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.

02 June 2014

Unified DancExercise Party

Let’s get physical! That’s how we’d shout out for this activity held at the SM Sucat 3rd Floor Activity Area last May 24 at 10:00am. Dubbed as the “Unified DanceExercise Party” - the kids, the parents, siblings and therapists, not to mention the grandparents and caregivers, participated in the highly energetic dance party led by two very lively and well-coordinated dancers. We danced to the latest dance tunes and sweated it out while having so much fun. It was an activity meant to introduce us to Special Olympics Philippines, where children are able to participate, perform and achieve.



Truly, activities such as the DanceExercise Party and the Special Olympics inspire our special children to dream, perform beyond their current abilities and feel the triumph and fulfilment of achieving so much more. For the parents, it provides a sense of comfort that their kids are capable of aspiring and working hard to attain their goals, no matter how big or small it may be. The family is provided an opportunity to support the special children in this worthwhile endeavour.

Thank you to the children for doing their best and for a job well done and thank you to organizers and parents for providing a place for the children to be themselves and do more!

About the authors.

Imee Alviso is a full time housewife, a mother and sometimes a father because her husband works abroad as a website designer for 15 years now who comes home monthly. An operating room nurse at Saint Lukes before who resigned to give priority to her family. Imee is an ASP member for almost 12 yrs now - she was treasurer of ASP Metrosouth and now President of ASP Paranaque. I

Jennah Suarez is a Mom 24/7. While balancing family and career, she managed to pursue her studies and ventured into several businesses. She now aims to be more involved in issues closer to her heart and help her child Jerice and children with autism to cope, be productive and gain acceptance.


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