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26 (Wednesday) - 28 (Friday) June 2019 Macau

Macau

26-28 June 2019

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DAY 1 (26 June 2019, Wednesday)
08:30 – 09:15Registration
09:30 – 11:05

Opening Ceremony
Opening Speeches

  • Mr. CHUI Sai-on Fernando, Chief Executive of Macau Special dministrative Region
  • Ms. LEE Ye-ja, Vice President of Rehabilitation International’s Asia-Pacific division
  • Ms. Maria de Fátima Salvador DOS SANTOS FERREIRA , Organizing Committee Members of the Rehabilitation International Asia & Pacific Regional Conference 2019, President of General Assembly, Fuhong Society of Macau
  • Congratulatory Statement of the Regional Director for the West Pacific World Health Organization, Dr Takeshi Kasai, to be delivered by Mr. Darryl BARRETT, Technical Lead for Disability and Rehabilitation at the WHO Regional Office for the Western Pacific

Opening Keynote Speech

  • Mr. Kaveh Zahedi, Deputy Executive Secretary for Sustainable Development of the UN Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (UNESCAP)
  • Ms. ZHANG Hai-di, President of Rehabilitation International and Chairman of China Disabled Persons’ Federation
11:05 – 11:35COFFEE BREAK
11:45 – 13:00

Plenary Panel 1 : From Incheon Strategy, CRPD, and UN SDGs: Impacts on the people with disabilities and their families in the Asia and Pacific Region

  • Mr. Monthian BUNTAN, Senator, and Member of the UN Expert Committee on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities
  • Mr. YOU Liang, UN Expert Committee on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities
  • Mr. Akiie Ninomiya, Advisor of APCD Executive Director, Member of APCD Foundation
  • Mr. Michael FOX, Chair Rights & Inclusion Australia; former president of the Rehabilitation International
  • Prof. Ryo MATSUI, Japanese Society for Rehabilitation of Persons with Disabilities
13:00 – 14:30

LUNCH EVENTS

A. Working lunch of WHO Collaborating Centre on Rehabilitation
(30 ppl)
B. Signing ceremony of Rehabilitation International and Rotary International on memorandum of understanding on global collaboration (TBC)

14:30 – 16:30

Plenary Panel 2A: Long Term Comprehensive Rehabilitation Planning

  • Dr. TAM Chon-weng Alexis, Secretary for Social Affairs and Culture of Macau
  • Ms. CAI Cai, Chief, Gender Equality and Social Inclusion Section, Social Development Division, UNESCAP
  • Prof. LEE Il-yung, Vice President of Korean Society for Rehabilitation of Persons with Disabilities, and former RI Vice President for Asia Pacific
  • Ms. Duong Thi Van, Chairperson of DP Hanoi, Director of Inclusive Consultation Centre (ICC – DP Hanoi), Vice President of Vietnam Federation on Disability (VFD)
  • Mr. LIM Puay Tiak, Chairman , ASEAN Disability Forum, Singapore
  • Mr. Kyeongseok PARK, former Chair of APDF, and Standing Chair of Solidarity against Disability Discrimination

Plenary Panel 2B: Jointly hosted by Rotary Club District 3450 and RI Centennial Committee (Theme: Together a journey of hundred years, holding hands in supporting people with disabilities; One belt and Road, venturing into a new century of global development in rights based disability inclusiveness)

  • Ms. Susan PARKER, RI Hon Treasurer
  • Mr. JAI Yong (Lions Club and CDPF)
  • Dr. YC HO, Rotary Club District Governor
  • Mr. Darryl BARRETT, Technical Lead for Disability and Rehabilitation at the WHO Regional Office for the Western Pacific
  • Rotary Club speakers (6 representatives including Elvo, Macau)

Plenary Panel 2C: Disability-inclusive technology: artificial intelligence, robotics, low cost appropriate devices

  • Mr. Fred SHEU, National Technology Officer, Microsoft
  • Ph.D. Eric W.C. Tam, Associate Dean of Students, Assistant Professor of Department of Biomedical Engineering, Director of Jockey Club Rehabilitation Engineering Centre
16:30 – 16:45COFFEE BREAK
16:45 – 18:15

Breakout sessions A: 8 sessions with 8 subthemes

  1. Vocational training, work and employment, social enterprise, and income generating strategies
  2. Community based rehabilitation and community support services
  3. Early assessment and training for children with disabilities
  4. Long term comprehensive policy and programme planning
  5. Gender and disability
  6. Mental Health and Psychiatric Rehabilitation
  7. Parents of children with disability
  8. Ageing and disability; People with dementia
19:00 – 22:00Welcome Dinner  (Optional)
DAY 2 (27 June 2019, Thursday)

09:00 – 10:30

 

Plenary Panel 3A: Vocational training, work and employment, social enterprise, and income generating strategies

  • Mr ZHENG Wei-ning, Founder of Canyou
  • Mr. Nick CAREY, Chief Strategy Officer at Shaw Trust
  • Mr. Akira Terashima, Senior advisor of the Japanese Society for Rehabilitation of Persons with Disabilities (JSRPD)
  • Mr.  LING Ho Wan, Chief Consultant, Social Enterprise Business Centre, Hong Kong Council of Social Service
  • Ms. Lolita Gelle, Foundation for These Abled Persons, Inc., Philippines

Plenary Panel 3B : Sharing of Parents of children with disability: advocacy and services; and regional collaboration initiatives

  • Ms. LOU Sio-ha, Director, Association of Parents of the People with Intellectual Disabilities of Macau
  • Mr. CHEN Cheng-Liang, Parents’ Association for Persons with Intellectual Disability, Taiwan
  • Ms. Masumi Umeno, Director, Japan Parents Association of children with learning disabilities
  • Dr. Amar HSS Singh, Retired Chief Pediatrician, State of Perak, Malaysia
  • Ms. Jessica Dairong, President of Guangzhou Yang Ai Special Children Parent Club
  • Mrs. Goretti Cheuk, Chairman, The Hong Kong Joint Council of Parents of the Mentally Handicapped
  • Mr. Jongsool YOON ,Chair of Korean Parents’ Network for People with Disabilities

Plenary Panel 3C: Women with Disabilities

  • Ms. Wong Kit Cheng, Legislative Council member of Macau, Deputy Managing Director of The Women’s General Association of Macau
  • Ms. Anne Hawker, Principal Disability Adviser at Ministry of Social Development, New Zealand; Past President of RIG
  • Ms. Saowalak THONGKUAY, Founder, President and Executive Director of the Association of Women with Disabilities, Thailand
  • Ms. Carmen YAU Ka-man, Chairperson, Association of Women with Disabilities Hong Kong
  • Ms. Zhanxin Tang, Chairperson of Beijing Novel Inception Foundation
  • Mrs. Otgontuya, Executive Director of ”Bid chadna mn”, Mongolia

Plenary Panel 3D: Inclusive School and University Education

  • Dr. Ana Maria Pires Correia, Dean of the School of Education of University of Saint Joseph, Macau
  • Prof. Kenneth SIN, Director of the Centre for Special Educational Needs and Inclusive Education, Professor in the Department of Special Education and Counselling at The Education University of Hong Kong
  • Dr. Kuniomi Shibata, Associate Professor; Director, Inclusive Education Support Division, Graduate School of International and Cultural StudiesFaculty of Liberal Arts, Tsuda University
  • Professor Chris Forlin, International Inclusive Education Consultant, Australia
10:30 – 11:00COFFEE BREAK
11:00 – 12:30

Plenary Panel 4A:  Mental Health, psychiatric rehabilitation, rehabilitation counselling

  • Mr. Kwong Ho Keung, the Mental Health Committee, Government of the Macau SAR
  • Prof. HUANG Yue-qin, Chair of the RI Commission on Health and Function
  • Dr. Ip Yan-ming, President of Fu Hong Society Hong Kong
  • Mr. Ohyong KWEON, CEO, KAMI, Korea Alliance on Mobilizing Inclusion
  • Dr. Brian Hall, Associate Professor of Psychology and Director of the Global and Community Mental Health Research Group, Department of Psychology, University of Macau

Plenary Panel 4B: ICF (International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health)

  • Prof. Chetwyn CHAN, Associate Vice President (Learning and Teaching), Chair Professor of Rehabilitation Sciences and Director of the University Research Facility in Behavioral and Systems Neuroscience at The Hong Kong Polytechnic University.
  • Dr. Matilde LEONARDI, Chair, the Functioning and disability reference group, WHO
  • Prof. Akio TOKUNAGA, Special Support Education Course, School of Education, Yokohama National University
  • Prof. LIOU Tsan- Hon, Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, School of Medicine, Taipei Medical University, Taiwan

Plenary Panel 4C: People with dementia

  • Prof. VAN Iat Kio, President of Kiang Wu Nursing College of Macau
  • Ms. Rumiko Ohtani, Representative of Study Group for the Support of People with Dementia in Mmuta City, President of the Council of Group Home for the Elderly People, NPO. Director of Group Home “Familie”.
  • Prof. GuiShixun, School of Social Development East China Normal University
12:30 – 14:00

LUNCH EVENTS

Sharing from RI Senior Leadership from the Region:

  • A round table sharing among of RI AP senior leaders
  • Citations will be presented to selected senior leaders of RI AP to acknowledge their contributions: To be presented by ZHANG Hai-di
14:30 – 16:00

Breakout sessions B: 8 sessions with 8 subthemes

  1. Family Care Homes
  2. Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD), Incheon Strategy, Asia and Pacific and UN Sustainable Development Goals
  3. Accessibility in built environment and transport
  4. Vocational training, work and employment, social enterprise, and income generating strategies
  5. Mental Health and Psychiatric Rehabilitation
  6. WHO International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health
  7. Accessibility in information communication technology
  8. Inclusive school and post-secondary education
16:00 – 16:30COFFEE BREAK
16:30 – 18:30

Breakout sessions C, 8 sessions with 8 subthemes

  1. Parents’ movement & Family care homes
  2. Gender and disabilities – the Asia and Pacific women with disability
  3. Accessible information communication technology
  4. Inclusive school and post-secondary education
  5. Mental Health and Psychiatric Rehabilitation
  6. Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD), Incheon Strategy, Asia and Pacific and UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
  7. Early assessment and training for children with disabilities
  8. Long term comprehensive policy and programme planning
18:30 – 21:00Macau Entertainment, subject to availability of sponsors
DAY 3 (28 June 2019, Friday)
09:30- 12:30A. Study tours cum satellite sessions organized by service units of Fuhong Society of Macau and Caritas Macau. (Optional)
B. Workshop on Fire Safety, Emergency Evacuation, etc. for Person with disabilities (conducted by Mr. C.J. WALSH and Mr. Joseph KWAN) (Optional)
C. Workshop on ICF conducted by Dr. Matilde Leonardi (to be co-hosted with Hong Kong Joint Council for People with Disabilities and HKSR) (Optional)
09:30 – 12:30Macau Statement Drafting Committee meeting
13:00 – 14:30

LUNCH EVENTS

Signing of an MoC of Partnership of Parents Networks from Macau, Seoul, Tokyo, Hong Kong, China Mainland, and Taiwan, and other countries)

14:30 – 16:00

Plenary 5A: Accessibility and Universal design for all

  • Ms. Aiko AKIYAMA, Social Affairs Officer, Gender Equality and Social Inclusion Section Social Development Division United Nations ESCAP
  • Dr. Mario HARDY, CEO of the Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA)
  • Ms. Shu-Fen Wu, Director General of International Development Division of Eden Social welfare Foundation
  • Dr. Naziaty Yaacob, Associate Professor Department of Architecture, Faculty of Built Environment, University of Malaya
  • Mr. C.J Walsh, Architect in Dublin and Ireland, an Expert on Fire Safety for People with Disabilities

Plenary 5B: Accessible IT and Technology Innovation

  • Prof. T.H. Tse, Honorary Professor in Computer Science, The University of Hong Kong.
  • Mr. Dipendra MANOCHA, Director Developing countries Programme and Lead of Training and Tech Support with the DAISY Consortium
  • Prof. Masakazu SUZUKI, Emeritus Professor of National Kyushu University, and Chairman, NPO Sciaccess Accessibility Net
  • Representatives from Iflytek, Chinese information technology company

Plenary Panel 5C: Disability-inclusive and Disaster Risk Reduction and Management

  • Dr. POON Tak-lun, Chief of Rehabilitation Department, HKU Shenzhen Hospital, Experts in disaster rehabilitation
  • Ms. Yayoi KITAMURA, Chief researcher on disability-inclusive disaster risk reduction and management at the National Rehabilitation Center for Persons with Disabilities (NRCD) at Tokoyozawa
  • Ms. Pradytia PERTIWI , PhD candidate, Centre for Disability Research and Policy, Faculty of Health Sciences, The University of Sydney
  • Ms. Penafrancia (Penny) CHING, Head of the Disaster Risk Reduction Subcommittee, Philippine Association of Occupational Therapists (PAOT-DRR)
16:30 – 18:30Closing ceremony + Lucky Draw + Afternoon Buffet