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.

21 October 2010

Speakers’ Training on Public Speaking

By: Tiffany Tan, ASP Board Secretary

Much sought after speaker-trainor, ASP Chair Emeritus, Dang Koe trained a total of 15 PWD Leaders on October 1, 2010 at Asian Social Institute, Malate Manila. The Speakers’ Training for Public Speaking was part of the revitalization and expansion program of the Katipunan ng May Kapansanan sa Pilipinas (KAMPI). The particular training was sponsored by KAMPI-NCR with the assistance of ASP.


ASP Chair Emeritus Dang Koe (standing) with PWD Leaders

during the Speakers’ Training for Public Speaking last October 1, 2010


The activity aimed to train PWD Leaders by equipping skills on Public Speaking to a general audience. Dang was joined by ASP Executive Director, Ranil Sorongon and ASP volunteer Bing David. Ms. Joyla Ofrecia of ASP San Fernando Chapter and Beth Udquin of UP-CAMP Manila chapter joined the training as representatives of ASP.


According to Sorongon, the activity aimed to develop and nurture effective public speakers from the PWD Sector to educate fellow PWD and the society on about disability as well as the rights of PWD. ASP is a member of KAMPI, a National Federation of Organizations of Persons With Disabilities in the Philippines working to advance the rights and independence of people with disabilities.


Click here to read more about the conference.


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Cindy said...

This is indeed a very good move, training them on public speaking and become a great keynote speaker to be able to effectively send the message across and informed the public about the good intentions of this agency.

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My hats off to these amazing people. You deserve all the love and support.

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