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.

17 January 2012

Family Support Group on January 28, 2012

In celebration of the 16th National Autism Consciousness Week with the theme “Making the Rights Real for Filipinos with Autism”, ASP will be holding a Family Support Group (FSG) on January 28, Saturday at 1PM at ASP Office.


Mom Carmel with son Mike


This ACW Celebration, our facilitator will be Ms. Carmel Almendrala. Tita Carmel is one of ASP’s Board of Trustees. A wife of a retired ambassador, she personifies diplomacy as you will always see or hear her representing ASP in media with poise, grace and intelligence in spite of the disconcerting circumstance of educating an ASD child. Her son, Michael now 42 years old was a gold medalist in weight lighting at the Dublin, Ireland Special Olympics for the country. He is also an independent member of the community working as an administrative staff of the Philippine Information Agency. Mrs. Almendrala is one of the speakers of the forum on “Employment for Persons with Autism” on January 27, Saturday at 1:30PM at the Sky Dome of SM City North EDSA.


Sign up now and learn practical tips on parenting and how to advocate for your child with autism. Call 9266941 or 9298447 to register.

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