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On March 11, 2022, RA 11650: An Act Instituting a Policy of Inclusion and Services for Learners with Disabilities in Support in Inclusive Education, Establishing Inclusive Learning Resource Centers of Learners with Disabilities in all School Districts, Municipalities and Cities, Providing for Standards, Appropriating Funds Therefor, and For Other Purposes was approved and signed into law...


SLP Friendship Day 2022


Noong ika-anim ng Marso 2022, ang mga estudyante at propesyonal na Speech Language Pathologists (SLP) ay nagtipon-tipon sa Zoom upang ipagbunyi ang taunang SLP Friendship Day.

     Pinag-uusapan sa maikling video na ito kung ano ba ang hearing loss, ang iba’t ibang klase ng hearing loss at ang mga epekto nito sa lenggwahe o kakayahan sa pag-intindi at pagsasalita ng mga bata o indibidwal na may problema sa pandinig... 




Launching the Accessibility Widget

Accessibility is the ease of access to facilities and resources that persons with disabilities need to perform their daily activities and function in society (United Nations, 2006). This is important for speech-language pathologists as we advocate for the rights of persons with communication and swallowing disorders. Our goal is that their quality of life..


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Sari-saring Lenggwahe, Sari-saring Kultura Tungo sa Language Development (International Mother Language Day, 21 Feb 2022)

21 Feb 2022 6:10 PM • AIleen Matalog

  • Sa mahigit 7,600 na mga isla sa Pilipinas, hindi nakapagtatakang mayaman ito sa samu’t saring wika at kultura. Sa katunayan, may tinatayang 180 na lenggwahe sa bansa (Eberhard et al., 2021; Komisyon sa Wikang Filipino, 2016). Ang araw na ito ay isang oportunidad upang mapalawig at mapaunlad pa ang edukasyon at pagkatutong multilinggwal o mas kilala bilang Mother-Tongue Based Multilingual Education (MTB-MLE).

A Word from the Outgoing Officers

23 Dec 2021 4:30 PM • PASP Support Team

  • The 25th of December marks a special celebration which many people await. It has been tagged as the season to be jolly or even the most wonderful time of the year. More importantly, it is a time to exude the spirit of giving and family, to knit people together.

What's Up? It's SLPSAP! (An Interview with the SLPSAP Executive Board)

17 Dec 2021 4:30 PM • PASP Support Team

  • It started with Tugon SLP (speech-language pathology)—a collective movement of SLP students against COVID-19. Carl Lora, a then first-year SLP student who co-founded the initiative, had just envisioned a national organization to unite speech pathology students.




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