Advocacy | Autism

Learning Challenges For A Child With Autism

The biggest challenge in teaching a child with autism is that they have a tendency to forget easily and so to be able for them to master something you have to teach the same things to them repeatedly until it becomes a habit. When I enrolled my daughter for her special class she barely can […]

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Advocacy | Autism

What Do You Know About Disability

I know most of you would not mind reading this post as this doesn’t concern or interest you in any way.   I was like you eight years ago.   My view about disability was confined with persons who shows very obvious signs impairment like being deaf, mute, blind, crippled, and with physical deformities or […]

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Advocacy | Autism

3rd World Autism Awareness Day Activities Philippines

Today marks the 3rd year the World Autism Day is celebrated.  Thanks to the United Nations General Assembly for adopting and  issuing a resolution on December 18, 2007 declaring April 2 as the World Autism Awareness Day (WAAD) that will bring the world’s attention to autism in perpetuity. Autism is a pervasive disorder that affects […]

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Advocacy | Autism | Press Releases

Join Be A Fan Movement

Intellectual disability is the largest single life-long handicap existing in the Philippines today, affecting 3-7% of the population. More than 30,000 are born annually with the condition, and each passing year sees a rise in this figure. Each one of these special individuals needs the same care, attention and opportunity to be treated with respect […]

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Advocacy | Autism

Please Help Bring Gomey Back Home

UPDATE: Gomey is home!  Hooray!  The more than 800,000 post helped. He was sent back home.  Details here. One of my biggest pet peeve are people who are so full of themselves to think they are better than others and know more than anyone else. I was doing my regular blog hopping when I chanced […]

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Autism | Home & Family

Potty Training Experiences

One of the most difficult task of parents is teaching their child how and when to use the bathroom.  It is more difficult if you have to potty train a child with autism, as you have to make extra effort than an average child. My daughter after so many years of training still has a […]

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Advocacy | Autism

Angels Walk For Autism 2010

Angels will take a walk again on January, 24, 2010, at the SM Mall of Asia as we held the 3rd Angels Walk for Autism. The walk is entitled Angels Walk in the Malls. Registration will be held at the Level One Entertainment/Music Hall, fronting the Seaside Boulevard. This is absolutely free. Or you can […]

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