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 June 2023

ASP Family Support Group for June 2023

Date: 10 June 2023, Saturday
Time: 10:00am
Register below to get the zoom link

Deadline of registration is 9 June 2023, Friday at 12nn

The image shows parents with a son and a daughter sitting in a sofa. There are two photos of facilitators named Joyla Ofrecia and Armida Martinez shown at the left side.
June 2023 FSG Poster

ASPs family support group sessions bring together parents, siblings, and other family members to talk about their journey in living with autism. Participants share their experiences and draw enlightenment and strength from others going through the same challenges.

The Autism Society Philippines -- together with this month's host, ASP Angono -- welcome members and non-members, bound by a common experience that is autism. We aspire to educate, empower and inspire to help build an Autism-OK Philippines.

IMPORTANT: Send us an email via if you have not received your Zoom credentials by 9 June 2023, Friday at 1pm. Please do not share your link — only one device per name shall be accepted.

Our Moderators:

Maria Joyla Ofrecia empowers families in the care and instruction of children and youth on the autism spectrum, as a valuable resource to the ASP Early Detection and Early Intervention Program, ASP Education Committee and the ASP HOMEpowerment Program. She organized and mentors the ASP chapters towards good governance and sustainability as the ASP MM- Rizal Cluster Head.

Her eldest is Juris, a young man on the autism spectrum. She has been a hands-on mother and for almost 16 years, has been implementing home intervention programs along with other center-based interventions not just for her own son but also for other children on the spectrum.

Armie Martinez is currently the president of ASP Angono. Mommy Armie was born and raised in Angono and has four children; the youngest is Rheyn, a 14-year-old boy on the autistic spectrum. For the last five years, she has worked as a barangay health worker.


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