How to Apply for PWD ID Card

July 16, 2009

Procedures in ID Issuance to PWDs

NCDA Administrative Order No. 001 Series of 2008



1. Pursuant to Republic Act No. 9442 as amendment to Republic Act 7277, otherwise known as the Magna Carta for Disabled Persons and For Other Purposes, these foregoing guidelines shall serve as a mechanism for the issuance of a Person With Disability Identification Card.

2. These guidelines have been formulated by the National Council on Disability Affairs in coordination with the Department of Health, Department of Social Welfare and Development, and Department of Interior and Local Government as provided for in Rule IV, Section 6.11 of the IRR.

3. Identification Cards shall be issued to any bonafide PWD with permanent disabilities due to any one or more of the following conditions: psychosocial, chronic illness, learning, mental, visual, orthopedic, speech and hearing conditions. This includes persons suffering from disabling diseases resulting to the person’s limitations to do day to day activities as normally as possible such as but not limited to those undergoing dialysis, heart disorders, severe cancer cases and such other similar cases resulting to temporary or permanent disability.

4. The Identification Card shall be the basis for the provision of certain special privileges and discounts to bonafide PWDs in the Philippines in accordance with RA 9442.

5. PWD-IDCs shall served as proof for availment of discount to ensure that persons with disabilities shall fully enjoy the benefits and privileges as provided for in RA 9442.


COD – Certificate of Disability
DILG – Department of Interior and Local Government
DOH – Department of Health
DOH-PPWDRS – Department of Health-Philippine PWD Registry System
DSWD – Department of Social Welfare Development
LGU – Local Government Unit
MC – Medical Certificate
NCDA – National Council on Disability Affairs
PWD-IDC – PWD Identification Card
PWD-RF – PWD Registration Form
PWD – Person With Disability
SWDO – Social Welfare Development Office


These guidelines on the issuance of PWD-IDC relative to Republic Act 9442 aim to:

1. Provide guidance to all local government officials, licensed physicians, local health officers, and government agencies in the issuance of PWD-IDC for the privileges and incentives provided for by R.A. 9442 to PWDs.

2. Facilitate monitoring by the appropriate government agency the use of the PWD-IDC.

3. Protect the establishments from illegitimate claims or fraudulent practices on the use of the PWD-IDC.

4. Ensure PWDs an easy availment of the privileges by providing the establishments a way to immediately identify the beneficiaries.


A. The Local Government Unit of the City or Municipal Office shall implement these guidelines in the issuance of the PWD-IDC.

B. The City or Municipal Social Welfare and Development Office shall:

1. Reproduce/Print the PWD-RFs to be filled out by the PWDs in accordance with the DOH Philippine Registry Form for Persons With Disability.

2. Reproduce/Print the PWD-IDCs.

3. Distribute the PWD-IDCs to their respective city executive’s office, municipalities, or barangays who shall take custody of the ID cards.

4. Enter or encode the data from the approved PWD-RF as forwarded by the City or Municipal Mayor, or Barangay Captain.

C. PWD-RFs or application forms can be obtained from any of the following registration centers or means:

1. Office of the Mayor

2. Office of the Barangay Captain

3. NCDA or its regional counterpart

4. DSWD offices

5. Participating organizations with Memorandum of Agreements with the DOH

6. DOH Online Registration –

D. Issuance of the appropriate document to confirm the medical condition of the applicant is as follows:

Disability Document Issuing Entity

Apparent Disability Medical Certificate Licensed Private or Government Physician

School Assessment Licensed Teacher duly signed by the School Principal

Certificate of Disability

• Head of the Business Establishment

• Head of Non-Government Organization

Non-Apparent Disability Medical Certificate Licensed Private or Government Physician

E. PWD Registration Forms and ID Cards shall be issued and signed by the City or Municipal Mayor, or Barangay Captain. The City or Municipal Mayor, or Barangay Captain shall:

1. Use the NSCB Philippine Standard Geographic Code and sequential numbering system in the issuance of the PWD ID Number. Format is <> where:

RR = 2-digits Region Code
PP = 2-digits Province Code
MM = 2-digits Municipality Code
BBB = 3-digits Barangay Code
NNN = 3-digits Sequential No.


Issuing Facility NSCB Philippine Standard Geographic Code PWD ID No.
City of San Fernando, Pampanga 13-5416-000 13-5416-000-001

Municipality of Apalit, Pampanga 03-5402-000 03-5402-000-001

Sucad Barangay, Apalit, Pampanga 03-5402-013 03-5402-013-001

2. Ensure that the PWD ID No. is sequentially assigned or distributed to each PWDs.

3. Keep a record of all PWDs with ID Numbers issued and with the following data sets:

1. ID Number
2. Name of the PWD (Last Name, First Name, Middle Name)
3. Complete Address
4. Date of Birth

F. The DOH shall maintain the system and database of the DOH-PPWDRS in coordination with the NCDA, DSWD, DILG and LGUs. The official website is


Any bonafide person with permanent disability can apply for the issuance of the PWD-IDC. His/her caregiver can assist in the application process. Procedures for the issuance of the ID Cards are as follows:

A. Completion of the Requirements. Complete and/or make available the following requirements:

1. Two “1×1” recent ID pictures with the names, and signatures or thumb marks at the back of the picture.
2. One (1) Valid ID
3. Document to confirm the medical or disability condition (See Section IV, D for the required document).

B. Obtaining and Filling up of the PWD Registration Form. Obtain and fill up the PWD-RF using any of the following means:

1. Accomplishing the PWD-RF manually:
a. Obtain the form from any of the PWD Registration Centers.
b. Fill up accurately and completely the form.
c. Affix one (1) ID picture on the accomplished form, and staple the other ID picture with the PWD-RF.
d. Attach copy of the document to confirm the medical or disability condition with the PWD-RF.

2. Accomplishing the PWD-RF using the Online Registration System:
a. Log in to the DOH-PPWDRS and access the online registration.
b. Enter accurately and completely the required PWD registration data.
c. Print the accomplished form.
d. Affix one (1) ID picture on the accomplished form, and staple the other ID picture with the PWD-RF.
e. Attach copy of the document to confirm the medical or disability condition with the PWD-RF.

C. Submission of the Accomplished PWD-RF and Issuance of the PWD-IDC. Submit to the City or Municipal Mayor, or Barangay Captain the accomplished PWD-RF with the attached requirements. The City or Municipal Mayor, or Barangay Captain shall:

1. Check and/or verify the data and document to confirm the disability or medical condition of the applicant.
2. Assign a PWD ID Number (See Section IV, E) and affix on the PWD-RF.
3. Fill up the data required on the ID Card.
4. Issue the ID Card to the PWD.
5. Submit the Accomplished PWD-RF and attached requirements and/or documents to the City or Municipal Social Welfare Development Office for data encoding into the DOH-PPWDRS.


1. The PIC issued to the PWD shall be valid for three (3) years.
2. The initial PIC is free of charge.
3. Renewal due to expiration, loss or damage shall be charged a minimal fee for the new PIC.


The PIC shall serve as the Standard National Identification Card for PWDs, and shall be prescribed as proof of availment of the 20% discount and other benefits to persons with disabilities as provided in RA 9442. (See Annex B for the facsimile of the PIC).


Abuse by any person, corporation, institution and/or entity on the use of the PIC is punishable by law or can be penalized subject to the discretion of the ruling court.


Approved by:
April 23, 2008
Quezon City

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118 Responses to “How to Apply for PWD ID Card”

  1. Marcelo MOngkil on August 29th, 2011 11:09 pm

    please make the pwds laws stronger and with a teeth and being implemented to every provinces cities/municipalities because some of the following agencies there are not knowing about pwds law specially the R.A. 7277/9442 and 10070 that would be enforce to be lead agencies whom handle.

    because if those agencies are follows i am sure that public discrimination, employees concern being less and give the equal opportunities and the rights, benefits and privileges shall given to the people with disabilities.

    Person Disability Affairs office shall establish in those mention but most of the agencies concern they don’t create and follow what are the pwds law. that why more pwds are setting a part less- attention and priority.

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  2. Patrick Henri Barrameda on September 2nd, 2011 11:30 pm

    i didnt have pwd. i have disability hearing (loss) with wearing aids. so i graduate from STI sta. cruz laguna. and computer technology and electronics. i didnt not sign language. little speak english and tagalog (short sentence)… so i failed TESDA….. 2 years ago no work me…. i cant find job/work….

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  3. Eunice Velarde on September 12th, 2011 8:46 am

    Hello po. ask ko lang po if basta ba may Lupus ang patient ay pwde na siya magavail nung PWD Identification Card? Kung hindi po. ano po mga qualifications ng isang Lupus patient para makapagavail siya. Ilang taon na din po kasi ako nagmmaintain ng gamot at check up every month or every 2-3 months.

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  4. Virginia Ongjoco on November 11th, 2011 8:37 pm

    Good Day. I just want to ask if it is true that the card issued to me last Sept 28, 2011 is no longer valid because you change your rules regarding the Chronic type of Disability . When I applied for the PWD in Pasay they wrote in the card that the type of disability I have is Chronic. Yesterday Mercury Drug store in Pasay Rotonda did not honor that card and ask me to contact you to clear this matter. Is it true that you change the rule? How can I change my PWD id? Do I have to report again to Social Welfare Department in pasay for another PWD id? I will be undergoing again a series of treatment by next week and my immune system is again impaired. I’m afraid I will not be able to apply personally for that PWD id for the next 5-6 months.

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  5. Aaron Acielo on December 3rd, 2011 1:01 am

    gudday i would like to know where i get the PWD ID Code # because we could not issue the ID and Purchase booklets hoping for immediate response …………AARON A. ACIELO PWD MUNICIPAL FEDERATION PRESIDENT MUNICIPALITY OF CUARTERO, CAPIZ our office located at DSWD office(09198029727)

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  6. Leonor on December 5th, 2011 10:31 pm

    I am a breast cancer survivor and was happy to learn that PWD ids can be issued to us considering the expenses we have to live with. I went to the Makati City Hall and talked to the DSWD head there. They said they do not give PWD ids to cancer survivors and that we have to lose a leg or be physically disabled to avail of one. I submitted complete documents and was asked additional reqts : a doctor’s certificate that I am disabled in such a way. I lost my left breast. But this doesn’t count? They also said I don’t look sick. How can I apply for a PWD Id? Thanks

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  7. Bel on December 13th, 2011 10:26 pm

    @Leonor, hi! ako nakuka ng ID ng PWD dito sa Navotas, last Nov 29 this year lang ako naopera. kasama tayong mga breast ca sa pribilehiyo ng batas na ito…Bel of Navotas

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  8. chandrina on December 28th, 2011 12:40 am

    i am deaf chandrina..i want apply to PWD’s ID..thank you..

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  9. lalain darunday on April 10th, 2012 1:57 am

    hi! everyone.. can you please help me that how to apply the card of PWD ? what do need requirement?

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    lalain darunday Reply:

    i am a deaf…. thank you!

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  10. jen on April 18th, 2012 3:44 am

    Is there corruption in Pasig DSWD? Bakit for more than one year, wala silang iniissue na booklet? Lagi sinasabi ni Jasmin (tel: 6411936) ubos na, even when we constantly follow up and go to the Pasig branch? Binenta na ba ngayon ang booklet? Magkanu???

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  11. PAUL fernando ARGUELLES on April 29th, 2012 11:06 pm

    The ID card issued to the PWD (While its renewal due to expiration, loss or damage, the issuing authorities, Mayor,Barangay Captain and NCDA shall charge minimal fee for the new ID card).
    *how much is the minimal fee to be charge?
    *do I still need to comply again? I lost my card last December, 2011…

    Enews and updates
    I wanna receive the latest news and announcements from NCDA and its regions, as well as from other PWD organizations!
    * Hope it works?!

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  12. Sridhar on May 7th, 2012 9:22 pm

    To whomever it might concern,

    What benefits does the PWD card give the disabled?

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  13. Janille M. Mangundayao on May 26th, 2012 6:50 pm

    I am deaf. I live in San Pablo City, Laguna. I want to apply PWD ID Card.
    thank you

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  14. Roberto M. Torres jr on June 28th, 2012 8:31 pm

    hi’…can you please help and info. me that how to apply the card of PWD?…what do need requirement?

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    luke skywalker Reply:

    @Roberto M. Torres jr, go to your local dswd in your city/ municial hall, they can help you regarding your query.

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  15. jeff on July 19th, 2012 10:18 pm

    some private hospitals do not give 20% discount on medical and dental services.. I’m not sure if this is true.. please advise..

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  16. Ericson Go Giap on September 19th, 2012 5:08 pm

    I want to apply for disability id

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  17. edwin chua on September 25th, 2012 11:04 pm

    I would like to know if this card also entitles Cancer Survivors, not permamnently disabled but currently undergoind medication?

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  18. edwin chua on September 25th, 2012 11:06 pm

    ,,,also, required docs is the clinical abstract. does refer to operation record? photocopy okay? what other medical records needed?


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  19. Katharina on February 3rd, 2013 6:25 am

    Hi! Good Evening.

    I am deaf. Lost my ID PWD last monday. Please help me I want a new ID PWD . Thank you! 🙂

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  20. Sylvia Casalo on April 28th, 2013 12:48 am

    good pm po… tanong ko lang po gaanu ba katagal ang purchase booklets maibgay sa isang PWD? may ID napo apo ko pero hindi rin namin naeenjoy ang discount bilang PWD dahil kahit saang botika ay ang purchase booklets po ang hinahanap kahit may ID ang apo ko… laging wala ang sagot samin sa opisina ng DSWD na pinamumunuan ni MRS. ROSE BALDOZA.. halos po 7buwan ng may ID ang apo ko pero wala pa ring purchase booklets.. anu pong apat naming gawin? andon po kasi na ang rason nila ay wala pa daw budget>>> tapos minsan nman po idadaan naman daw sa biddengs.. lumapit na nga po ako sa naga city kay MR. MOLEN.. ito po ang sabi nya sakin kausapin ko daw ang nangangasiwa dito ng DSWD dito sa sipocot cam. sur.binigyan po ako ng sample booklets ni MR. MOLEN para po ipakita ko sa sipocot DSWD dito sa amin.. awa ng dios wala pa rin pong aksyon hanggang sa ngayun… sana po ay matugunan nyo ang aming problema dito sa sipocot camarines sur na pinamumunuan ng aming Mayor na siMAYOR OGIE ASTOR…. salamat po..

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  21. Augustin Dennis Tabernilla on May 30th, 2013 9:23 pm

    I’m a stroke survivor and currently undergoing physical and occuptional theraphy with medication am i entitled to have PWD id,

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  22. LEONARD RED on June 23rd, 2013 2:17 am

    esrd on hemodialysis twice a week, entitled po ba ako to have PWD id?

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  23. Jayclaid on June 24th, 2013 7:23 pm

    Meron na po ba sa inyo nakakuha ng PWD ID, pashare naman kung paano kasi ang hirap maka connect sa NCDA pati sa DSWD, palagi busy mga number nila o kaya magbibigay ng contact pero not in service naman. Thanks

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  24. Romelito Tupas on July 15th, 2013 5:54 pm

    Hi, great morning to all. where can i find the link for the list of disabilities?

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  25. Neneng Bee on August 23rd, 2013 9:26 am

    Tanong ko lang.. hindi ba kasama ang value meal sa pag discount ng PWD ID? na experience ko po ito sa JOLLIBEE Greenhills kanina

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  26. Magno Rivera on September 4th, 2013 4:06 am

    ako ay isang OFW sa kasalukuyan at dumaranas ng diabetes at hypertension. mataas din ang aking uric acid at higit sa lahat gumagamit na ako ng hearing aid.

    ang aking maybahay ay merong sakit sa puso at nangangailangan ng mitral valve replacement subalit hindi namin kaya ang halaga ng operasyon.

    pwede po ba kaming mag-avail ng PWD ID?

    ilang buwan na lamang ang nalalabi at magiging senior citizen na ako gayundin ang aking maybahay.

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  27. yest on October 10th, 2013 11:20 pm

    sana po may official person na makasagot. I am an ovarian cancer survivor (diagnosed 2012, treated within 2012). I inquired if i am qualified for a pwd card and was told there should be evidence (proven through a doctor’s certificate) that the illness caused some form of disability. the card is not issued daw becuase of the cancer but because of the disability due to cancer, if any. I read in the icanservefoundation website that “As a chronic illness requiring continuous monitoring and treatment, cancer is classified as a disability and cancer patients/survivors are counted among persons with disabilities (PWDs).” Given this, hindi po ba enough na ipakita yung documents stating that the person was diagnosed with cancer? Ano po ba ang official na rule when it comes to cancer survivors? Thanks you and God bless!

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  28. libby ladera on October 22nd, 2013 12:49 am

    i’m diagnosed with stage 3 breast cancer and now i’m on my chemo…why is it that i am not considered as person with disability in my town in Borongan? i ask them if i can have a PWD card but they did not considered me as disabled? am i disabled or not? nagtatanong lang po kasi hirap na hirap napo ang pamilya ko at baon na baon napo kami sa utang. single po ako at wala ng trabaho mula ng maoperahan ako noong naraan june 14, 2013..malaking tulong po ito kung ako po’y inyong matutulungan ngayon..maraming salamat po.

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  29. Divine Grace Balintong on October 31st, 2013 2:33 am

    Hi Good Evening!

    Qualified po ba ako na makakuha ng PWD card since i was diagnosed po ng Bipolar affective disorder? Lifetime po ang gamutan ng sakit ko, maicoconsider po ba na disability ang mental health illness ko para makakuha ng PWD card? Ang laki po kasi ng gastos at ang mahal ng gamot ko, mga tita ko lang ang sumusuporta sa akin sa gamutan sa ngayon. Gusto ko po sana makakuha ng PWD card para sana mabawasan ang gastos nila dahil nga po lifetime na medication ang kailangan ko.

    Sana po ay masagot ninyo ang tanong ko. Maraming salamat.

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    Aya Reply:

    @Divine Grace Balintong,
    Pareho tayo ng tanong. Any update? Nabigyan ka ng pwd id?
    Self-supporting ako sa meds gamit savings ko at unemployed pa din ako. Until January na lang panggamot ko.

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    Divine Grace Balintong Reply:


    Pumunta ako ng munisipyo noong January at applying for PWD card na ako. Considered ang bipolar disorder as Psychosocial disability kaya pwede sya i-apply for PWD card. Binigyan ako ng form at ang requirements ay picture and medical abstract. Matatagalan nga lang ako kumuha ng medical abstract kasi kailangan pa ng Psychological test at sa march 10 pa ako makakapag exam, after that 3 mos. pa ata bago mairelease yung result ng exam plus days of processing pa sa munisipyo.

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  30. Divine Grace Balintong on October 31st, 2013 2:41 am

    Gustong gusto ko po talaga sana na makakuha ng PWD card kasi hindi po lifetime na masusuportahan ako ng mga tita ko sa gamutan ko, darating ang panahon na ako na lang mag isa ang susuporta sa gamot ko,na mahal po at di kaya gastusan dahil wala po akong trabaho. Ang hindi ko po alam ay kung qualified ang mental health illness ko to avail of the program.

    Maraming salamat po ulit!

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  31. Ruel F. Garcia on November 1st, 2013 9:44 pm

    Hi.. Gusto kopo mg apply sa pwd i.d card meron po kaya dito sa calamba city laguna?

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  32. akash soni on December 31st, 2013 4:04 am

    i am 6th sem student

    .can i apply

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  33. Giovanni Aquino on February 19th, 2014 8:19 pm

    Hi! I am a polio victim since one. I am now 49 years old and working professionally as a Hotel General Manager. I usually encounter employers who when they negatively realize that I walk differently, started to make me feel unwanted after all the good work I’ve done to their property. Is there a law or a special employee/ employer protection for specially able person? like special rate for salary taxes, protection from employment and the like.

    I would appreciate a comment. Thanks!

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  34. Allen on February 23rd, 2014 11:39 pm

    Im a father of a 4 year old boy with autism. We got him a PWD ID in QC.
    When I present the ID to J.CO Donuts at SM fairview. they told me they dont entertain such ID’s unless i have the child with me. I told them i have my signature at the back and Im the father. Still they didnt bother consider.
    I PAID for my son’s donut without discount.

    It means if you have a child with a more motor deficient function you have to carry them with you just to buy some donuts. otherwise, your PWD ID is Non-sense to them.

    Hope the management of J.CO DONUTS SM fairview have some heart and consideration for special childrens.

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  35. Veranio Concepcion on April 14th, 2014 6:11 am

    I had a 5-vessel heArt bypass. Will I be eligible as Pwd.?

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  36. Glenn on May 13th, 2014 4:32 pm

    A friendly advice, can you kindly include a downloadable application form for PWD ID. I went to our provincial municipality Health Center and DSWD office and also the office of our Barangay Captain in Hagonoy, Bulacan, but they all don’t have any form. If they don’t have it how shall we start to apply. At least, in this web site, if you include it in your “downloadable” we can have a head start.

    Thank you.

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  37. benjie bugarin on June 15th, 2014 5:48 pm

    what are the requirements if a PWD person wants to apply PWD ID via transfer of residency (ex. from antipolo to makati)?

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  38. Maria Wilhelmina B. Esquivel on June 21st, 2014 2:15 pm

    I am Maria Wilhelmina B. Esquivel from Caloocan City.

    My son is 19 y/o and has been diagnosed with mild autism. He attended SPED classes in the grade school till he was mainstreamed in the regular class, yet SPED supervised. He attended High School through the DEPED Open High School Program.

    I have decided to secure a PWD ID for him. I was going through the list of requirements to comply and noticed that one of the requirements is a Barangay Certificate of Indigency.

    May I be cleared about this? From your list, indigency was never a criteria.

    Do LGU’s have their own requirements?

    I wish to be clarified regarding this matter. Thank you.

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  39. eryn sancheez on July 22nd, 2014 2:49 am

    Bakit wala sa pasig city. Sana magkaroon din.

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  40. meth on May 26th, 2015 7:43 am

    Bakit walang sumasagot sa mga posts?

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  41. Nina on May 29th, 2015 10:52 am

    Is scoliosis a valid disability to obtain a PWD ID?

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  42. Sachin on May 31st, 2015 7:30 pm

    where can we apply for disability certificate in hyderabad? i mean in which office and place?

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  43. Marinela Exer on July 6th, 2015 9:44 pm

    Good Day

    I would like to tell you an introduce about myself. I am full Deaf Person. I am Filipina. I want to write an application form for PWDs ID CARD.

    I would like to ask you for PWDs ID Card application Form. Can you send me an Email? Here is my e-mail address
    I really need it so badly. Hope that you response me soon possible.

    Thank you very much.

    Best Regards,

    Marinela Exer

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  44. Rona Abano on September 9th, 2015 5:55 am

    Hi, My daughter was diagnosed with Autism and we got her a PWD card that we are using to avial discounts for her Occupational Therapy. After 6 months, this School decided to stop honoring the PWD claiming Autism is not a qualifying disability in PWD? Is this true?

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  45. alfonso aviles on November 1st, 2015 8:32 am

    Greetings. I am retired 2nd lt. Alfonso aviles retired from the service due to complete disability from my disability pension I am able to study & in the near future going to work how am I able to enjoy the benefit of my disability, tax exemptions and every right of a disabled person also I would like to have the disability id

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  46. Barbara Panlilio on November 7th, 2015 6:28 am

    – i am only partially but permanently disabled due to loss of sight in my right eye. am i entitled to the PWD benefit?
    – happy that Marikina City is included in the list of issuing cities.
    – any news on making the PWD ID application form downloadable?
    – my vehicular accident where i lost my eye happened more than 20 years ago, thus the only clinical abstract i have is 20 years old. will this be acceptable?

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  47. jvy1225 on December 9th, 2015 1:38 am

    Is there any list of chronic diseases covered by PWD ID? I can’t seem to find one anywhere.

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