When & Where
February 26,Sunday, 9:00AM – 12:00NN
Asian Social Institute
1518 Leon Guinto Cor Escoda Sts., Malate, Manila
Speaker: Mr. Allen R. Espelita, OTR, OTRP, CVP, CEAS I
Assistive Technology aims to offer the widest range of supports so that the user can make best use of all the features and advantages that technology has to offer. Assistive Technology is any item, whether purchased off the shelf, or customized, which enhances an individual’s independence. Assistive technology works best when a good match is reached between the user and the technology. AT is a tool, a means to an end. It is not an end in itself. This is an important point to remember when you are trying out different types of Assistive Technologies. User-friendliness is a key feature to look out for when you set about trialing new devices, or introducing devices to someone else (Enable Ireland, 2011).
Pre-Registration (until February 23)
ASP Member – P 400
Non-Member – P 500
On Site Registration
ASP Member – P 500
Non-Member – P 600
For more details, please call Autism Society Philippines at 9266941/9298447 or click here to visit their blog.