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Valadan M. Review the situation with regard to access to health centers and providing services to people with disabilities in the city of Shiraz . MEJDS. 2016; 6
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Abstract Introduction: Exploring the scope, manner and extent to respect the dignity of citizens, including citizens with disability can lead to important and valuable information to help managers and urban planners in its programs and activities they consider often. We aimed to investigate the situation as it relates to access to health centers provide services to people with disabilities in the city of Shiraz. Materials and Methods: In this study, 120 health centers and 120 of the city, including people with disabilities, blind, deaf or mobility impairment living in the city who were referred to these centers. Access to view the status of the studied samples, a list was used to evaluate the reliability and validity have been verified. Also has a view of the inability to determine the appropriate treatment and services center, a questionnaire consisting of ten questions was used. Spss statistical program for statistical analysis Chi-square test was used and the P- Value Results: According to the results obtained in the present study, an appropriate amount of health centers with regard to the disabled list and a questionnaire survey of 120 review 55/50%, respectively. In this study there was a significant relationship between the right of the center and found service available. Service relationship with stairs, elevators and waiting rooms for patients, was significant. Conclusions: Based on the survey results, the most appropriate health sectors respectively, elevators, hallways and pathways, patients Furniture foyer General, administrative areas, ramps, bathrooms, windows and door openings, stairs, entrance the main building and the parking (parking), which is the worst position, respectively. Based on the views of disabled people who completed the questionnaire, it can be concluded that the right amount of lift with 01/75 of the situation and to stop the worst is not allocated.

     
Type of Study: Original Research Article | Subject: Rehabilitation
Received: 2014/08/25 | Accepted: 2015/04/25

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