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Published on February 5, 2014

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Dennis Cunanan Ilaw is really a sightless author, as well as this individual helps make his / her trade equally by writing intended for business oriented as well as charity requirements. He's caused this Team connected with Education’s in-house Braille publishing media intended for creating instructional components, for instance text book as well as translations connected with major Uk as well as Filipino works, with the visually reduced as well as underprivileged.

Dennis graduated in the business training within ABDOMINAL Progress Scientific studies, small within Schooling, with his undergraduate thesis currently being on developing procedures with the sightless in the lowest industry from the Philippines.

Dennis’s works, posted underneath equally his / her labels Dennis Cunanan Ilaw as well as Greg Dimasilep, are allocated equally in your area as well as in foreign countries by business oriented bookstores. He's likewise the distinguished inspirational speaker from conventions with the empowerment from the disabled, such as National Actions intended for Handicap Schooling, managed from the College connected with Baguio, Baguio Location, along with the We could Practice it! Strengthened Childhood Meeting within Santo Pedro University or college, Cebu Location.

Dennis Cunanan Ilaw: ‘Be The Light’ Transcribed Inspirational Message (3) 3rd National Movements for Disability Education Conference College of Baguio, Baguio City -- What I fell in love with, then, were words. Words are the ultimate tools of imagination; the use of words is the craft of imagination to make creativity become real and the product of a human person who has something to share. Words are used to unite people; in the case of the disabled, this still holds true, as for deaf people, words are behind signs and are the basis of meaning to be translated, and likewise for blind people, words are symbols that are read in a language of touch, called Braille. Words are strung together to form sentences, paragraphs, entire works—structures of meaning that are shared amongst human beings. This is why I became a writer; this is why I worked very hard in school to grasp the meaning of tying words together in both speech and typing through the use of improved and constantly improving technology, that I might communicate with the outside world in creative endeavors such as my fiction, poetry, essays (formal as well as informal, such as the material in my blog), and, as right now, speech. (Practice and practice, always!) Visit us @

I am also the deeply privileged beneficiary of opportunities that have changed my life and moved it forward. My school in Balangha was cutting-edge in the Special Education techniques that teachers employed to make us learn, and I am indebted to the Balangha City Council for granting me a scholarship for both my vocational high school training and educating me further in a Bachelor of Arts in Development Studies, with a minor in Education. I was also given a school grant to do special work for my thesis, which was on developmental policy for the blind in the lowest sector of the Philippines, showing an opening for public-private partnership in developing policy and programs for the blind. Development—the sociocultural aspect of it, the psychology of it, and the science of it—appealed to me, as I wanted to make a difference not just for myself but for others. And I was deeply inspired by the humanitarian aspect of it, and I deeply appreciate the liberal arts education alongside my Development and Education background, in subjects such as Philosophy and Panitikang Pilipino. I have tried to make the most out of my wonderful education, and many among us have done so as well. Visit us @

-- Dennis Cunanan Ilaw is a blind writer, and he makes his trade both by writing for commercial and charitable purposes. He has worked with the Department of Education’s in-house Braille printing press for developing educational materials, such as textbooks and translations of major English and Filipino works, for the visually impaired and underprivileged. Dennis graduated from the vocational course in AB Development Studies, minor in Education, with his undergraduate thesis being on developmental policies for the blind in the lowest sector of the Philippines. Dennis’s works, published under both his names Dennis Cunanan Ilaw and Greg Dimasilep, have been distributed both locally and abroad by commercial bookstores. He is also a renowned inspirational speaker at conferences for the empowerment of the disabled, such as the National Movements for Disability Education, hosted by the College of Baguio, Baguio City, and the We Can Do It! Empowered Youth Conference in Santo Pedro University, Cebu City. Visit us @

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