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Disability issues

8 Oct 2020

Ny rapport: ännu är smarta tekniska lösningar inte verklighet i nordiska kommuner

Smart teknik anses vara en av de viktigaste lösningarna när det kommer till att öka tillgängligheten i våra städer för personer med f [...]

Disability issues

2 Oct 2020

Medlem i Funktionshindersrådet nominerad till FN-kommitté

Danmark har nominerat Sif Holst som kandidat till The Committee on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities. "Det är en stor ära. Jag är s [...]


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Public health

31 Aug 2020

NAD – Nordic Studies on Alcohol and Drugs

Read the latest issue of our research journal NAD - Nordic Studies on Alcohol and Drugs. [...]

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Disability issues

24 Aug 2020

Revealing hidden potentials – Assessing cognition in individuals with congenital deafblindness

This book presents varying assessment purposes, procedures and analytic approaches for professionals who are involved in making ex [...]

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21 Aug 2020

Psychological assessment of individuals with deafblindness

Psychological assessment can be used as a tool for promoting learning, health, and development in children with congenital deafbli [...]


Disability issues

Universal design, participation and democracy

Universal design means that society, goods and services are designed and functio [...]

Welfare policy

Subnetworks within the field of dementia

There are a number of small, separate groups within the Nordic region. The Nordi [...]

Welfare policy

Active and healthy ageing in the Nordic region

We are living longer and longer, and the proportion of elderly people in the Nor [...]

Disability issues

Children, young people and participation

Disabled children and young people have the right to participate in society on e [...]

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