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No 1 (2016) The services for supported employment for persons with disability in Scotland: Interview with Jamie Rutherford Abstract  PDF (ENG\ITA)
Felice Bisogni, Stefano Pirrotta, Silvia Policelli
 
No 1 (2015) Integration of disability at primary and lower secondary schools in Italy: A research study on assistants for autonomy and communication Abstract  PDF (eng\ita)
Fiammetta Giovagnoli, Andrea Caputo, Rosa Maria Paniccia
 
No 2 (2014) Special Educational Needs: diversity as potentiality. Methodological approaches for inclusive education. Abstract  PDF (ita)
Sonia Rossetti, Sara Seno
 
No 1 (2016) The construction of the services for persons with disability in Lithuania: Interview with Dana Migaliova Abstract  PDF (ENG\ITA)
Felice Bisogni, Stefano Pirrotta, Silvia Policelli
 
No 1 (2018) Research-intervention for the development of organizational competence in a sociosanitary service for adults with disability and their familiy members Abstract
Felice Bisogni, Stefano Pirrotta
 
No 2 (2014) Families with a child with a disability: The expectations toward services and psychology. Abstract  PDF (eng\ita)
Rosa Maria Paniccia, Fiammetta Giovagnoli, Fiorella Bucci, Andrea Caputo
 
No 2 (2018) The demand of the clients of a sociosanitary service for adults with disability and their family members: A research-intervention with the Emotional Text Analysis Abstract
Stefano Pirrotta, Felice Bisogni
 
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