HUMAN BALANCE FUNCTION DIAGNOSTIC AND IMPROVEMENT MODEL WITHIN SOCIAL TELEREHABILITATION SYSTEM

Aleksandrs Gorbunovs, Atis Kapenieks, Velta Lubkina

Abstract


Very often persons with disabilities are faced with several obstacles such as lower level of services, limitations and inadequate access to education, health care, information and communication technology resources, unsuitable buildings entrance and workplaces equipment. Existing e-health models are rather general. The aim of this paper is to propose new social telerehabilitation system supportive human balance function diagnostic and improvement model which would enhance inclusion process

Keywords


balance disorders; inclusive education; health promotion; telerehabilitation

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.21277/sw.v1i7.287

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