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The management of technology in the employment integration of individuals with diverse abilities: a bibliographic analysis from a health and well-being perspective.

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Matilde Bolaño García ,
Matilde Bolaño García

Universidad del Magdalena, Docente e investigadora de la Facultad Ciencias de la Educación. Santa Marta, Colombia

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Abstract

This article presents a bibliographic analysis that examines the significance of technology management in the occupational integration of individuals with diverse abilities, from a health and well-being perspective. Through the review of various documents, the study identifies how the appropriate implementation of technology can contribute to enhancing the quality of work life for this group of individuals, promoting their inclusion and well-being. Key interventions necessary for ensuring successful occupational integration are highlighted, with a focus on holistic and comprehensive development, as well as the importance of providing quality and relevant education. This health-oriented approach aims to foster an inclusive and equitable work environment, where the diverse abilities of each individual are recognized and valued.

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Bolano Garcia M. The management of technology in the employment integration of individuals with diverse abilities: a bibliographic analysis from a health and well-being perspective. Salud, Ciencia y Tecnología [Internet]. 2023 Sep. 6 [cited 2024 May 28];3:427. Available from: https://revista.saludcyt.ar/ojs/index.php/sct/article/view/427

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