Accessibility of Disabled-Friendly Public Services: A Case Study in Bantul District Police
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- Accessibility, Public Service, Disabled
In 2018, the minister Reform and Bureaucratic were giving the award to the 61 heads of regions with the best public service. This award is intended to provide an evaluation of public services to the community. The results of the evaluation of services public in 2018 are as much as 16 units of the organizers of the service received category A (excellent service category). This has experienced a surge in winning the top service category, compared to last year ‘s new one, namely AM Parikesit Regional Hospital, Kutai Kartanegara Regency. The increase also occurred in the unit servicing the public by category A- (very good), which in the year 2017 a new 50, tahun2018 into 86 units (Ministry for Administrative Reform State and Reform Bureaucracy, November 27, 2018). Based on the results of the assessment are then in the research is that it will be one of its aspects is a means of infrastructure in Bantul Regency. Associated with means of infrastructure is then expected to serve the public are given can be accessed by all parties, including among others are people with disabilities or persons with disabilities. If the means of infrastructure that is given by the organizers of the service of public good and friendly with disabilities it is not going to no more extended care that discriminatory that only can be accessed by residents usual. Talking about people with disabilities is indeed very interesting for people with disabilities is more like using the term ‘ disability ‘ and ‘ disabled ‘ (different ability, differently-abled people) than the term ‘ disability ‘ and ‘ persons with disabilities ‘ which tends to connote negative it. Disability is the person who has the ability that differs from humans more. Because different, disabilities need facilities that differ from the usual. Needs to be adjusted and added services for people with disabilities. But that does not mean because they are different; we ordinary people have the right to humiliate, exclude, or discriminate against them. The findings in this study are the existence of facilities or lack of infrastructure that supports people with disabilities to feel comfortable using, for example, access roads that are made in tiers (stairs) are difficult for people with disabilities who use wheelchairs. Besides, toilet facilities are less supportive because usually only a squat bathroom is provided.
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TY - CONF AU - Atik Septi Winarsih AU - Dewi Sekar Kencono AU - Muhammad Iqbal PY - 2021 DA - 2021/01/21 TI - Accessibility of Disabled-Friendly Public Services: A Case Study in Bantul District Police BT - Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Sustainable Innovation 2020–Social, Humanity, and Education (ICoSIHESS 2020) PB - Atlantis Press SP - 111 EP - 116 SN - 2352-5398 UR - https://doi.org/10.2991/assehr.k.210120.113 DO - https://doi.org/10.2991/assehr.k.210120.113 ID - Winarsih2021 ER -