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This work was presented in part at the 19th International Symposium on Artificial Life and Robotics, Beppu, Oita, January 22–24, 2014.
The United Nations proclaimed that the year 1981 was the International Year of Disabled Persons. Countries worldwide vigorously promote a barrier-free environment to achieve the goal of equal opportunities and full participation. Therefore, providing disabled students with a barrier-free campus environment is an issue that demands substantial attention from governments and schools. In this study, we investigated the physical characteristics of disabled students and their needs regarding a barrier-free environment. We summarized the reasons for campus accidents involving disabled students and proposed recommendations for campus accident prevention to enable competent authorities and schools to improve the provision of barrier-free environments. The results of this study can enable schools to meet the needs of disabled students, allowing them to safely participate in various learning activities and to interact with their peers and increasing their opportunities for social participation and learning, thereby cultivating their potential and fostering further development.
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