Training and promotion of adaptive technology for visually impaired persons, toward integration into education, employment, and related social activities and processes
Our non governmental, non-profit, organization works at the national level.
We consider ourselves as part of the international Independent Living and Disability Rights Movement.
Our organization is mainly run, controlled and represented by disabled people.
- adaptive technology training for visually impaired persons
- post-secondary education for visually impaired persons
- mainstream employment for visually impaired persons
We may be able to refer disabled persons to wheelchair accessible housing or transportation or other services in our city.
We have traineeships or volunteer positions that people with disabilities are welcome to apply for.
Our traineeships or volunteer positions are open to applicants from abroad.
People planning to come to our city are welcome to contact us to find out about accessibility and services in Quezon City. We may be able to help with information.
|Contact person:||RG Sayson|
|Address:||Room 407, STI College Cubao, Opulent Building, EDSA corner General Roxas Avenue, Araneta Center, Cubao, Quezon City 1109, Philippines|
This entry added: Thursday 20th January 2005. (record #646) Changed: Saturday 2nd April 2005.