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.

11 February 2012

ASP Family Support Group for February 2012

Share your HOPES and DREAMS with us. We will listen.

Ms. Fredeswina Javier
Fredeswina Tantengco-Javier is a graduate of MA is Education major in Special Education of the University of the Philippines, Diliman. She is a prime mover and consultant of the Special Education Program of the New Era University. She is a member of various Parent Support group and SpEd Consultant in some other schools. Fredes was the Vice President of the Society of Parents, Teachers and Friends in O.B. Montessori Center, Greenhills (1994 to 2005); and a member of the Executive Council of the Ateneo High School – Parents Union for School (2004 to 2007) and a member of the Ateneo Loyola Schools Parents Council (ASPAC) from 2007 to present.

She is also a board member of the Mirriam College Family Council. A Rotarian and Officer of Rotary Club of San Juan GEMS, District 3800. Before her current term, Fredes was a Board of Trustee of ASP from 1990 to 2003.

Fredes’ 23 years old son Conrado Manuel (Tongkoy) who has autism was a graduate of Business Management course of New Era University and presently works at The Cravings Group of Companies.

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Date: February 18, Saturday
Time: 1:00-5:00PM
Venue: ASP Office, Room 307,
ML Bldg., #47 Kamias Road, Quezon City

Hurry! Call now at 7-903-5496

Only 15 seats available!


Anonymous said...

"Budoy" - awareness? or a vehicle for the bullies?

"Yesterday, my daughter said "Hi" to a group of students from one school (not hers) when she passed them. They said "Hi", back to her... BUT... then they added "Hi. I am Budoy".
What could have been a profound moment of acceptance for special-needs children turned into bullying.

So what does this teleserye really accomplished?"

My Hope ... is for the Media to be a powerful vehicle of support for PWDs. Famous media personalities could have been a very big voice for awareness...

Autism Society Philippines said...

We are sorry to hear about the untoward incident regarding your daughter has experienced.

You might be interested to read up on the following posts on bullying.

Tips against bullying in schools (contains practical tips)

We all need friends

Regarding the teleserye Budoy, you might want to read "Is Budoy Sending the Wrong Message" by Angelo Garcia of Manila Bulletin.

In case you need additional assistance, kindly call us at 9266941 or 9298447 or email us at

Thank you.

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