The study aims to clarify the quality of life among physically disabled teens in inclusive and special education schools in Jerusalem according to Quality of life ranks (psychological, social, academics, and physical health). The study population consist of 117 physically disabled teenagers’ students in Jerusalem. The study sample was 52 physically disabled teenagers at ages 14-21 years in two schools; special education and an included school, which equal to 44%. The researchers used descriptive approach. The results show differences in quality of life in both schools: the quality of life according to psychological, academic and healthy ranks among physically disabled teenagers are moderate in both inclusive and special education schools with favoring to inclusive schools. While in social rank in inclusive school scored higher than the special education school. The results show there is no significant differences in quality of life among physically disabled teenagers in both schools based on sex, and economic status. However, the results show significant differences related to age, and educational places favoring to special education school. The study recommended improving (Academic, healthy and psychological) quality of life in both schools, and social quality of life in special education school.
klaib, Jamil and Qanbar, Rehab
"Quality of life levels for physically disabled teenagers in inclusive and special education schools in jerusalem,"
An-Najah University Journal for Research - B (Humanities): Vol. 36:
3, Article 5.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.aaru.edu.jo/anujr_b/vol36/iss3/5