The Autism Society Philippines (ASP) is a national, non-profit organization dedicated to the well-being of persons on the autism spectrum disorder. We envision a society where Filipinos on the spectrum become the best of their potentials -- self-reliant, independent, productive, socially-accepted citizens of an Autism-OK Philippines.

13 October 2010

FREE Screening of Alyana in Naga City

Digital poster of Alyana

Help Learning Center, headed by Dr. Fe Delos Reyes, with the support of City Government of Naga and Municipality of Libmanan, will have a free back to back showing of Mirana Medina’s document films ALYANA - a study of Autism in the Philippines and SILENT ODYSSEY - a journey into the Deaf world.

October 14 – Libmanan, Camarines Sur 10:00 a.m. – Silent Odyssey 1:00 p.m. – Alyana

October 15 – Naga City Youth Center 9:00 a.m. – Silent Odyssey 1:00 p.m. – Alyana

Help Learning Center also invites you for a free Seminar on Structured Teaching and How to Raise a Child with Autism by ASP Chair Emeritus Dang Koe on October 14, 9am-5pm.

Fondly known as Mama Dang, she has been an indefatigable autism advocate. She served as ASP National President for an unprecedented 3 consecutive terms and continues the advocacy as the first appointed Chair Emeritus of the society. Her more than a decade of service to ASP is decorated with numerous accomplishments, including being accorded in 2009, The Outstanding Thomasian Alumni (TOTAL) Award for Humanitarian Service for her competence, commitment and compassion in leading Autism Society Philippines to share hopes & build dreams with at least half a million Filipino families dealing with autism. She juggles her time between her family, corporate training, and ASP – including provincial trips as a much sought-after seminar and conference speaker on autism; and writing Angels Talk in Manila Bulletin. In spite of which, she can still keep it together with humor, fair judgment and that rare mix of leadership qualities needed to hold a non-profit organization. Her eldest son, Gio, is now 16 years old, and she extends her advocacy throughout her entire family as they actively participate in ASP activities.

For more information, please contact HELP LEARNING CENTER, Naga City, Tel. (054) 472-9152.


ASP Chapters continue to work hard to raise funds for projects and activities. Be an Angel for Autism. Donate to ASP Chapters. The time is now. Be an Angel for Autism. Deposit your donationto ASP Banco De Oro Anonas-Kamias Branch Savings Account Number 3980002955. Email us at or call us at 7-903-5496. To sign up to be a ASP member, please contact our ASP Naga City Chapter President Nina Sibulo at 09394653870. To request for the Alyana road show in your area, write to or call 7-903-5496 for more information.


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