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.

10 January 2011

ASP Lauds Quality Life Discoveries’ TheraPinoy & Research Program

ASP Chair Emeritus, Dang Koe gave an inspirational message during the launching of TheraPinoy: Gawad Therapy para sa Batang Pinoy of Quality Life Discoveries. TheraPinoy, through Tasco, Inc. and Spira Sales Corporation, will provide scholarship grants to deserving children with disabilities.

Dang also lauded efforts of the QLD to promote charitable and research-oriented programs, in cooperation with reputable research groups in the field of medicine and rehabilitation, through Dr. Tippy Tanchangco, a developmental pediatrician and clinical epidemiology candidate.


(from left) Ms Mary Ann Cua, ASP Chair Emeritus Dang Koe,

Prof. Archie David and Dr. Tippy Tanchangco


The launching ceremony was also attended by ASP Executive Director, Ranil Sorongon; clinicians, educators, socio-civic organizations, the academe, families and advocates of people with special needs. Dr Tippy Tanchangco spoke in behalf of Dr. Alexis Reyes, the event’s guest of honor. She reiterated the importance of research and professional collaboration to promote evidence-based practice.


Dr Tippy Tanchangco discussed the importance of research
and professional collaboration to promote evidence-based practice


Truly, it is only through an empowered and united initiative from the community that advocates for these children, such as doctors, different therapy centers, teachers, non-profit organizations, and families, that we can achieve the common goal of seeing all differently-abled children, regardless of socioeconomic status, reach their maximum potentials as valued and contributing members of society,” said Prof. Archie David, who recently joined the QLD as its executive director and reaffirmed the center’s intensified commitment to advocate for the wellness and community integration of people with disabilities.


QLD is an active institutional member of ASP, extending its venue for free during ASP some of ASP’s 2010 seminar series. For more information about the Quality Life Discoveries’ service, charity and research programs, you may visit it online at www.qualitylifediscoveries.com

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