APSPARKS – Additional 1 Day Flash on 16 April!!!

Don’t forget to enjoy the 83% off on April 16 (Tuesday)!
If you have missed our 1-Day Flash Discount on April 2, do not panic as we will add 1 more day of Flash discount on April 16 to celebrate the Autism Awareness Month! Due to the excellent response to our “World Autism Awareness Day Promotion”, we are excited to announce that we will have another Flash Discount on 16 April! Don’t miss this last chance to get your subscription for only HKD200 (USD25.5)!

Membership Promotion code Discounted price
6 months membership for new users blue2019 HKD900 HKD200
12 months membership for Existing Paid members* Login and check now HKD1188 HKD200

Notes for Existing Paid Members: Newly purchased subscription months will be accumulated and stacked with your existing subscription months. (E.G. existing 3 months left + 12 newly subscribed months = 15 months of subscription)

To support “World Autism Awareness Month” we’d also like to share with you some parts of Mr. Toby Mountjoy’s presentation on “How to Teach Non-verbal Children with ASD to Speak”. Hope you find it inspiring and useful!


APSPARKS, a ABA resource website aims to spark your creativity, and spark your very own unique programming ideas for different children with autism using a more progressive style of ABA.

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Parents Corner and Professional Corner is launched!!!

To provide a more comprehensive ABA platform, Parents Corner and Professional Corner is launched to better navigate you though our APSPARKS website and to assist you in searching for the right ABA resources and information that suit your needs!

Parents Corner – If you're a parent looking for answers.

Here you'll find information (videos and useful tools) on ASD parenting, training skills and school placement of your child.

Professional Corner – If you're looking for information that will help you develop your professional skills.

Here provides a range of resources to assist teachers, school leaders and other education professionals to support students on the autism spectrum in the classroom and other school contexts, and create an ‘autism friendly’ school culture.

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