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Accessibility law implementation in Cebu Doctors' College (SY 1996-1997).

Author

Arnold Jo,
Ana Martinez,
Christine April Sy,
Elbert Tan,
Charles Young,
Lycel Yu

Related Institution

College of Rehabilitative Sciences - Occupational Therapy Department - Cebu Doctors' University

Publication Information

Publication Type
Thesis/Dissertations
Thesis Degree
BS
Specialization
Occupational Therapy
Publication Date
March 1997

Abstract

The Batas Pambansa bilang 344 better known as the Accessibility Law requires certain buildings, institution, establishments and public utilities to install facilities and other devices to enhance the mobility of disabled person. In this regard, our study investigates if Cebu Doctors' college with its four buildings, namely, the College of Medicine, Allied Medical Sciences, Rehabilitative Sciences and Main Building complies with the rules and regulations of the Accessibility Law.

References

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2. Congress of the Philippines, Republic Act No. 7277. Magna Carta.
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5. Implementing Rules and Regulations of Batas Pambansa Bilang 344. Accessibility Law..
6. Student Handbook Cebu Doctor's College 1995.
7. Breske, S. . "Meeting accessibility needs of elderly: Don" Advance for Physical Therapists 4(10): 4,
8. Alesna, Jr. . "Making our buildings accessible to the disabled" Sunstar Daily , 1991
9. Gove, P. B. . Third Webster's New International Dictionary Springfield, MA, USA:

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Cebu Doctors U6 Ac22 Fulltext Print Format

 
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