Docu-film on State of ICT for Persons With Disabilities

Dubbed "From Why to How in ICT for Persons With Disabilities", it first shows the status of ICT and how those with disabilities were struggling to overcome the hurdles, and the government's continued advocacy and information dissemination. It then leads to its significant contribution to the article provisions of the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons With Disabilities. The Philippines became a signatory of this convention in 2008.

So humbled for quoting me about web accessibility

Thank you very much to Accessibility of Nottingham in UK, Accessibility for Noobs, the US Bureau of Reclamation, and Access2Digital of UK! So humbled that you are one with me in believing that "access to the web is not only for people with disabilities but for all of us who are thankful that there are no barriers in using our abilities."

The Deaf and Access to Museum Services

Every time I conduct deaf sensitivity seminars, I see to it that I list down issues and concerns of deaf and hard-of-hearing visitors/customers in accessing their products and services. The National Museum is another excellent example. I explained to the participants that among Persons With Disabilities, deaf people are the most mobile in the sector. The deaf loves to travel and enjoys going outdoors. The museum should make reasonable adjustments for this particular group can have a pleasant and productive experience.

LGUs urged: Tap sign language interpreters to assist the deaf, mute in vaccination sites

Note: This is a repost from the news article printed in The Philippine Star. To view the original article, please click on the link below. Cheers! August 18, 2021 | 3:18pmIndividuals under the A4 priority group are inoculated with the COVID-19 vaccine as the local government of Quezon City launches their QC ProtekTODO Bakuna... Continue Reading →

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