Macopa Street, Basak-Pardo
Cebu City, 6000, Philippines
+63 (32) 417 3717
hello@pads.org.ph


Who We Are

Philippine Accessible Disability Services, Inc. (PADS) is an independent non-government organization, working to enable the PWD community to grow and develop as independent, integrated, fully human and empowered citizens in society.


What We Do



PADS works closely with volunteers, partners, and stakeholders on programs that aim to promote social inclusion and human rights of PWD.

PADS’ work has substantially increased the participation of the PWD in Filipino electoral and governance processes, educated communities on PWD human rights and developed opportunities to promote Filipino Sign Language.


Current Projects



Our Testimonials

  • "I volunteer with PADS for over a year and has much exposure to the Deaf community. I learned their culture and their language. I am lucky to have had this experience"

    Asmin Monib
    Asmin Monib
  • "The Break the Silence Project has made me feel motivated and really enhanced my skills. It has given me an opportunity to meet new friends who share the same passion."

    Suzette Lu
    Suzette Lu
  • "It was my teacher who originally encouraged me to learn Sign Language. Now, I am happy to continue learning and developing my interpreting skills."

    Melissa Raye de los Reyes
    Melissa Raye de los Reyes
  • "As I learnt Sign Language, I also discovered a lot of things about the Deaf community and that made me realize how I love to be with the Deaf as well as understanding their culture."

    Razel Ann Calderon
    Razel Ann Calderon
  • "After attending the Break the Silence Project, I am hopeful for the future and happy to see such like-minded people learning Filipino Sign Language."

    Bon Jovi
    Bon Jovi
  • "After attending the Break the Silence Project, my skills have improved and I have a much deeper understanding of Deaf interpreting."

    Edgar Vinluian
    Edgar Vinluian
  • "After volunteering during Typhoon Yolanda, I realized that the PWD community is the more vulnerable sector and that they need to have more integration with society at large."

    Gabrile Anthony Labra
    Gabrile Anthony Labra
  • "I want to make a difference for the People with Disability community. The discrimination I see makes me cringe. I will strive to improve my Sign Language skills to help create an inclusive society."

    Resiel Recio
    Resiel Recio
  • "As a teacher, I want to spread the rights of my students who live with a disability, to enable them to contribute something valuable in society."

    Laarni Sumagang
    Laarni Sumagang
  • "The Break the Silence Project has enhanced my ability to use Filipino Sign Language, and allowed me to understand my next steps in this space."

    Gladice Dublin
    Gladice Dublin
  • "My experience volunteering with PADS opened my eyes and heart to the Deaf world and as I went into the community. I learned about the challenges they are facing including lack of accessible social services."

    Francis Librando
    Francis Librando
  • "My niece is Deaf, and it is important to be able to communicate with her. I also want to help as many people as I can through my advocacy and my work."

    Melody Jane Wahing
    Melody Jane Wahing


Some Facts


12
YEARS THAT PADS HAS BEEN IN OPERATION

50%
OF THE STAFF MEMBERS OF PADS ARE PWDs

2000
STAKEHOLDERS TRAINED IN SIGN LANGUAGE

500
PWDs ENGAGED WITH THE ADAPTIVE SPORTS PROGRAM



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