APM Educational Project – Case Sharing#2: Paul

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Paul 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. He has difficulty in speaking in longer sentences and following 2 steps or more instructions.
Paul presents several behaviour problems. He is unable to sustain attention nor focus on tasks at school or at home. Although Paul is generally able to listen to parents, he will cry and throw tantrum daily, especially when his requests are denied. He also has eating problem, requiring 6 hours to complete a meal.

Paul’s Baseline

Parents’ Concern – Language Delay, Behavior Problems and Attention Difficulties

Paul’s 5 Day APM Training Progress(Part 1 – Learning How to Learn)

Paul’s 5 Day APM Training Progress (Part 2 – Language and Social)

Parent Sharing – When I thought he could never do but he did!

APM Educational Project – Empowering parents to manage behavioural issues of their child with autism

Disclosure Statement of Paul’s mom

Paul’s mother was invited to present their perspective as an educational opportunity for addressing the awareness of ASD and importance of early-intervention. Paul is a past client of Autism Partnership Hong Kong.

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