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Abstract

The aim of the study is to analyze the features of the available environmental and architectural conditions for the life activity of the analyzed social community, allowing students with disabilities to be more independent in terms of learning, movement in space, visiting various institutions, work, and organization of life. The article analyzes the concept of accessible environment as an ecology component of disabled students’ everyday life, the level of accessibility for students with disabilities for priority facilities and services in priority areas of life (culture, social protection, physical culture and sports, education, labor and employment, health care, information and communication, transport), the level of disabled students’ satisfaction with rehabilitation services (rehabilitation courses in rehabilitation institutions, provision of technical means of rehabilitation, provision of consulting assistance on rehabilitation issues), provided within the framework of the State program. The study found that students with hearing disabilities assess the availability of a number of institutions lower than the average of all respondents with disabilities. It is determined that students with visual disabilities more often than people with other disabilities have trouble when visiting medical institutions, supermarkets and shops, social protection institutions. The study also revealed that respondents with impaired functions of the musculoskeletal system, including wheelchair students, highly appreciate the availability of authorities and public institutions. The study found that the least urban ground electric transport is available for students with disorders of the musculoskeletal system. It is revealed that more than half of students noted the fact of existence of educational and upbringing work in the region with citizens on problems of students with disabilities; students with visual disabilities and students with disorders of the musculoskeletal system, including wheelchair students gave the highest rating, students with mental health disorders and students with General diseases gave the lowest rating to it.

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