Psycho-Social Problems faced by Persons with Disability

  title={Psycho-Social Problems faced by Persons with Disability},
  author={Laveena D’Mello and Meena Monteiro and B M Govindaraju},
Down the ages, we see disability is as curse or punishment. With the development of science and social change, disability is seen as a societal problem rather than individual problem and solution became focused on removing the barriers to social change, not just medical care. The persons with a disability encounter discrimination; they tend to alienate themselves from society as they feel unwanted and rejected. It affects the psycho social condition of persons with disabilities. The human… 



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