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9th CEREBRAL PALSY WEEK CELEBRATION
September 16 – 22, 2012
Sa Karapatang Natutunan, Tanaw Na Ang Magandang Kinabukasan
 
 

16 SEP 2012 (SUNDAY)
OPENING CEREMONY OF CPAP WEEK
Venue: SM FAIRVIEW
Time: 9:00 am to 5:00 pm

Activities: 9 – 10 am Eucharistic Celebration (SM Rel. Cte)
NCW offertory: wheat bread & communion wafers -- CPAP
Mompo -- NORFIL
Flowers -- DENR
Fruit basket/grocery bag/s -- NCDA
Liturgical assist -- AMMPD
10 – 1030 Short break for venue rearrangement
Early lunch will be served
1030 – 11 Opening Ceremonies
Phil National Anthem (Mand D&L corps)
Opening Remarks (NCDA, QC Gov’t)
Special PWD voter’s registration for** (through the day)
Presentation of 2012 Outstanding CP
Special Presentations from Quezon City, San Mateo, Rodriguez, QC and Mandaluyong drum & lyre corps, Las Piñas & Antipolo PWD organizations (blocking to be determined)
145 pm – 4 Family Fun Day (food & freebies booths)
Children’s activity booths (Multiply.com, Coach & Kids, iTreat Cakes.)
Art workshop (PACDLD)
Afternoon snacks
CPAP/PARM Raffle fund raising launch
Closing remarks (9th CPAP week Chair)
END OF PART 3
4 – 500 pm EGRESS

17 SEP 2012 (MONDAY)
BOCCIA DEMO & Tournament
VENUE: SM Marikina Events Center
Time: 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm
Lead Agency: PCPI, PARM, PACDLD, SM Supermalls, CPAP, PIA, local gov’t of QC or Marikina, Philspada
Sub-Committees: DOTC, NCDA, DPWH, DENR, DILG and other NWC member agencies

Activities: Opening remarks -- PhilSPADA
Introduction of Boccia PACDLD
Classification of players PARM
Boccia demonstration CPAP players
PM snacks
Tournament CPAP players
Announcement of winners PARM, PhilSPADA, PACDLD
Awarding ceremonies
Closing remarks 9th CPAP week chair

18 SEP 2012 (TUESDAY)
WORKPLACE TOUR for CP
VENUE: S&R Fort, NAMRIA, Permex Corporation
Time: 9:00 am to 4:00 pm
Lead Agency: PCPI, CPAP, DOLE, PIA, DOTC, NWC, ECC
Sub-Committees: NCDA, DENR, DPWH, DepEd

Activities: Workplace visitation of offices hiring CP
10 – 11 am Permex (1st visit)
12 - 1 pm NAMRIA
130 pm S&R Fort

Assessment of accessibility features
Information campaign on tax incentive benefits
and Magna Carta on the rights of the PWD
Commendation of employer organization

REQUEST FROM DOTC: Motorcycle rider escorts in the event a convoy of vehicles will become the day’s chosen means of transport.

19 SEP 2012 (WEDNESDAY)
ASSESSMENT, RE/EVALUATION & MEDICAL MISSION
VENUE: Nationwide
Time: ALL DAY simultaneous (MD sched and location TBA)
Lead agency: PCPI, PARM member MDs, Gov’t hospitals and identified private clinics
Sub-committees: NCDA, DOTC, PIA, DENR, DPWH, DILG, LGUs and other NWC member agencies
Activities: evaluation, re/assessment & checkup
Expected # of attendees: PARM member doctors & suspected CP cases all over the Philippines 4th day logistics

Expected # of attendees: information-dissemination
dependent

Committees: Info campaign - PIA
Media bulletin by PIA announcing the nationwide CP screening and re/assessment of diagnosed and suspect CP cases
Health services - PARM, PCPI
20 SEP 2012 (THURSDAY)
FAMILY & COMMUNITY LAY FORUM
VENUE: San Mateo, Rizal
Marvi Hills Covered Court for Community Lay forum
Time: 9:00 am to 3 pm
Lead Agency: PCPI, CPAP, PIA, DENR, DOTC, Local Gov’t of San Mateo
Sub-Committees: NCDA, DepEd, NWC

Activities: Solid Waste Management discussion -- DENR
San Mateo PWD Org presentation
Lay discussions counseling services to CP families & individuals, community-based assistance
Livelihood opportunities discussion arising from Waste Management (Segregation, Recycling/Reusing) -- DENR 5th day logistics

Expected # of attendees: 150 -200
Meal sponsor: all meals c/o San Mateo Mayor’s office
Lead Agency: PCPI, CPAP, DOTC, PIA,

Committees: Reg’n & Food - DPWH, DENR, PARM
Program hosting - Mkt Federation
Documentation - PIA

Speakers: San Mateo Gov’t
NCDA DENR
DOTC DPWH
CPAP PCPI
21 SEP 2012 (FRIDAY)
SCIENTIFIC CONGRESS

VENUE: VMMC Valdez Auditorium
Lead Agency: PCPI, PARM, VMMC
Sub-committees: DILG, RCDA, LGUs DENR, DOTC, DepEd, DPWH, NCDA, PIA, CPAP, DOTC, CHED
Activities: 1st CP week Lay and Medical Congress
Plenary Discussion on What is CP
Plenary Discussion by Clinical (Medical) aspect of CP
Plenary Discussion by Therapeutic (Interventional) aspect of CP
Plenary Discussion by Educational aspect of CP
Plenary Discussion by Community and Social Service aspect
Plenary Discussion by Labor & Employment aspect

Speakers/Panelists will be tapped from among VMMC practitioners primarily; other panelists shall be invited by the Chair and PARM such as UP College of Educ., Advocata, CEFAM and Government agency representatives from NCDA, DSWD, DOH, DOLE, DepED,
DILG (for CHO/MHO attendance) 6th day logistics

Expected # of attendees: Gov’t agency (CHO & MHO) representatives, NGO participants and Healthcare practitioners (± 300 pax)
Logistics: AM snacks c/o DENR
LUNCH ± 300 to be solicited from House of Representatives
PM Snacks (for solicitation)
Gifts/Tokens for Speakers
Congress materials
A/V equipment (VMMC)
**
500 registration fee** target audience: gov’t agency representatives for CP assessment & identification, Allied Med’l Prof and Medical students & practitioners, Education & Social Work students & practitioners
22 SEP 2012 (SATURDAY)
CLOSING CEREMONY
VENUE: PCPI Complex
Lead Agency: PCPI, CPAP, AMM-PD, DOTC, PIA, NCDA
Sub-Committees: DepEd, DSWD, DILG, PARM, ASP, PACDLD, PhilSPADA, DENR, Local Government of Makati
Time: 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm
Activities: PCPI Homecoming Handover of Assistive devices Announcement of Search for Outstanding CP winner/s Eucharistic/Ecumenical Celebration (4-5pm; Anticipated)

Expected # of attendees: 250-300 pax
Logistics: Audio/Video equipment Mass offertory (flowers, wine, fruit basket, etc.)
Chairs and tables Prizes for Search winners
Tents/tarpaulin Priest’s stipend
Gift tokens for attendees Food (Heavy Merienda to be requested from NCDA)
Thanksgiving mass to be requested to be celebrated at the National Shrine of the Sacred Heart
** Assistive devices are to be awarded to the children/youth PWDs of San Mateo.

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