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09 - 20

The government has declared Thursday, September 21, 2017 as a National Day of Protest as the country commemorates the 45th year of the declaration of Martial Law.  Effectively, work in the executive branches of the government, local government units (LGUs), as well as classes in all levels of public schools are suspended.  This is to allow militant groups to exercise their right to demonstrations of protests, reminding them only to “act within the bounds of law and maintain a peaceful conduct of rallies.”

Suspension of work and classes in private firms, schools, and other businesses are left to the sound discretion of their respective heads.

If you have a scheduled appointment at the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA), there is no need to seek a new appointment as consular offices all over the country will remain open on the said date.  Applicants who are entitled to the DFA’s courtesy lanes (senior citizens, pregnant women, PWDs, and OFWs) are likewise encouraged to proceed with their planned visits as DFA personnel will be ready and waiting to attend to their applications and other concerns.

It is business as usual at the DFA.  Only take note of the routes that may be clogged with protesters so you don’t waste your time in traffic.

Share this with your friends and family!

Reference: http://www.dfa.gov.ph

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In the first week of September (2017), the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) announced that it has opened more appointment slots for Pinoys seeking to apply for a new passport or have their old ones renewed.  The additional slots came from the 1,200 reserved (daily) slots for travel agencies and DFA employees.

Yes, even DFA employees have to adjust to the new mandate so that only their immediate family members are extended the privilege of an assured appointment with the DFA.  Immediate family members include parents, spouse, children, siblings, grandparents, grandchildren, and parents-in-law.  The courtesy lanes remain open for senior citizens, persons with disabilities, pregnant women, solo parents, children below seven yearls old, and Overseas Filipino Workers.

More good news from the DFA came in late last week when they announced the redesigned online appointment system.  Here are the highlights of the new and improved online passport appointment system:

  • Fully-booked dates are shown in red while available slots are in green.
    • This makes searching for an available date and time easier rather than clicking on each and every date.
  • Feedback mechanism activated.
    • This ensures that applicants are informed of any concerns on their application and how they can resolve the problem.
    • These include discrepancies on provided information, documents submitted.
    • Applicants are given ample time to prepare for the lacking requirements ahead of time, instead of finding out about the problems just when they are about to claim their passports.
  • Automatic reminder for people who are exempted from making online appointments:
    • Senior Citizens
    • Persons with Disabilities
    • Pregnant women
    • Solo parents
    • Children seven years old and below
    • OFWs

The reminder was put in place because most of the time, even if the applicant is entitled to use the courtesy lane, they still apply for an appointment online and wait in line for their turn.  With the reminder, they would know right away that they can proceed to a DFA office, freeing up the appointment slots that they would otherwise book.

The DFA promised to deploy more improvements, not just on the online application system, but in all aspects of their services to the public.  They said that their utmost concern are the comfort and security of people who visit their offices everyday, from the head office in Aseana to all satellite and consular offices and foreign posts.

If you have questions about the DFA online appointment system, send us a message and we will do our best to find the best answers for you.




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07 - 24 -1 (1)

It has been more than a year since we featured House Bill No. 5060 or the Philippine Identification System Act.  This is the bill that will require all Filipinos to be issued a national identification card that will serve as their main identification for all government transactions, claims, use of government-mandated benefits, and applying for clearances from the NBI and PNP.   At that time, the said bill has just been signed and approved by the House of Representatives and was passed on to the Senate for deliberation.

While the country is eagerly awaiting the finality the National ID System Act, the Department of Finance (DOF) came up with an additional proposal to tap the ID as a means to determine an individual’s privilege to certain subsidies, discounts, and tax exemptions under the law.

How do these additional parameters affect the National ID System’s initial purpose?

Apart from the National ID being an all-in-one valid ID (except as a Driver’s License and Passport), the DOF is proposing that it contain biometrics data to determine a citizen’s entitlement to certain subsidies and benefits provided by the government.

For example, if a PWD is entitled to discounts on medicines, fare, and education, his (national) ID alone should be enough to determine his eligibility for such discounts.  Another possibility that the DOF is looking at is to activate an EMV (Europay-Mastercard-Visa) chip in the card.  Through this chip, the card can double as an ATM card where the owner may receive cash subsidies from the government, if he or she is legally entitled to such benefits.  It simplifies the identification and benefits disbursement process, both for the government and the recipient.

Do these new proposals affect the anticipated release and distribution of the IDs?

It does.

The issuance of the IDs will be done in batches.  Since the DOF has expressed its intention of tapping the National ID to address the long process of applying and claiming benefits for individuals with special needs, senior citizens and persons with disabilities are seen to be the first recipients of these IDs.  Soon after, members of the 5.2 million poor households that are not yet covered by the conditional cash transfer program of the DSWD will follow.

All in all, the government plans to provide IDs to the more than 100 million Filipinos in two years’ time, after the bill is enacted into law.

Who will issue the IDs?

The Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) shall be responsible for the proper issuance of the ID cards.

We will keep this thread updated on the progress of the proposed National ID System.  If you have any questions or related information you would like to share, please feel free to send us a message.  We will do our best to find the answers for you.





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05 - 09

Persons with Disabilities (PWDs), like our beloved Senior Citizens, are rightfully entitled to additional benefits and privileges such as discounts and VAT exemptions at pharmacies, groceries, and dining establishments.  They should also be given priority in public transportation and parking spaces, cashier lines, and access ways such as elevators and escalators.

For everybody’s information, we summarized the Implementing Rules and Regulations (IRR) of RA 10754 or the Act Expanding the Benefits and Privileges of Persons with Disability (PWDs).  This was signed by the DSWD, DOH, and the National Council on Disability Affairs (NCDA) last December 2016, and is enforced in all parts of the country.  This should help us appreciate the privileges entitled to the PWDs in our families, workplaces, and communities.

I. Discounts and VAT Exemptions

  1. At least 20% discount and VAT exemption on goods and services availed at the following establishments:
    • Hotel and similar lodging establishments
    • Restaurants
    • Recreation centers
    • Theaters, cinema houses, concert halls, circuses, carnivals, and other similar places of culture, leisure, and amusement.
    • Medicine
    • Medical and dental services, including diagnostic and laboratory fees and professional fees of attending doctors in all private hospitals and medical facilities (subject to guidelines to be issued by the Department of Health in coordination with Philippine Health Insurance Corporation)
    • Domestic air and sea travel
    • Public railways, skyways, and other public utility vehicles (including buses, jeeps, taxis, and shuttle services).
    • Funeral and burial services for the death of the PWD.
  2. 5% discount on the following:
    • Basic necessities such as:
      • Rice, corn, bread, fresh or dried and canned fish and other marine products, fresh pork, beef and poultry meat, fresh eggs, fresh and processed milk, infant formula, fresh vegetables, root crops, coffee, sugar, cooking oil, salt, laundry soap, detergents, firewood, charcoal, candles and other commodities as may be classified by the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) and the Department of Agriculture (DA).
    • Prime commodities such as:
      • Fresh fruits, dried or processed or canned pork, beef and poultry, meat, dairy products not falling under basic necessities, noodles, onions, garlic, diapers, herbicides, poultry, swine and cattle feeds, veterinary products for poultry, swine and cattle, paper, school supplies, nipa shingle, plyboard, construction nails, batteries, electrical supplies, light bulbs, steel wire, and other commodities that may be classified by the DTI and DA.
      • Purchase must not exceed Php 1,300 per week to enjoy the 5% discount.

II. Guidelines when availing discounts:

  1. A purchase booklet must be presented to the store or retailer every time a purchase of basic necessities and prime commodities is made.
  2. Double discounts is strictly prohibited; the privilege shall not be granted if the PWD claims a higher discount as may be granted by the retail establishment and/or under other existing laws or in combination with other discount programs such as those extended to senior citizens.
  3. If the PWD is not able to physically purchase the basic necessities, he must appoint an authorized representative through a date authorization letterThe representative must present a valid government-issued identification document together with the LGU-issued identification document of the concerned PWD.

III. Other benefits and mandates under the IRR:

  1. The law covers educational assistance for all levels, social insurance through GSIS, SSS, and Pag-IBIG.
  2. Express lane privileges in all commercial and government establishments.
  3. Tax incentives for those caring for and living with persons with disability up to the fourth degree of affinity or consanguinity.
  4. The benefits and privileges are available only to PWD who are Filipino citizens and upon submission of identifications that would prove his or her entitlement.
  5. In this regard, the PWD is free to present any of the following IDs and these must be honored by establishments:
    • An ID issued by the city or municipal mayor or the barangay captain of the place where the PWD resides;
    • Passport of PWD;
    • Transportation discount fare ID issued by the National Council for the Welfare of Disabled Persons (NCWDP).
  6. Different cities and provinces have special ordinances implemented in their respective areas for PWDs:
    • PWDs residing in Quezon City enjoy free movie admission on Mondays and Tuesdays until 5pm at QC malls.
    • Zamboanga City has a Community Action and Resources for Accessible, Better and Leverage Environment (CARe-ABLE) for PWDs, providing enhanced social protection projects and activities for PWDs.

You may contact your city or municipal hall for the details of special programs for PWDs in the area.

It pays to be well-informed to ensure that you get to enjoy the perks and privileges granted by our government for special cases in our communities.  Share this with families and friends!




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“Kailangan bang naka upo sa wheelchair o naka saklay ang PWD bago siya i-consider na person with disability?  Kasi PWD ako pero ayaw akong bigyan ng discount sa parmasya dahil ayaw maniwalang PWD ako.” – Mila, an epileptic.

Often when we see the acronym “PWD”, we think of a person who isn’t able to walk or move on his own, could not speak, see, or hear.  Very few would consider the fact that a disability (or being ‘disabled’) does not only mean having physical impairments.  You may be looking at a person who is able to function normally, has complete control of his limbs, but is actually considered a PWD because of an illness that limits his ability to perform other tasks.

It is probably because of this limited concept on disabilities that cause confusion and conflict in providing and allowing for a PWD’s rights and benefits.  Senior citizens have long been enjoying their privileges (with the flash of an SC I.D. and they are immediately granted a discount, a free seat, or a prime parking space), while PWDs still need to fight it out with business establishments (such as in the case of Mila) in order to be given the right assistance.

Today’s article will focus on the Pinoy PWD, who he is and who determines if he is qualified to be called a ‘PWD’.  If you or someone you know is a PWD (or you think falls under this category), share this with them too.

Who is a PWD?

R.A. 7277 or the Magna Carta for the Disabled Persons should the record straight for all of us.  According to the law, PWDs are:

“Those suffering from restriction or different abilities, as a result of a mental, physical or sensory impairment, to perform an activity in the manner or within the range considered normal for a human being.”

The definition covers people who are deaf, mute, blind, epileptic, and has physical malformations.  They may have had these conditions from birth or were acquired due to a prior illness, an accident, a stroke or heart attack, and the like.

Some impairment are not physically obvious that is why it is important that PWDs carry with them an ID as proof of their condition and in most cases, to support their claim for special benefits and privileges.

To serve as reference, here is a list of illnesses and physical conditions that are considered ‘disabilities’ by the National Council on Disability Affairs.  This, however, does not limit the conditions that may be considered ‘disabilities’, depending on the person’s physical or mental condition:

  • Physical and Orthopedic Disability
  • Visual Impairment
  • Hearing Impairment
  • Speech Impairment
  • Intellectual Disability
  • Psycho Social Disability (includes people with ADHD, Bi-polar disorder, long-term recurring depression, nervous breakdown, epilepsy, schizophrenia and other long-term recurring mental or behavioral problems).

In cases of multiple disabilities, the dominant disability is identified as the primary disability, followed by secondary or other disabilities.

Who determines if a person should be considered a PWD?

The establishment that issued the disability document, such as the:

  • Office of the Mayor
  • Office of the Barangay Captain
  • National Commission on Disability Affairs (NCDA)
  • DSWD Offices
  • Participating organizations with Memorandum of Agreements with the DOH
  • Apparent Disability Medical Certificate Licensed Private or Government Physician
  • School Assessment Licensed Teacher duly signed by the School Principal

A person who is considered a PWD is entitled to rights, benefits, and privileges.  We will provide you with a summary of the salient points of the IRR tomorrow.

Meanwhile, you may read our article on how to get a PWD ID here.





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03 - 20

Madz works as a call center agent in a multi-national company in Makati.  She delivers her job well, has an impeccable attendance record, and is an effective team player.

Madz is also a Person with Disability (PWD); she lost her ability to walk after being stricken with polio at 3 years old.  She grew up maneuvering a wheelchair whenever she needs to go from one room to another.  Yet she did not let this disability become a detriment to her dreams of becoming a successful corporate executive like her father.  She will stop at nothing to get to her dreams.

Her medical expenses could sometimes cause huge dents in the family’s budget.  So even while studying, Madz would take odd jobs at school like helping out in the library or sitting in as an assistant to the Registrar during enrollment season.  She would grab any opportunity to earn extra money to help her get through college.  She wanted to liberate her parents from her medical expenses as soon as she can.  Now that she is employed, she pays for all her medicines and doctor’s appointments out of the money she earns as a call center agent.  It helps that some of her medical needs are covered by their company’s HMO and her Philhealth.

While Madz’s salary is well above the minimum wage, her growing medical expenses have started taking its toll on her monthly budget.  If only she could get more discounts on her medicine purchases and hospital expenses, she would be able to at least enjoy part of her hard-earned salary.  She tried her luck by asking the Philhealth if PWDs like herself are considered automatic members of Philhealth like Senior Citizens.

The answer was “No”.  Unlike Seniors who become “lifetime members” upon reaching the age of 60, PWDs still need to make monthly contributions to the Philhealth in order to enjoy the benefits afforded by the agency to Filipinos.

There is Hope.

Lawmakers are seeking to have RA 7277 or the Magna Carta for Persons with Disability amended in order to grant mandatory Philhealth coverage to all Persons with Disability.  The bill covers the following purposes:

  • This bill provides all PWDs with automatic health insurance coverage under the PHIC.
  • To support their enrollment to Philhealth, the national government shall pay for their premium payments to be sourced from the sin tax collections in accordance with Republic Act No. 10351 otherwise known as “An Act Restructuring the Excise Tax on Alcohol and Tobacco Products.”

This move came about after the UN Convention enjoined all member-states to ensure that PWDs enjoy their rights, freedom and dignity.  The same body defined PWDs as those who have long-term physical, mental, intellectual, or sensory impairments which may hinder their full and effective participation in the society on an equal basis with others.

The bill is yet to be approved; once enacted into law, all PWDs shall be able to enjoy the benefits of Philhealth and be freed from the financial burden of availing the health care services they need.  The government shall fund their health insurances out of the sin tax collections in accordance with RA 10351 or the Act Restructuring the Excise Tax on Alcohol and Tobacco Products.

Philhealth’s Role in Uplifting the Privileges of PWDs

Meantime that the government is working at improving the health insurances of PWDs, Philhealth continues to look out for opportunities to advance their support in making the lives of Pinoy PWDs more comfortable through specialized health packages.

One such package is the Z-Morph Prosthesis Package worth Php 15,000.00, launched in 2013.  This is granted to members or dependents in need of lower limb prosthesis, a device replacing a missing part of a person’s lower extremities.  All a member has to do to avail of this benefit is show his Philhealth card; this is initially available in three hospitals in Metro Manila: UE-RMMC, Philippine General Hospital, and Philippine Orthopedic Center.

While the government continues to explore more opportunities to expand the benefit packages for PWDs, affected individuals will have to continue making monthly contributions out of their salaries, or be listed as a beneficiary of a bona fide relative or family who is a Philhealth member, in order to avail of health benefits and privileges from the government.

For more information on the special packages offered by Philhealth to PWDs, visit their website at www.philhealth.gov.ph




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One of the best news of 2015 was the higher tax exemption for 13th month pay and other bonuses for income accrued beginning January 1, 2015.  The government raised the income ceiling to Php 82,000.00 giving employees from the private sectors and the government more room to enjoy their full one-month salary, incentives, and bonuses by year’s end.  It was indeed a merry holiday season for the Pinoy employee last year.

The same may not be true this year as the new administration, through the Department of Finance, moves to reform the tax package for annual bonuses and 13th month pays.  For easier reference, here is a list of the proposed changes on tax exemptions:

  1. Lower the tax exemption on the mandatory additional one-month salary, bonuses, and incentives.  (Where a gross income of Php 250,000 a year or Php 20,833 per month would be tax free.  The computation of the annual gross income shall include the mid-year bonuses and 13th month pay so that if the total amount exceeds Php 250,000, the employee will still be subject to tax as prescribed in the DOF’s proposed tax reforms).
  2. Remove the personal tax exemptions of working spouses.
  3. Remove the 20% tax exemption of senior citizens and Persons with Disability on certain goods and services and their exemption from the 12% value added tax.

Apart from the above, the government is also looking at lowering corporate income tax rates to 25%.  Property and capital income taxes will likewise be reviewed for possible reduction.  On the other hand, new taxes are expected to be imposed on sweetened beverages, chips, jewelry, mining, carbon, gambling (lottery and casinos) as well as alcohol and tobacco.

The reform measure is seen to help augment the needed funds for government projects on infrastructure, education, health, and social protection.

As a Pinoy employee (whether private or government), are you in favor of this proposal from the Department of Finance?  Let us know your thoughts!





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Magandang balita para sa mga estudyante na naghahanap ng pagkakataon na mabigyan ng scholarship sa kolehiyo.

Ang Government Service Insurance System (GSIS) ay kasalukuyang tumatanggap ng mga applications para sa GSIS Scholarship Program o GSP para sa academic year 2016 – 2017.  Mas pinalawak ang coverage ng scholarship ngayong taon para mas marami ang maabot ng nasabing educational benefit:

  • Bukas na ang GSP sa lahat ng college year levels na four or five-year course (dati ay incoming college freshman lamang).
  • Mas maraming scholarship slots mula 200 to 400.
  • Nagdagdag ng 40 slots para sa mga qualified dependents ng Persons with Disabilities (PWD), Indigenous Peoples, and Solo Parents.
  • Mas mataas na monthly stipend mula P2,000 to P3,000.
  • May monetary incentive para sa mga magtatapos na may Latin Honors:
    • P20,000 para sa Cum Laude
    • P30,000 para sa Magna Cum Laude
    • P50,000 para sa Summa Cum Laude

Sino ang maaaring mag apply ng GSP?

  • Mga anak at dependents ng active at regular GSIS members.
  • Dependents ng mga GSIS members na may asawa pero walang anak, single, at Permanent Total Disability (PTD) pensioners below 60 years old.

Ano ang mga requirements na kailangang tuparin ng magno-nominate ng scholarship applicant?

  • Kailangang employed sa gobyerno ng hindi bababa sa tatlong taon, permanent ang status, at regular GSIS member.
  • Kailangang nasa salary grade na 24 or below (or its equivalent job level) at kumpleto ang premium contributions sa nakaraang huling anim na buwan.

Ano ang mga documentary requirements na kailangang i-submit ng aplikante?

  • Duly accomplished application GSP-Application-Form.
  • PSA Birth Certificate of dependent
  • Certificate of employment of the member (not a requirement for PTD pensioner-applicants)
  • Certification from the school that the nominated scholar is accepted in any year level in college during the current Academic Year.

Para sa mga PWD, IP, and Single Parent applicants:

Endorsement from the head of agency/office attesting to the veracity of claim that applicant belongs to above-mentioned sectors; and government-issued authentication i.e., PWD ID from the local social welfare development office (LSWDO) or National Council on Disability Affairs; Certificate of Confirmation of Tribal Membership from the National Commission on Indigenous Peoples; and SP ID from LSWDO.

Ang mga makakapasang aplikante ay mabibigyan ng hindi lalagpas sa P40,000 actual cost of tuition and miscellaneous fees para sa buong academic year.

Tatanggap ang mga GSIS branches ng mga applications hanggang June 10, 2016.






PWD Tax Exemption

Ibinalita na ng Malacañang na ang mga Pinoy PWD (Persons With Disabilities) ay exempted na mula sa pagbabayad ng VAT o Value Added Tax.  Pinirmahan na ng Pangulo ang RA 10754 o ang batas na nag-uutos na ang mga PWD ay hindi na kailangang magbayad ng dagdag na 12% (VAT), gaya ng mga Senior Citizens.

Bago ang RA 10754, ang mga PWD ay entitled sa 20% discount sa gamot at transportasyon, at 5% discount sa mga basic needs tulad ng bigas, gatas, asukal, at iba pa.  Ngunit sila ay pinagbabayad pa din ng 12% VAT.  Ibig sabihin nito, hindi nila nakukuha ng buo ang discount na tulad ng isang Senior Citizen.  Halimbawa ay kung may binili silang gamit na nagkakahalaga ng P100; aalisin dito ang 20% o P20 at P80 na lang dapat ang babayaran nila.  Ngunit dahil pinapatawan pa din sila ng 12% VAT, idinadagdag pa din sa total bill nila ang P12 na katumbas nito.  Kaya’t imbes na P80 lang ang babayaran nila, nagiging P92 pa rin, P8 lang ang tunay na nakaltas sa kanilang total bill.

Sa pagkakaroon ng batas na tulad ng RA 10754, maaari nang ma-enjoy ng isang Pinoy PWD ang kabuuang diskwento na 20% mula sa kanyang mga bilihin, lalo na sa gamot na kadalasan ay kasama sa budget nila.  Ang batas na ito ang nagsa-alang-alang sa mga espesyal na pangangailangan ng mga kababayan natin na may kapansanan.

Share natin ang magandang balita na ito sa mga kapamilya at mga kaibigan!  Narito din ang link sa isang previous article kung paano makakakuha ng PWD ID https://mastercitizen.wordpress.com/2016/02/19/how-to-get-a-pwd-id/.

How To Get a PWD ID


The Philippines upholds and respects the Magna Carta of Disabled Persons. Through Republic Act 7277, Persons With Disabilities (PWDs) are granted the right to belong to our society and be given support to improve their well-being, promote self-development and self-reliance, and provide them the same opportunities as other people.

If you are a PWD or have a family member, relative, friend, colleague, or schoolmate who is, be informed that the government has conferred privileges and incentives exclusively for you. Likewise, you are encouraged to apply for and get a PWD ID.

Here is a guide you can use when preparing the requirements and facilitating your application for a PWD ID. These were lifted from http://www.gov.ph/services/pwd/.


  1. Filled out application form, either by applicant or his / her caregiver. Forms may be obtained in any of the following offices:
    • Office of the Mayor
    • Office of the Barangay Captain
    • National Council on Disability Affairs (NCDA) or its regional counterpart
    • DSWD Offices
    • Participating organizations with memorandum of agreements with the Department of Health
  2. Two pieces 1×1 ID pictures.
  3. A duly signed clinical abstract by any licensed private, government clinic, or hospital-based physician.


  1. Applicant or care-giver must fill up the application form, attaching the two 1×1 ID pictures and signed clinical abstract.
  2. Applicant, caregiver, or registration center personnel must then bring or upload the application to the nearest City or Municipal Health Officer or its satellite or stations at the barangay for verification.
    • If the PWD is not ambulatory, the receiving health officer shall do a home visit to validate the entries and disability.
    • Applications that were disapproved shall be advised regarding the deficiencies and shall be allowed to reapply until complied.
  3. Once verified, the forms will be sent to the Health Officer of the Main City or Municipal Health Center. The Health Officer will then fill up a certification form, affix a control number, and upload the information to the Philippine Registry for Persons with Disabilities that can be downloaded from the DOH National Office Website.
  4. Applicant must bring the duly approved application form and certificate of disability to the City or Municipal Social Welfare office or NCDA for issuance of the identification card.

Privileges and Incentives

  1. 20% Discount
    • Discounts for purchase of medicines
    • Admission fee privileges
    • Medical and dental services in government and private hospitals
    • Transportation privileges
  2. Educational Assistance
    • Provided they meet the minimum admission requirements set by the DepED, CHED, TESDA, and other entities engaged in the grant of scholarship.
  3. Privileges on granting special discounts in special programs
    • Government may grant special discounts in special programs for PWDs on purchase of basic necessities and prime commodities in supermarkets and grocery stores.
  4. Express Lane Privileges
    • Express lanes for persons with disability shall be provided in all private, commercial, and government establishments.
    • In the absence thereof, priority shall be given to them in all the transactions of the establishments. LGUs shall ensure that this provision is implemented within their area of jurisdiction.
  5. Tax incentives for caregivers of PWDs (http://www.gov.ph/services/pwd/tax-incentives-for-care-givers-of-pwds/)
    • Married individuals with child/children with disability
    • Solo parens (under RA No. 8972 also known as the Solo Parent Act) with child/children with disability.
    • Grandparents with grandchild/grandchildren with disability

The details of item number 5 are in the link provided above.

Feel free to share this with your family and friends.

 Source: http://www.gov.ph/services/pwd/

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