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Cheuk Cheuk’s First 6 Month’s Progress in Spontaneous Communication
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Cheuk Cheuk’s First 6 Month’s Progress in Spontaneous Communication

Lack of spontaneous communicative initiations appears to be a consistent problem in individuals with ASD. When Cheuk Cheuk first came to AP, he couldn’t communicate with out therapists effectively too. Over the past few months, we have designed different programs for him to learn simple yet important communication skills like, Requesting, Asking questions and Giving […]
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Cheuk Cheuk’s First 6 Month’s Progress in Speech Development

When Cheuk Cheuk first arrived at Autism Partnership, he has a delay in his language. He had difficulties in understanding what others were saying and expressing himself, thus communicating with Cheuk Cheuk wasn’t easy. His imitation skills were relatively weak, he couldn’t imitate body actions or oral motor movements when he was asked to. After […]
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Cheuk Cheuk’s First 6 Month’s Progress in Learning how to Learn

Children with ASD often exhibit behaviors that interfere with the learning process such as not paying attention and not willing to come to the work area. Paying attention and remaining calm to are some samples of “Learning how to learn” skills. These refer to skills that have a pivotal role in teaching students the process […]
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Cheuk Cheuk’s ABA Training Progress – Social Skills – Play Dates

Children with ASD take longer than others to learn social skills. It’s often one of the areas that concerns parents and teachers the most. Usually parents and teachers would target social skills such as sharing, or turn taking first. At AP, we believe that developing social interest towards peers is fundamental, therefore we spend a […]
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Cheuk Cheuk’s ABA Training Progress – Week 13-14

In week 13-14, our training focus remains on improving Cheuk Cheuk’s speech, articulation and building his learning how to learn skills. Many children are not good at waiting, Cheuk Cheuk demonstrated this self-control issue too. Sometimes when the therapist has not yet finished the demonstration or asked Cheuk Cheuk to follow, he will be too […]
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Kimi’s ABA Training Progress – April 2019

Kimi has returned to school since last September. Today AP’s Behavioral Consultant, Stevens, will have a review on Kimi’s school performance with us. Although Kimi soon adapted himself to school life, there’re some areas such as friendliness and organizational skills that Kimi needs to work on. Let’s see how the “Describing” program and “Cool Vs. […]
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Cheuk Cheuk’s ABA Training Progress – Week 11-12

Expressive language refers to a child’s ability to use language to express himself. Expressive language is important because it is the primary way that people communicate their wants, needs, thoughts, and ideas to others. When teaching Expressive Labels, it’s critical to select words that would be motivating to learn (e.g., eat, open, help, no, TV, […]
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Kasey’s ABA Training Progress – April 2019

We know you haven’t seen Kasey for a long time! Kasey has returned to school since last September. We are really glad to see that he has settled well into the school routines, coped well with the academic demands and gained some friendships and enjoyed being with his friends during recesses and lunch time. Recently, […]
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Cheuk Cheuk’s ABA Training Progress – The First Week Baseline: Behavior
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Cheuk Cheuk’s ABA Training Progress – The First Week Baseline: Behavior

Behavior problems of children with ASD such as tantrums, non-compliance, physical aggression and self-injury are major barriers to effective acquisition of other skills. Problem behaviors are among the most challenging issues faced by parents and teachers in their efforts to provide appropriate educational programs. In the first few days, Cheuk Cheuk has also demonstrated behavior […]
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Cheuk Cheuk’s ABA Training Progress – The First Week Baseline: Social
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Cheuk Cheuk’s ABA Training Progress – The First Week Baseline: Social

Difficulties with social skills and social interactions are a hallmark of ASD. Their difficulties with social interaction may manifest in various ways, such as lack of social interests and difficult to interpret non-verbal cues. In this video, Toby will discuss how we evaluate Cheuk Cheuk’s performance in terms of social. Let’s take a look at […]
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Cheuk Cheuk’s ABA Training Progress – The First Week Baseline: Play
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Cheuk Cheuk’s ABA Training Progress – The First Week Baseline: Play

Play skill is often an overlooked area of intervention. Playing toys, games or activities serves as a replacement skill and a vehicle for children to engage with other people socially. In this video, Toby explains how we evaluate Cheuk Cheuk’s performance and the importance of developing sound Play skills. Let’s see how Cheuk Cheuk is […]
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Cheuk Cheuk’s ABA Training Progress – The First Week Baseline: Language and Communication Skills
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Cheuk Cheuk’s ABA Training Progress – The First Week Baseline: Language and Communication Skills

Children with ASD often exhibit difficulties in the learning process of behaviour, social interaction and communication skills. Our new student, Cheuk Cheuk, also exhibits difficulties in various language areas, including spontaneous verbal and non-verbal language and comprehensive skills. In the video, Toby discusses and breakdowns Cheuk Cheuk’s first week performance and his current skill levels […]
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Kasey’s ABA Training Progress – January 2018

Kasey has received ABA training in AP since Nov 2016 and has made steady progress since then. Over the past few weeks, we have been working on various advanced programs such as inferencing and also other programs to enhance his conversational skills and social skills. We’ve also started to teach Kasey to identify others’ Likes […]
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Kimi’s ABA Training Progress – March 2018

Social deficit is one of the diagnostic criteria for ASD, therefore, AP always places a priority on teaching social skills and spends a lot of time to provide systematic, structured and natural programs to develop children’s motivation in interacting with people around them. In the past few weeks, we’ve been working on Kimi’s social skills. […]
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Kimi’s ABA Training Progress – February 2018

Kimi has been doing very well in different learning areas in the past few weeks. He now can smoothly complete complex multi steps instructions, which require him to memorize and retain a lot of given information. He is also having fun in the Doctor role playing and Lego building games. He now can also successfully […]
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Kimi’s ABA Training Progress – January 2018

Kimi has been training with us for more than ONE year. Do you still remember the “Cool or Not Cool” program he has learned previously? In the past weeks, Kimi has fluently applied this skill to real life situations. We used this program to guide him to speak clearly in longer sentences, and also tackle […]
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Kasey’s ABA Training Progress – December 2017

Kasey has been training with us for more than one year, we’re working on some advanced programs with Kasey recently. Understanding emotions and spontaneous use of language to share feels and events are some of our focuses in December. Kasey’s also made huge improvement in Little Learners in terms of his attention and social awareness […]
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Kimi’s ABA Training Progress – December 2017

Kimi has been training with us for almost one year, and he has made significant progress in this journey. AP’s therapists have designed multiple programs to suit Kimi’s needs. In December, we’ve been working on his self-control through rule following tasks, expanding the length of his language by using Cool vs Not Cool program and […]
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Kasey’s ABA Training Progress – October 2017

Kasey has attended our Little Learners for SIX months already! And he’s got impressive improvements in attentiveness and social skills. Let’s check out Kasey’s progress and see how much he enjoyed the class.
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Kimi’s ABA Training Progress – November 2017

Kimi has been receiving training in AP for 11 months! When we first met Kimi, he was not able to use language to express his thought, but now Kimi has made a remarkable improvement! AP has designed various programs to focus on Kimi’s expressive use of language and social skills. He’s now able to use […]
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Kimi’s ABA Training Progress – Ritualistic Behavior

Children with ASD often exhibit rigidity behaviors, including repeated speeches, repeated actions, rigid routines, and stubbornness. Kimi has also exhibited rigidity in class, refusing working with other therapists except Jacky. Let’s take a look at the systematic desensitization programs Ivy has created to overcome the anxiety of Kimi working with different therapists.
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Kasey’s ABA Training Progress – Staying on Task

For children with ASD, parents found their child often get distracted by his/her surroundings, unable to focus on tasks and unable to finish their school work. Some even get complaints from school teachers, saying they are not listening to instructions, not attentive, and can never complete an assignment. For children who cannot stay on tasks, […]
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Kasey’s ABA Training Progress – Multi Step Imitation

Whether summer was relaxing or jam-packed with activities, kids often have a tough time making the back-to-school transition. Many are still in the summer holiday mood and has already forgotten skills and knowledges learnt from the previous terms. While some are doing great at school, some are unable to keep up with the tempo of […]
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Kimi’s ABA Training Progress – Time In

What should we do when a child is having behavior problems? In AP, we use various levels of programs in dealing with child’s behavior issues, and this includes a system called “Time-in”. Notes: “Time-in” is a more advanced program, for children who have good self-awareness skills.
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Kimi’s 6 months training – Social Skills

When first arrived AP, Kimi’s social skills are weak; he could not understand people’s facial expression and gesture, and unable to learn from social activities. Let’s take a look how he is now.
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Kimi’s 6 months training – Play Skills

When first arrived Autism Partnership, Kimi has also exhibited narrowed toy and game interest. He only liked playing with cars and trains, and with very repetitive and simple play format. Let’s take a look at his play skills after 6 months of ABA training in Autism Partnership.