The Autism Society Philippines (ASP) is a national, non-profit organization dedicated to the well-being of persons with autism spectrum disorder. The ASP has been in the forefront of providing services and training to families living with autism.

08 June 2010

ASP Laguna Concludes Summer Training Program

ASP Laguna recently concluded its Summer Training Program entitled “Teaching Children with Autism,” last May 7, 2010. The 20-day intensive training began on April 12 and was participated by three mothers of children with autism.

The three mothers, Mrs. Sharon Roque of Paete, Mrs. Jane Lumbo of Sta. Rosa City and Mrs. Riza Enriquez of San Pablo City; have decided to give up work outside home to become full time caregivers of their children.

The centers which hosted this year’s observation tours and immersion classes were Hope Intervention Center, Calamba City; Paete Intervention Center for Autism and Related Disorders (PICARD); Love and Hope Intervention Center, Liliw; First Steps Intervention; Therapy Center, Calamba City; and The Learning Center, Merville, Parañaque City.


Photo shows one of the participants doing hands on with a child with autism


This training program is held annually by ASP Laguna with the objective of equipping participants with the knowledge and skills in teaching children with autism. through a combination of lecture, discussion, case analysis, hands on, research work and school tours. It also serves as a fund raising activity of the chapter to generate resources that will help sustain programs and services.


The trainees while doing their case analysis


For more information on ASP Laguna Programs email ASP Laguna Chapter at asplagunachapter@yahoo.com.

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ASP Chapters continue to work hard empowering parents to care for children with autism. Be an Angel for Autism. Donate now and help expand ASP Chapters Programs and Services. Log on to ASP Community Website or email us at autismphil@pldtdsl.net or call 9266941 / 9298447.

1 comments:

Chad said...

Consider that most modern teachers learn how to practice their trade through an educational background that encourages a somewhat rigid set of approaches. For instance, teachers may focus on structured instructional methods that tend to include things like classroom work, individual work at their desk or table, and some hands-on techniques.

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