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.

20 March 2014

ASP Chair Emeritus talks at PVI

ASP Chair Emeritus Dang Koe gave a talk on “Communication and Leadership” to Kamp Pagkakaisa Volunteers Inc., formerly known as PVI-Foundation, last 2 March 2014 at TSB Seminar Hall, Meralco Avenue. College students taking up Psychology, SPED, Nursing students, among others; as well as professionals were in attendance.

The seminar is for primarily for volunteers who would are interested in joining the 10-day summer camp for CWDs; in acting as trainers for other volunteers on how to handle CWDs. They received practical exercises on basic leaders’ communication tools. The sessions were designed to be fun, interactive and practical.

Dang Kow lauded the volunteers. “I “bowed” to them for choosing to be volunteers for PVI. Volunteers are from all walks of life -- this year, we have students, professionals, even foreigners. It is amazing that they really want to spend time with CWD’s.”


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