Evaluation of Vocational Services Provided to Jordanian Disabled People According to International Standers

  •  Alia Al-Oweidi    


The purpose of the study is to evaluate the vocational rehabilitation services provided to people with disabilities according to international standards in Jordan. The sample of the study consisted of (56) managers and teachers in four specialized centers in vocational rehabilitation. The findings showed that the compatibility degree ranged between high and average levels, as findings show that the evaluation is high in center’s philosophy, center’s aims for vocational rehabilitation and training domains. Moreover, the evaluation was in an average level in assessment and diagnosis, vocational guidance and safety and security measures, interacting with local community, vocational rehabilitation staff and procedures as well as general activities. Meanwhile, the performance was low in shelter workshops and follow up domains. The findings show that the means are low regarding to visual impairment center on center’s philosophy, assessment and diagnosis, shelter workshops and follow up domains while, there were no differences in the other domains attributed to disability type.

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