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.

02 September 2020

Nationwide Chapter Survey prefaces the ASP CLC

The Autism Society Philippines is preparing for its 8th Chapter Leaders Conference. Over the years, the chapter leaders conferences mirror our maturing advocacy community, which has grown to 100 chapters in 2020.

ASP Chapter Leaders’ Conferences
1st: November 2006, Asian Social Institute, Manila
2nd: 23-25 August 2008 at Kabayan Hotel, Pasay City
3rd: 28-30 August 2010 at The Legend Villas in Mandaluyong City
4th: 27-28 October 2012 at The Legend Villas in Mandaluyong City
5th: 08-09 March 2014 at Eurotel, Manila
6th 30 April to 01 May 2016 at Eurotel, EDSA, Quezon City
7th: 03-04 November 2018 at Eurotel, EDSA, Quezon City

The image shows ASP National trustees wearing ASP uniform and ASP chapter leaders wearing Angels Walk t-shirts. They are in front of red wall with white onion like designs.
2018 Chapter Leaders' Conference

Calling on chapter presidents to travel to Manila for the biennial ASP Chapter Leaders Conference has been something many look forward to. Aside from meeting leaders who share a deep love for the advocacy and “letting our hair down” during the wacky fellowship nights, the ASP CLC is a venue for personal growth and leadership skills building. What we learn from resource speakers deepens our understanding of the kind of servant leadership ASP espouses and the knowledge sharing that nurtures good governance, wherever part of the country we may be.

The ASP CLC 2020 will be an on-line event -- a first! The ASP National Trustees are hard at work to create a program that will be relevant and responsive to what our community genuinely needs. This cannot be done in a vacuum -- we need the inputs of the community leaders who are closest to the pulse of the membership.

For the chapter profiling and needs analysis, chapter leaders are asked to submit their Accomplishment Reports from 2019 and 2020 (download template: and fill out the survey below. Each chapter must complete only one survey with a consolidated response of at least three (3) officers. The deadline for submission of requirements is September 15, 2020..

If you would like to join the growing Autism Society Philippines community, here’s how: No chapter in your area? Email us via and we can tell you how you can create one.


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