Psychological disability and mechanisms of merger

Country: Canada

City: Toronto

Abstr. due: 15.03.2015

Dates: 14.04.15 — 15.04.15

Area Of Sciences: Psychology;

Organizing comittee e-mail: pdmm- 15@iconferences.ca

Organizers: International Conferences Organization

 

Overview:

    Children, youth and adults with a developmental disability and mental health conditions should experience the highest quality of life possible, regardless of illness or disability. The concept of disability has changed as well as the changing of Classifying into major categories and subcategories radically over the past twenty years. In the past, disability was seen as a permanent mental or physical defect and an original flaw in the individual makes him different from any other creature, which resulted in the establishment of isolated institutions and institutes for persons with disabilities, Led to in turn to the marginalization of them in society.


Call for Papers:

    The conference aims to shed light on the psychological characteristics of disabled depending on the nature of disability and the importance of integrating with special needs in the community operations. Call for the participation of researchers, academics and those who are interested in the psychological, social sciences, humanities, education, disability matters and special needs matters. Researchers in this regard to submit their researches to participate in a psychological disability and integration mechanisms Conference Conference will be held in both Arabic and English with simultaneous translation and in the city of Toronto - Canada in the period from 14 to 15, 2015 at the Marriott Airport

Conference Topics:

    Psychological characteristics of disabled depending on the nature of disability
    Mental and developmental disabilities
    Autistic spectrum disorders
    Attention deficit disorders and self-activity
    Disability between genetics and the environment
    Merger as a modern trend
    The mechanisms of disabled merger
    The role of technology assistance and adaptation in the merger processes
    The role of the family and the school in the process of the integration of disabled child
    The role of civil society in the integration of the disabled
    The role of technology assistance and adaptation in the merger processes
    The role of the family and the school in the process of the integration of disabled child
    The role of civil society in the integration of the disabled
    Merger between rejection and acceptance amid a disabled family
    Family acceptance of a disabled child as the first to born
 

Conference Web-Site: http://www.iconferences.ca/pdmm-15-english.html