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.

01 December 2014

ASP hosts seminar on “Sensory Integration in Autism”

Autism Society Philippines hosted a Sensory Integration in Autism facilitated by Ms. Rowena Sison-Singler at the Quality Life Discoveries last 29 November 2014, attended by 35 participants composed of parents and professionals.


Rowena Sison Sigler is a licensed Physical Therapy based in New York where she assisted patients in workers compensation and sports medicine. She shared different views in sensory integration from both the point of view of a parent and professional. She spoke of how to identify between behavioral and sensory breakdown and how sensory integration can assist in the classroom and at home. She discussed different triggers and how to cope and or adjust accordingly. The speaker stressed how early intervention can make a big difference in socialization and in school and the role of the parents in ensuring a continuous learning experience.

Participants share their thoughts about the seminar.

“Very natural and funny. Superb speaker.”

“Clear and thorough explanation.”


About the contributor. Lloyd Ngo worked as an ASP intern when he attended Independent Living and Learning Center. He began working in 2012 as an encoder at the Ongkiko Manhit Custodio and Acorda Law Offices in Makati. He is currently ASP’s Program Assistant for Communications.

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