Рrospects for introducing inclusive rehabilitation and social tourism in Ukraine


Keywords: inclusive tourism, people with need for inclusion, small-scale groups, inclusive tourists, rehabilitants

Abstract

The article highlights the theoretical and methodological foundations of inclusive tourism development; substantiates theoretical aspects of the origin and use of the new concept of “inclusive rehabilitation and social tourism”; analyzes the modern world and Ukrainian experience in the development and implementation of inclusive tourism in the tourism sector of Ukraine. The article presents a study of the evolution and futureintroduction of inclusive tourism in the rehabilitation system of Ukraine, taking into account the peculiarities of the regulatory framework, political and economic problems in the country, and, as a result, the social standard of living of Ukraine. We provide a classification of groups of inclusive tourists according to the types of inclusion and the possibilities of providing rehabilitation services: social group (Chernobyl veterans, pensioners, pregnant women, large families, and others); the group people with disabilities (various groups of disabilities and nosologies), people with “war syndrome” (Afghan War veterans, military from zones of the ATO, displaced people, people with psychological trauma, children of war, war veterans, and others). The priority directions of rehabilitation care professionals were determined depending on the inclusive profile and nosology: therapeutic and recreational, cultural-cognitive, family-youth, professional-labour, non-Olympic physical culture and sports. The components for each segment of rehabilitation and social services for people with inclusion due to tourist activities are identified. A conceptually new theoretical and methodological block model of an”accessible” inclusive environment for rehabilitation of people of various inclusive groups and nosologies is presented. The connection between the main elements of this model of inclusive rehabilitation tourism is established. In order to fully understand the level of the need for the introduction of inclusive tourism in Ukrainian society, not only is a thorough scientific and methodological base needed, but also practical testing of the results.

Author Biographies

Natalia V. Bіelousova
National Aviation University
Olha А. Lyubitseva
Kiev National University named after Taras Shevchenko

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Published
2019-12-22
How to Cite
BіelousovaN., & Lyubitseva, O. (2019). Рrospects for introducing inclusive rehabilitation and social tourism in Ukraine. Journal of Geology, Geography and Geoecology, 28(4), 631-639. https://doi.org/https://doi.org/10.15421/111960