NORFIL CBID

Community-Based Inclusive Development Program for Children and Youth with Disability

About the Program

The Community- Based Inclusive Development (CBID) program for children and youth with disability aims to provide rehabilitation services to children and youth with disabilities by mobilizing community resources through its local government units (LGU).

CBID seeks to equalize opportunities for social integration of children and youth with disabilities and their families through access to services that are appropriate and affordable. It enables and mobilizes families and communities in implementing a sustainable rehabilitation program.

The goal is to increase the number of rehabilitated children and youth with disabilities through home and village-based programs and services that ensure their integration and participation in society. The program is implemented in partnership with LGUs, other NGOs, civic organizations, parents/families, and community volunteers.

Who We Serve
  • Children and youth age 0 to 25 years old with disabilities
  • Parents and other family members of the person with physical disability to implement rehabilitation techniques in their own homes
  • Community members willing to be trained and render volunteer services
  • Community institutions like schools, health units, churches, and other organizations and groups that can facilitate and complement rehabilitation process
Aim of NORFIL CBID
Growth

To help children and youth with disabilities maximize their abilities and develop competency in the different areas of functioning

Properly Equipped

To help families especially parents cope with the challenges of raising a child with disability

Advocacy

To promote disability prevention and rehabilitation

Access

To help children and youth with disabilities access equal opportunities in health, education, social and employment

Sustainability

To take over and continue the program implementation for the long term

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Services and Activities
  • REHABILITATION SERVICES
    Home-based education diagnostic or medical assistance, adaptive devices, physical and occupational therapy, pre-vocational and vocational training, mainstreaming, integration, experiential activities, counselling and other social and rehabilitative services.
  • TRAINING OF PARENTS
    Training in understanding disability and enhancing their skills and participation in the rehabilitation of their child and in advocacy efforts
  • COMMUNITY EDUCATION AND TRAINING OF COMMUNITY VOLUNTEERS
  • NETWORKING, ALLIANCE BUILDING, AND ORGANIZING
Enabling Support: AKAPIN

With the vision of having an inclusive society, the NORFIL CBID program also aims to create an organization of parents.

After a five-year period of NORFIL’s project in a province, it transitioned to AKAPIN where sustainability of CBID was continued. AKAPIN now works in partnership with the Local Government Units while NORFIL still offers guidance and technical assistance to them.

AKAPIN also serves as a support group for parents. They are able to represent and voice out the needs of their children to the duty bearers and take actions to solve them.

MAIN OFFICE
16 Mother Ignacia Avenue corner Roces Avenue, Quezon City
372 3577-79 / 0919 534 0296

Key Persons:
Florian De Jesus, Program Manager
Clarissa Fetesio, Program Supervisor

REGION I
Zone 2, Ayudante, Candon, Ilocos Sur
(077) 604 9765 / 0999 994 5570

100 Bantaoay, San Vicente, Ilocos Sur
(077) 604 0553 / 0917 600 7488

Key Person:
Norlyn Aylar, Project-in-Charge

Where We Serve

CEBU
Airbase Road, Sangi, Pajo, Lapu-Lapu, Cebu
(032) 340 5722

Magellan St., San Roque, Ginatilan, Cebu
(032) 478 9065 / 0932 413 6559

Kawayan, Ticad, Bantayan, Cebu
(032) 460 9584 / 0917 491 2667

Western Poblacion, Poro, Camotes, Cebu
0921 454 5503 / 0977 821 0896

Key Persons:
Angelina Dungog, Area Manager
Jhonny Barrameda, Project-In-Charge (CBID Expansion Area)
Gamilla Gay Avena, Project-In-Charge (CBID Extension Area)

Help us provide rehabilitation and facilitate inclusion
DONATE

Support NORFIL through monetary contributions to improve and sustain programs and activities for the children and youth with disabilities, their families, and their communities.

PROVIDE RESOURCES

Give supplies like medicine (for epileptic attacks), toys, learning materials, arts and craft work, or any item useful to children’s learning.

BE A VOLUNTEER

Professionals such as developmentalist, neurologist, audiologist, ophthalmologist,
psychologists, social workers, occupational, speech and physical therapists are very welcome in our organization.