The culminating activity of the 45th National Disability Prevention and Rehabilitation Week took place at the mall atrium of SM City Telabastagan, marking the successful conclusion of a week-long event dedicated to promoting accessibility and rights for persons with disabilities (PWDs). Organized by the Central Luzon Federation of Persons With Disabilities and attended by Reg. 3 Chapters from Pampanga, Bulacan, Tarlac, and Olongapo, the event showcased an inspiring display of talent and inclusivity, with an estimated crowd of 350 individuals.
Under the theme “Persons with Disabilities Accessibility and Rights: Towards a Sustainable Future where No One is Left Behind,” the culminating activity aimed to emphasize the importance of equal opportunities and a society that values the contributions of PWDs. The event celebrated the abilities of PWDs and highlighted their determination to overcome challenges and thrive.
The culminating activity featured an array of engaging activities, including a pageant segment that showcased the beauty, grace, and confidence of PWD contestants. The talent segment showcased the remarkable abilities and skills of PWDs. These segments not only entertained the audience but also served as a platform to raise awareness about the talents and capabilities of PWDs.
The event brought together PWDs, advocates, and supporters from various regions, fostering a sense of unity and camaraderie. Attendees had the opportunity to interact with PWD organizations, learn about available resources, and engage in meaningful discussions about disability rights and accessibility.
The success of the culminating activity of the 45th National Disability Prevention and Rehabilitation Week at SM City Telabastagan is a testament to the resilience and spirit of PWDs. By providing a platform for their voices to be heard and talents to be celebrated, this event has undoubtedly contributed to building a more inclusive and accessible society.