iPhone and Android Podcast Second Episode

This is the second episode of our podcast about Android, iPhone and their accessibility features.

In this episode, our discussion is focused more on the Android device and its Talkback feature. Talkback is the screen reader for Android used by visually impaired mobile users. Like the Voiceover on the iPhone, it enables the blind to use their touch screen phone. Continue reading



Republic Act 10366 Accessible Polling Places for PWDs and Senior Citizens

S. No. 3287
H. No. 5509

Republic of the Philippines
Congress of the Philippines
Metro Manila
Fifteenth Congress
Third Regular Session

Begun and held in Metro Manila, on Monday, the twenty-third day of July, two thousand twelve.

[REPUBLIC ACT NO. 10366]
AN ACT AUTHORIZING THE COMMISSION ON ELECTIONS TO ESTABLISH PRECINCTS ASSIGNED TO ACCESSIBLE POLLING PLACES EXCLUSIVELY FOR PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES AND SENIOR CITIZENS

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the Philippines in Congress assembled: Continue reading


Vice Ganda with Persons with Disabilities and Their Inspirational Song in It’s Showtime

This is the performance of Vice Ganda, Ryan Bang and children with disabilities last October in Showtime’s fifth anniversary.

The song lyrics talks about the positive outlook of persons with disabilities despite their situation. Until now discrimination is still present in our society, while PWDs are admirable in dealing with this kind of trials in their lives. They believe that we are all equal in God’s eyes. In fact they also give advice to other PWDs, that they should care less about the negative things they hear about them and just continue to inspire people and serve God through their talent. Continue reading


Sarah Joyce Ocampo and Her Version of Tila in STI College Singing Idol 2014

Watch Sarah Joyce when she performed in the Singing Idol 2014 in STI College. She was the first runner-up in that singing competition held in SM City North Edsa last September 9, 2014.

Singing Idol gave her the chance to expose the talent of PWDs that’s why we’re very thankful to STI college. Continue reading