Autism Treatment – Not All ABA are the Same! What is Progressive ABA?
This is because not all ABA are the same! Some believed that children become “robotic” through ASD teaching methods, and this misconception came from poor quality ABA that is extremely rigid, protocol driven, and adherent to a set of pre-determined rules, regardless of the child. ABA can take a variety of different forms depending upon the technique, approach and skills in implementation by the therapists. Therefore, it is crucial for parents to understand the component of high-quality ABA and the skills a therapist needs to provide high-quality ABA.
Autism Partnership – Providing Effective Services to Individuals with Autism Since 1994 in 14 Cities
APM is a progressive model of ABA, that is highly individualized, child friendly, holistic and focused on “in-the-moment analysis” and “clinical judgement”.
With over 45 years of research and effective clinical practice and with centers located in 14 cities, Autism Partnership provides APM treatment for individuals with ASD. In contrast to conventional ABA, the APM is a highly flexible, yet systematic and compassionate approach meeting the individual needs. Our approach to intervention applies sound teaching principles of learning to help children succeed.
In the upcoming three weeks, our AP behavioral consultants will discuss how APM can help individuals of ASD to learn and thrive in different ages. Topics include how APM is applied to improve children’s learning motivation, behavior problems, language skills and social skills.
See you in the coming Tuesday and Thursday at 1pm! (HK Time, once-off LIVE, no replay to be provided.)
live streaming platform：YouTube
|Date & Time||Topic||Speaker|
|9/11(Tue) 1pm-1:30pm||APM and the Journeys of Children with ASD||Mr. Toby Mountjoy
M.Sc., BCBA, Director
|11/11(Thur) 1pm-1:30pm||Improving Motivation in Learning of Children with ASD||Dr. Raymond Fung
Ed.D, M.S. ABA, BCBA, Training Director
|16/11(Tue) 1pm-1:30pm||Effective Strategies in Dealing with Behavior Problems||
Ms. Kan Wong
M.S. ABA., BCBA
|18/11(Thur) 1pm-1:30pm||Developing language skills in children with ASD at beginning level||
Ms. Teresa Ng
M.S. ABA, BCBA
|23/11(Tue) 1pm-1:30pm||Application of ABA in Group Settings||
Ms. Christy Lai
|25/11(Thur) 1pm-1:30pm||Applying Autism Partnership Method in Primary School||
Dr. Yvonne Cheung
Ed.D, M.S. ABA, BCBA, Behavioral Consultant
|30/11(Tue) 1pm-1:30pm||Autism and Education: preparing for adulthood||
Ms. Abbie Chan