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.

10 November 2021

Nurturing Social Skills in children and youth on the spectrum

Date: 27 November 2021, Saturday
Time: 9:00am (we are not accepting late-comers)
Register below to get the zoom link.
Deadline of registration is 26 November 2021, Friday at 12nn
This learning event is EXCLUSIVE TO ASP MEMBERS


November 2021 Poster



Social Stories are tools that can help learners better understand themselves, others, and the world in general. It will help them become better at problem solving and making decisions for themselves and by themselves. This webinar will cover what Social Stories are and how to use them. There will be opportunities for participants to distinguish a social story from other types of stories, to contextualize available social stories, and even create their own social stories.

IMPORTANT: Validated members will receive an email with the Zoom details. Send us an email via autismphils@gmail.com if you have not received your Zoom credentials by Friday, 26 November 2021 at 1pm. Please do not share your link — only one device per name shall be accepted.

Our Moderator:

Ms Cecile Sicam
Cecile S. Sicam is one of the 11 original founders of the Autism Society Philippines. She has served ASP in many capacities, as Secretary, President from 2001 to 2004; Vice President.

Cecile has been teaching children with special needs for more than 2 decades. She taught SpEd for three years Santa Clara County, California; and upon her return resumed her position as Program Coordinator of Bridges Foundation Inc.


Our Speaker:

Ms Jonellie Reynes-Santos
Jonellie Reynes- Santos or better known as Teacher Joji is a Special education and literacy specialist. She has worked with a diverse group of learners: children to adults, neuro-typical and neuro-diverse learners, teachers, peace and inclusion advocates, and even prisoners from the maximum compound of the New Bilibid Prison. She not only coaches neuro-diverse learners to improve their quality of life but coaches their family as well. She does this through one-on-one coaching for parents, transition planning workshops for parents and family, siblings and friends support workshops, inclusive camps, and through the books she has written.

She is a published author of textbooks and children’s literature. She has contributed in the BASA Pilipinas leveled readers for grade 3 and picture books for kindergarten. Her book about a boy with autism, Inside Daniel’s Head, is available in Adarna Publishing House. She earned both her Bachelor’s degree in Special Education and Master’s degree in Reading Education in the University of the Philippines. She is currently completing her PhD in History and Philosophy of Education also in the same university. Her research works are focused on literacy and the philosophy of inclusive education. She has been a consultant for various organizations and has designed and implemented modules for teacher training in literacy, inclusive education, and inclusive disaster response and reduction modules.

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