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ATRIEV Never Stops

“Once a teacher, forever a student.” Learning is a life-long process and it does not stop on the place where I am. Even if there is a distraction in my… Read More »ATRIEV Never Stops

My Online Teaching Journey

Android phones had been a necessity in our lives now that we are stepping in the world of 21st century era. It helps us create and check emails on the… Read More »My Online Teaching Journey

A Better ATRIEV and a Better Me for a Better You

Want to know a nerve-racking moment? Mine was sitting in front of the laptop with my ATRIEV yellow shirt on, opening the TeamTalk application and trying to handle a virtual… Read More »A Better ATRIEV and a Better Me for a Better You

Virtual Teachers’ Training: Embracing the New Normal Learning

Introduction As I sat in front of my laptop, I reached out for the smartphone on my right and pressed the power button. The screen unlocked, then my Talkback announced,… Read More »Virtual Teachers’ Training: Embracing the New Normal Learning

Extraordinary Faith in an Extraordinary Time

By: Remir Romualdo “Now faith is the assurance of things hoped for, the conviction of things not seen.”Hebrews 11:1 ESVHow far are you willing to stretch your faith in this… Read More »Extraordinary Faith in an Extraordinary Time

Making A Difference With AI

AI in Mobile Legends is something that I can beat up easily, but with Microsoft’s AI for Accessibility Hackathon, wherein more than 400 individuals over 8 countries across Asia Pacific… Read More »Making A Difference With AI

A Star Gate to Success

by John Sebastian Procoro Masbad Ask a child about his dream and he will tell you such hopeful words, “I want to be an engineer,” or “I want to become… Read More »A Star Gate to Success

The Mentor Who Changed My Life

by Charles Gabriel Allana Mentoring is an effective method of helping inexperienced individuals develop and progress in their life. Merriam Webster dictionary defines mentor as a trusted counsellor or guide.… Read More »The Mentor Who Changed My Life

The Values My Teacher Taught Me

by Joyce Ann Vivas A quote says, “The aim of education is the knowledge, not of facts but of values.” This was the lesson I’ve learned from the teacher who… Read More »The Values My Teacher Taught Me

White Cane Safety Day Celebration 2019

Where It All Started For centuries around the world, cane, staff or stick was used to guide blind people in their travels. It was used to alert them of the… Read More »White Cane Safety Day Celebration 2019

Guia Rabacca

As an occupational therapist in the Community-Based Rehabilitation Program, I used to pride myself on already being aware about the various aspects of our environment that facilitate of hinder the… Read More »Guia Rabacca

Feye Roderos

I learned the characteristics that make a document accessible – scannability, searchability, legibility, and readability. The training also provided insightful tips and practical ways to apply these characteristics to each… Read More »Feye Roderos

Danelle Melgar

I learned a lot from this training, starting from writing different kinds or types of articles. I remember before I joined this training. I was afraid to write articles or… Read More »Danelle Melgar

Claryss Aquino

I learned a lot in this training but one of the things that really stayed with me is how I could push beyond my boundaries but still enjoying what I… Read More »Claryss Aquino

Wendell Biala

What I’ve learned from this training is most of all, charity. Charity not in the way that we give material help, but also giving the help that we can, to… Read More »Wendell Biala

Eliza Lorica

I am planning to put up my own online selling business, but I don’t know how to start and what are the things to do and to be considered. That… Read More »Eliza Lorica

Gian Paolo Carillaga

Dear ATRIEV, Norfil and Microsoft corp, thank you for sponsorship and now I have 3 finish course DLT (Digital Literecy Training) General Transcription and ICS( Introduction to Computer Science) Thank… Read More »Gian Paolo Carillaga

Mary Grace Campang

Words are not enough to express my thankfulness in the Organizations who support the Intro to Computer Science training for the community of Visually Impaired, without you these could never… Read More »Mary Grace Campang

Lorna McBean

There were so much ATRIEV seminars that pass through which I wanted to join but missed out because frequently all of their schedule has conflicts on my job-related activities. Initially… Read More »Lorna McBean

Margaret Pasco

First of all, I would like to thank Atriev for giving an opportunity to learn. No words could possibly express how happy I was when I was informed that I… Read More »Margaret Pasco

Lea Famor

Attending the 5-day training on how to use the android using talk back for the benefit of my students with visual impairment is such a blessing. It’s always my desire… Read More »Lea Famor

Mary Anne Perdon

The 5-day Basic ICT Training was indeed very fruitful, informative and beneficial to both teachers and to learners with visual impairment as the main recipient of the training.  Thank you… Read More »Mary Anne Perdon

ATRIEVida Moments, ATRIEV turns SILVER

Alma Corsanes DLT Summer 2018 Light perception, Juvenile Open-Angle Glaucoma (JOAG) Edrian Delos Reyes DLT Summer 2018 Low vision, Leber’s Hereditary Optic Neuropathy (LHON) #MyATRIEVidaMoments #ATRIEVturnsSILVER

ATRIEVida Moments, ATRIEV turns SILVER

My most remarkable moment in ATRIEV was when one of the Norfil Foundation staff join the class for a few days because she said that their website is not that… Read More »ATRIEVida Moments, ATRIEV turns SILVER

ATRIEVida Moments, ATRIEV turns SILVER

Sa akin po, Sobrang Laki po ng naitulong ng ATRIEV, lalo na po noong nagsisimula palang po ako. Sobrang dami ko pong natutunan noon sa DLT, natutunan ko po mas… Read More »ATRIEVida Moments, ATRIEV turns SILVER

ATRIEVida Moments, ATRIEV turns SILVER

The hope that ATRIEV gives to the PWD community ignited my love for this advocacy. I will continue to live by its mission to create vision beyond sight. Furthermore, I… Read More »ATRIEVida Moments, ATRIEV turns SILVER

ATRIEVida Moments, ATRIEV turns SILVER

As a person with mobility impairment, Writing for the Web Training was another milestone for me. I learned to enhance my grammar and English composition, and developed my skills in… Read More »ATRIEVida Moments, ATRIEV turns SILVER

ATRIEVida Moments, ATRIEV turns SILVER

Madami akong bagay na natutunan sa pag-enroll ko sa iba’t-ibang trainings sa ATRIEV. Not only in terms of using computer, kundi maging sa kung papaano makihalobilo sa iba’t-ibang klase ng… Read More »ATRIEVida Moments, ATRIEV turns SILVER

ATRIEVida Moments, ATRIEV turns SILVER

I’m very much grateful of the ATRIEV because I was benefited by their training using ICT in teaching learners with special needs, especially for the visually impaired and blind. I… Read More »ATRIEVida Moments, ATRIEV turns SILVER

ATRIEVida Moments, ATRIEV turns SILVER

ATRIEV gave me hope after an incident of senseless violence took my eyesight. What I learned from the ATRIEV experience enables me to do my work at Grayscale and at… Read More »ATRIEVida Moments, ATRIEV turns SILVER

ATRIEVida Moments, ATRIEV turns SILVER

Isa rin ako sa nahirapan noong unang training ko sa ATRIEV, 2004 yon. Dumating na sa puntong aatras na ako sa klase at uuwi nalang ako dahil sa halos walang… Read More »ATRIEVida Moments, ATRIEV turns SILVER

ATRIEVida Moments, ATRIEV turns SILVER

I met ATRIEV three years after I became blind. Those times were the dark ages of my life. ATRIEV showed me the world of hope and possibilities despite of my… Read More »ATRIEVida Moments, ATRIEV turns SILVER

Me, Myself, and Eyes: Millennial Vision Care

by: John Phillip Artacho William Shakespeare once said, “the eyes are the window to the soul”. Let us not interpret this quote in the literal manner, let’s use it by… Read More »Me, Myself, and Eyes: Millennial Vision Care

Games That Blind People Can Play During Quarantine

Ever since I was a kid my blind mom would play games with me. We used to play cards whenever she had time after work. But in today’s time, everything… Read More »Games That Blind People Can Play During Quarantine

How to Get Gainful Remote Work Amidst Global Crisis

Covid 19 brought a major change in our everyday life. It transformed everything from a traditional transaction, where you have to go out in order to buy and dine, or… Read More »How to Get Gainful Remote Work Amidst Global Crisis

Audio Described Movies to Watch During Quarantine

by: Claryss Aquino (DCCT 2020 – Batch 1) I know that this quarantine period is such a bummer since we aren’t allowed to go out and have fun. Even though… Read More »Audio Described Movies to Watch During Quarantine

Basic Tips for a Blind Newbie Mom

by: Cedeline Alvarez (DCCT 2020 – Batch 2) Are you one of those women with visual impairment who want to have your own family? Good news! In this article, you… Read More »Basic Tips for a Blind Newbie Mom

7 Tips to Stay Fit and Healthy During Quarantine

by: Andrea Estrella (DCCT 2020 – Batch 1) Physical fitness is very important if you want to maintain your figure and keep your body healthy, especially this pandemic which doesn’t… Read More »7 Tips to Stay Fit and Healthy During Quarantine

6 Advantages of Home Gardening for Blind Moms

by: Annabelle Lucero (DCCT 2020 – Batch 2) Being a stay at home mom can sometimes be tiring and boring at the same time. But what if you’re also blind?… Read More »6 Advantages of Home Gardening for Blind Moms

5 Tips in Writing a Song

by: Rolan Christian Faelnar (DCCT 2020 – Batch 2) Writing a song can never be easy. People are struggling to conceptualize their ideas. They’re confused on where to start. Or… Read More »5 Tips in Writing a Song