Students Progress Students Progress The Students’ Progress section showcases the progress made by 3 children (Kasey, Kimi, Cheuk Cheuk, Mia, and Jamie) in Autism Partnership. You will see their first day and the skills they have learnt over many months. Kasey's ABA Training ProgressKasey has been receiving ABA training at Autism Partnership HK since Nov 1, 2016. He was 3 years and 11 months old when he first arrived AP. He was having full day intensive 1 on 1 ABA training and AP’s Little Learners class (Pre-school program).Kimi's ABA Training ProgressKimi has been receiving ABA training at Autism Partnership HK since Jan 1, 2017. He was 2 years and 7 months old when he first arrived AP. He was having full day intensive 1 on 1 ABA training and group sessions.Cheuk Cheuk's ABA Training ProgressCheuk Cheuk has been receiving ABA training at Autism Partnership HK since December 17, 2018. He was 2 years and 6 months old when he first arrived AP. Before receiving intervention, he showed limited speech and responsiveness to others, minimal eye contact with unfamiliar people, and short attention span. Social initiation and peer interest were rare. He is now having full day intensive 1 on 1 ABA training.Mia's ABA Training ProgressMia is currently 2 years and 2 months old. Mia’s parents reported that Mia is non-verbal, and can only make minimal sounds like “mmm” and “eer”. She has limited eye contact with others and is not responsive to social interactions. Mia has some play skills but her interests in play is quite limited.Jamie's ABA Training ProgressJamie has been receiving full day intensive ABA training at AP SG since 2 years and 10 months old (January 2020). Before receiving ABA intervention, his parents shared that he even though he knew some words, he only used his words to communicate very sparingly. He often relied on grabbing their arm or taking them to something he wanted, without making eye contact. Although Jamie was generally able to listen to parents, he would cry and have meltdowns daily, especially when his requests were denied. This was a concern for parents. Jamie only liked playing with his older brother and parents but not his younger sister and peers. He would often push them away and scream when they approach him.Paul's ABA Training ProgressPaul is currently 3 years and 11 month old, now attending K2 (Kindergarten) in Hong Kong. He was diagnosed with ASD at 3 years and 5 months old. His mum reported that he exhibits language delay, can only say short simple sentences.