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.

07 September 2013

A Seminar on "Addressing Medical and Parental Concerns of CWA’s"

Autism Society Philippines, in partnership esteemed members of the medical community, is inviting ASP members in good standing to this FREE seminar EXCLUSIVELY for parents (no professionals or educators please) on 15 September 2013, Sunday from 8:00am to 12:00nn at the Conference Room of the Perpetual Succor Hospital, 836 Cayco St. Sampaloc, Manila. (If you are coming from Quiapo go down in front of UST Espana, Cayco is the street right after the overpass. If coming from Welcome Rotonda go down in front of UST and cross to other side to get to Cayco.)

Physicians from various fields of specialty will discuss family concerns relevant to parents of children on the spectrum:
“Working with Families of Children with Autism” by Dr. Maria Isabel Quilendrino (Developmental Pediatrician).  Dr.  Quilendrino is a fellow of the Philippine Society for Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics. She took up her residency in Pediatrics and fellowship training for Developmental Pediatrics at UP Philippine General Hospital (PGH) and is currently practicing in the UP Medical Center (FMAB), Perpetual Succor Hospital and soon in Diliman Doctors Hospital.
“Epilepsy in Autism” by Dr. Jacqueline Vea (Neurologist and Epileptologist).  Dr. Vea took up her residency in Jose Reyes Memorial Medical Center and took up fellowship in adult neurology, EEG, video EEG and epilepsy at UP - PGH.
“Allergies and Autism” by Dr. Mary Anne Castor (Pedia Allergologist and Immunologist) is a fellow of the Philippine Society of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology and an Associate Professor in Section of Allergy and Immunology at Department of Pediatrics, UP - PGH. Dr. Castor served as Chair, Research and Publications Committee and Head of Food Allergy Council in Philippine Society of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology. She is also a group leader Bible Study Fellowship International, Manila - Alabang Day Women’s Class.
“Teaching Sexuality to Children in the Autism Spectrum” by Dr. Nenacia Ranali Nirena P. Mendoza (Family Medicine).  Dr. Rana is a diplomate in Family Medicine and a professor at San Beda College of Medicine and a member of Continuing Medical Education Committee at Philippine Academy of Family Physicians. 

An open forum will be held after the lectures, giving parents the opportunity to ask questions specific to their children. A short self-administered survey regarding parents perceptions on autism will also be run after the seminar.

Fill out the form below to register for this free event today! For inquiries, please call ASP at 02-926-6941 or 02-929-8447.

 
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