IRR OF RA 7277 IMPLEMENTING RULES AND REGULATIONS OF THE MAGNA CARTA FOR DISABLED PERSONS (Republic Act No. 7277) RULE I DEFINITION OF TERMS Abandoned â€“ an abandoned disabled person is one who has no proper parental care or guardianship, or whose parents or guardians have deserted him for a period of at least six continuous months. Abused â€“ an abused disabled person is one who has been maltreated raped, or seduced, exploited and overworked or made to work under conditions not conductive to good health. He/She is made to be in the street or public places, and is exposed to moral danger. Accreditation â€“ means the Certification given by the Department of Health (DOH) and the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) recognizing the disability, skills, and qualifications of a disabled worker. Adapted Physical Education â€“ therapeutic application of physical education to rehabilitate learners with special needs whose functional deficiencies are amenable to improvement through exercise. Adapted physical education programs should be planned and implemented in coordination with psychological and medical services. Affordable Cost â€“ the lowest amount charged to a person that meets the criteria for affordability as determined under existing policies of the Department of Health. Apprentice â€“ means a worker who is covered by a written Apprenticeship Agreement with an individual employer. Apprenticeable Occupation â€“ means any trade, form of employment or occupation, which requires more than three (3) months of practical on-the-job training supplemented by related theoretical instruction. Apprenticeship â€“ means on-the-job practical training supplemented by related theoretical instruction. Apprenticeship Agreement â€“ means written employments contract in which the employer binds himself to train the apprentice in turn agrees to work for the employer. Auditory Training â€“ the producer of teaching persons with hearing impairments, to make full use of their residual ability. Auxiliary – a. Offering, providing help, assistance or support b. Functioning in a subsidiary capacity; augmenting or available to augment a basis power, potential, or ability; supplementary. Auxiliary Aids and Services include: 1. Qualified interpreters or other effective methods of delivering materials to individuals with hearing impairments; 2. Qualified readers, taped tests, or other effective methods of delivering materials to individuals with visual impairments; 3. Acquisition or modification of equipment or devices; and 4. Other similar services and actions or all types of aids and services that facilitate the learning process of people with mental disability. Auxiliary Social Services â€“ are the supportive activities in the delivery of social services to the marginalized sectors of society.