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Person with Multiple Disabilities Foundation (PWMDF) Corp. aims to provide transitional adult training and advocacy services for children with more than one disabilities developmental disabilities. Our goal is to provide total integration of people with mental disabilities into the whole of society. It is a non-stock, non-profit, NGO that promotes and protects the rights of persons with more than one disabilities in the Philippines, we are located in Sta Rosa Laguna. We are working towards the attainment of tailored fitted training activities, preparing then to live near normal life by providing programs in preparation for their economic independence and their active participation in social, cultural, political and civil life. We protect the rights of every person with disabilities and provide programs including SPECIAL ADULT TRANSITION ACTIVITIES, we take a rights-based approach to disability and development and have three core programs – inclusive education, economic empowerment and our advocacy program for the young people. We also have support group that meet together to support each other. Monthly activities for the parents and families of PWDs.
We are working with the private sector, government and community partners to develop and implement policies, programs and a service system that helps give children with multiple disabilities the best possible start in life,give tailored fitted special education for their more than one disabilities, prepare their youth to become productive adults and make it easier for families to access the services they need at all stages of a child's development challenges and to be the most admired special education centre that caters person with more than one disability.
Our foundation aims where all children with multiple disabilities and youth have the best opportunity to succeed and reach their full potential. For person with moderate-to-severe SPECIAL ADULT TRANSITION educational needs to be “Active in the Community, and Valued in Society”. For this to happen, students need to be equipped with the knowledge, skills, and attributes to participate meaningfully in their communities, and become contributing citizens who are valued by society.
THE FOUNDER is an ADVOCATE of PERSON WITH MULTIPLE DISABILITY as part of the Corporate Social Responsibility of her company THE ALPHA ENTERPRISE, this foundation will help children with multiple disabilities to have a tailored fit education for transition stage of adulthood.That way, PWD can have a chance to be productive in the workplace. In The Alpha Enterprise, she had implemented equal job opportunities to Person With Disability (PWD) in fact 50% of her employees are persons with disabilities.
HER GOAL IS IN PROVIDING THOSE PWD A CHANCE TO WORK TO THE COMPANY AND BE RECOGNISE, BE TREATED EQUALLY TO THOSE ABLED BEING EMPLOYEES. HER ADVOCACY IS TO FIGHT FOR THE RIGHT OF PWD AND LET THE PEOPLE UNDERSTAND THAT THEY ALSO CAN CONTRIBUTE TO THE GROWTH OF THE COMPANY , THAT MOVES THE ECONOMY OF EVERY NATION.ASIDE FROM THE FOUNDATION FOR PWD, PART OF THE COMPANY’S EARNING IS THROUGH HELPING BUILDING CHURCHES BEING HIT BY THE CALAMITIES,SUPPORTING THE MISSIONARIES AND SUPPORTING HER HEART IN HELPING PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES HAS GAINED THE ATTENTION OF INTERNATIONAL AWARD GIVING BODIES LIKE INTERNATIONAL STEVIE AWARDS FOR WOMAN IN BUSINESS GIVING HER THE HIGHEST AWARD OF GOLD IN NOVEMBER 17, 2017 IN MARRIOTT HOTEL TIMES SQUARE NEW YORK. FOR HER CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITIES.
Rehabilitation is an integrated approach to physical, psychosocial, cultural, spiritual, educational, or vocational measures that create conditions for the individual to attain the highest possible level of functional ability.
When considering what supports a child needs, it’s helpful to think about major life activities include activities such as: • caring for oneself; • performing manual tasks; • seeing, hearing, eating, and sleeping; • walking, standing, lifting, and bending; • speaking and communicating; • breathing; • learning; • reading; • concentrating and thinking; and • working.
In Home Care
Adult Day Services
Recreation and Sport
Social Enrichment Program
1) Provide Activities of Daily Living to PWDs as part of adult transistion program.
2) Build a support group, is fully organized and managed by its members, who are commonly volunteers and have personal experience in the subject of the group's focus. These groups may also be referred to as fellowships, peer support groups, lay organizations, mutual help groups, or mutual aid self-help groups.
3) Provide Rehabilitation support like free hearing aide, prosthesis, wheel chair and crutches.
4) Monthly Livelihood Activities within Sta rosa and scheduled Nationwide training.
5) Monthly Magazine issue for updates
6) Seasonal Medical and Dental Mission.
7) Family day activities for PWDs and their families, together with PWDMFC supporters.
The future plans of the Foundation is a place where there is a live-in training center. An institution that will accept those persons with disabilities that has been neglected by their families. There will be a place where they can live and learn.
Your support and contributions will enable us to meet our goals and improve conditions. Your generous donation will fund our mission.
Disability refers to any restriction or lack of ability (resulting from an impairment) to perform an activity in the manner or within the range considered normal for a human being. Impairments associated with disabilities may be physical, mental or sensory motor impairment. Furthermore, multiple disabilities are often referred to as “two or more disabilities in the same person.” Having multiple disabilities does not necessarily mean the sum of various impairments as it can also be regarded as an interlinked network of conditions. Each element may affect each other in different, sometimes ambiguous, ways.
In Republic Act (R.A.) 9442 “An act amending republic act no. 7277, otherwise known as the “Magna Carta for disabled persons, and for other purposes” and R.A. 7277 “An Act providing for the rehabilitation, self-development and self-reliance of disabled person and their integration into the mainstream of society and for other purposes.” Person with Disabilities rights, privileges and laws.
According to Memorandum Circular No. 2009-37 Support For Community-Based Program For Children With Disabilities (CWD) and with the “United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (UNCRPD) with its purpose to promote, protect and ensure the full and equal enjoyment of all human rights and fundamental freedom by all persons with disabilities and to promote respect for their inherent dignity. In UNCRPD, Article 3 General principles (h) Respect for the evolving capacities of children with disabilities and respect for the right of children with disabilities to preserve their identities and Article 7 Children with Disabilities (No. 1-3) and Article 23 (3) Respect for home and the family. States Parties shall ensure that children with disabilities have equal rights with respect to family life. With a view to realizing these rights, and to prevent concealment, abandonment, neglect and segregation of children with disabilities, States Parties shall undertake to provide early and comprehensive information, services and support to children with disabilities and their families.
With the Philippine’s ratification of the UNCRPD, all National and Local Government Agencies are encouraged to promote disability rights and to include persons with disabilities in the development of their programs and services. All Local Chief Executives are also encouraged to ensure that CWD’s concerns are included in the Plans and Programs of their respective LCPCs, and maintain Database on CWDs.
According to the 2010 Census of Population and Housing (2010 CPH), of the 92.1 million population in the country, 1,443 thousand persons (1.57%) had disability. Among the 17 regions, Region IV-A recorded the highest number of PWD at 193,000 followed by the National Capitol Region at 167,000. (https://psa.gov.ph/content/persons-disability-philippines-results-2010-census)
As of 2010, there were 375,952 recorded school-age children with disabilities in the Philippines, the National Census showed. However, only 1 in every 3 of these children is in school. For children with disabilities, schools are often physically inaccessible or unable to cater to their needs. In fact, only less than 3% of Filipino children with disabilities has access to education.
According to the data gathered by the Department of Education on 2013, there are a total of 2,092 children with multiple disabilities in the Philippines and 149 of those are from Region IV-A.
In Batas Pambansa Blg. 344 Accessibility Law “An act to enhance the mobility of disabled persons by requiring certain buildings, institutions, establishments, and public utilities to install facilities and other devices.” In Section 1 Rights of disabled persons to participate fully in the social life and the development of the societies in which they live and the enjoyment of the opportunities available to other citizens, no license or permit for the construction, repair or renovation of public and private buildings for public use, educational institutions, airports, sports and recreation centers and complexes, shopping centers or establishments, public parking spaces, workplaces, public utilities, shall be granted or issued unless the owner or operator thereof shall install and incorporate in such building, establishment, institution or public utility, such architectural facilities or structural features as shall reasonably enhance the mobility of disabled persons such as sidewalks, ramps, railings and the like.
The country is still in the process of collecting reliable statistics regarding the situation of disabilities, but according to the house- to house surveys performed in whole municipalities that are implementing the national Community-Based Rehabilitation Program (CBRP), between 6 and 7 % of the population had disabilities and at least 30% of this population required assistive devices (Country Profile on Disability, 2002). This assistive device includes wheelchairs, crutches, hearing aids, white cane, walker and walking stick which are needed in rehabilitation of person with multiple disabilities.
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Person with Multiple Disabilities Foundation (PWMDF) Corp. aims to provide ADULT TRANSITIONAL TRAINING and advocacy services for children with more than one disabilities developmental disabilities. Our goal is to provide total integration of people with mental disabilities into the whole of society. It is a non-stock, non-profit, NGO that promotes and protects the rights of persons with more than one disabilities in the Philippines, we are located in STA ROSA Laguna. We are working towards the attainment of tailored fitted educational program, preparing then to live near normal life by providing programs in preparation for their economic independence and their active participation in social, cultural, political and civil life. We protect the rights of every person with disabilities and provide programs including special education, we take a rights-based approach to disability and development and have three core programs – inclusive education, economic empowerment and our advocacy program for the young people.
In IRR of the Republic Act 7277 Learner with Special Needs a person who differs significantly from the average learner in (a) mental characteristics; (b) sensory abilities; (c) neuromuscular or physical characteristics; (d) psychosocial characteristics; or has multiple handicaps or has chronic illness; and or has a developmental lag to such an extent that he requires modified or specialized instruction and services in order to develop to his maximum capability. Program Modification refers to any adjustments in the educational program and/or services for learners with special needs in order to facilitate their learning. Modifications and adjustments may be done in such aspects as classroom program, services and facilities, class schedule, curricular scope and sequence, teaching objectives, teaching strategies, instructional materials, facilities and equipment.
PWMDF curriculum are guided by the SPED Curriculum Framework: ‘Living, Learning and Working in the 21st Century’ in designing and delivering quality and holistic education for their students. Released in 2018, the SPED Curriculum Framework marks a significant milestone in raising the quality of special education by setting a common language and direction for excellence in teaching and learning. At the same time, the Framework provides the flexibility and space for the SPED schools to customize their curriculum to the unique needs of their diverse student profiles.
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