Autism Partnership Foundation
Autism Partnership Foundation (APF), a registered charity body (qualified for the exemption from tax section 88 of the Inland Revenue) in Hong Kong, is committed to making a difference in the life of individuals with autism. Through various fundraising initiatives, APF aims to raise funds to generate public awareness and knowledge about autism. We will also advocate ABA treatment and intervention through community programs of education and research and provide support and help for children with ASD and their families in Asia.
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Founded by Autism Partnership Foundation (APF), AP School is a school designed specifically for the needs of students with autism from 5.5 to 15 years old in Hong Kong.
Registered under the Education Bureau, AP School is located in Kowloon Bay and is equipped with dedicated facilities to ensure students a diversified and pristine learning environment and school life.
AP School provides a bilingual curriculum for students. Individualized Education Plan (IEP) are tailor-made for each student according to their conditions, together with a high teacher-student ratio upon small class teaching. Both academic curriculum and extra-curricular activities adopt Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA) therapy, a scientifically proven approach that aids students to achieve the best possible learning outcomes.
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Autism Link Malaysia
Autism Link Malaysia was established in 2009 to meet the tremendous needs in Malaysia for comprehensive services for children and adolescents with Autism. It is one of the biggest and only centre in Malaysia that has a Board Certified Behaviour Analyst (BCBA) who is physically present at Autism Link centre every other month, to support and supervise each case.
Autism Link Malaysia partnered with Autism Partnership International, Autism Partnership Hong Kong provides regular consultation to Autism Link Malaysia’s staff and students.
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