- Dr. Ayelet Gur
- Senior Lecturer
- Social Work
- [email protected]
- Psycho-social aspects of disability
- Disability and family
- Disability Policy
- Psychological flexibility in rehabilitation context
Dr. Ayelet Gur is a senior lecturer at the Social Work Department, Tel Hai College. Her interest lies at the intersection of social policy and disability, and especially issues related to the social inclusion and human rights of persons with disabilities in light of the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities. Dr. Gur leads a national longitudinal study examining personal budgeting for individuals with intellectual and mental disabilities. She also is engaged in an evaluation study of an integrative bio-psychosocial intervention in early intervention centers for children with developmental disabilities.
- Individualized budgeting for social care services for people with disability, JDC-Israel, The Ministry of Health, The Ministry of Welfare and Social Affairs.
- Evaluation of an integrative bio-psychosocial intervention in early intervention centers for children with developmental disabilities, Beit Issie Shapiro.
Research seminar, From crisis to growth: Coping processes in special families
Empirical research in practice
Writing empirical research reports: An introduction
Intervention methods in social work
Gur, A. & Bina, R. (2022). Factors associated with a sense of belonging among people with intellectual and developmental disabilities: A systematic review. Journal of Intellectual Disabilities, 1-30. https://doi.org/10.1177/17446295211068424
Lifshitz, H., Gur, A., Sinitzer- Meirovitz, S. & Eden, S. (2022). The Contribution of Distress Factors and Coping Resources to the Motivation to Use ICT among Adults with Intellectual Disability during COVID-19. Education and Information Technologies. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10639-022-11042-3
Shenaar-Golan, V. & Gur, A., & Yatzkar, U. (2022). Emotion regulation and subjective well-being among parents of children with behavioral and emotional problems – the role of self-compassion. Current Psychology, https://doi.org/10.1007/s12144-022-03228-2
Gur, A. & Hindi, T.N. (2022). Exploring fathers’ perspectives on family-centered services for families of children with disabilities. Research in Developmental Disabilities, 124, 104199, 1-8.