better and independent life.

How to cite this article:

Tran Van Kham , 2018. Social Inclusion of People with Disabilities in Vietnam: An Explanation from Educational Experiences. The Social Sciences, 13: 671-676.

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