“Progetto di Vita” (PdV Life Project) represents the guarantee element for respect of rights and Quality of Life of people with disabilities. It is based on the principle of resilient community that welcomes vulnerability conditions by interpreting “disability” in the semantic meaning of “different abilities” and of resource, triggering a process implementable when institutions, research and welfare services operate according to a holistic approach. In Italy, Law 112/16 identifies in PdV the principle of paths aimed at fully implementing right to social inclusion expressed by UN Convention. The law provides measures allowing parents to face the future of their children with disabilities in the so-called “Dopo di Noi” (after us). PdV represents a key principle for that holistic approach necessary to address the multidimensional character of disability that can impact on design and management of built environment. Actions in this direction cannot but be supported by a wider infrastructure, through the transdisciplinary approach essential for pathways of social inclusion related to accompanying disabled people to autonomy (where possible). This paper aims to report the results of the first stages of a research path aimed at the development of procedural guidelines at meta-project level for the design of new residential models for people with disabilities built around PdV holistic approach foreseen by Law 112/16.

“Progetto di Vita” and Design for All: An Integrated Approach in Supporting Collaborative Housing Projects for Persons with Disabilities

C. Perego;A. S. Pavesi;I. Oberti
2021

Abstract

“Progetto di Vita” (PdV Life Project) represents the guarantee element for respect of rights and Quality of Life of people with disabilities. It is based on the principle of resilient community that welcomes vulnerability conditions by interpreting “disability” in the semantic meaning of “different abilities” and of resource, triggering a process implementable when institutions, research and welfare services operate according to a holistic approach. In Italy, Law 112/16 identifies in PdV the principle of paths aimed at fully implementing right to social inclusion expressed by UN Convention. The law provides measures allowing parents to face the future of their children with disabilities in the so-called “Dopo di Noi” (after us). PdV represents a key principle for that holistic approach necessary to address the multidimensional character of disability that can impact on design and management of built environment. Actions in this direction cannot but be supported by a wider infrastructure, through the transdisciplinary approach essential for pathways of social inclusion related to accompanying disabled people to autonomy (where possible). This paper aims to report the results of the first stages of a research path aimed at the development of procedural guidelines at meta-project level for the design of new residential models for people with disabilities built around PdV holistic approach foreseen by Law 112/16.
Proceedings of the 21st Congress of the International Ergonomics Association (IEA 2021)
978-3-030-74605-6
Disability - “Progetto di Vita” (PdV) - Inclusion - Design for All (DfA) - Process - Collaborative housing
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