How to teach children with ASD social game: Rainbow Leader

Children prerequisite skills:

Kindergarten readiness: Is your child ready for school?

No single factor determines whether a child is ready to start school

Autism ABA training – social games (introduction)

What is social games and how do we teach children with ASD to find social games fun and interesting?

ABA skills – Develop Creative Play Skills – Lego

Does your child have restricted interest in toys, only play with certain toys

Develop Creative Play Skills – Playdoh

Does your child have restricted interest in toys, only play with certain toys

12 Tips on More Effective Parenting

12 Tips on More Effective Parenting

Key elements of successful ABA treatment: Parents Involvement

ABA is a well-known, scientifically proven intervention for increasing functional skills in children with autism or developmental delays
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School setting ABA training – Part 1 – How to get students to raise their hand

Parent’s concern:

My child has difficulties following school instructions. He has troubles with is raising his hand before answering questions from teacher.

Parents Q&A – How to teach children with ASD to follow instruction in class(4)

Hands-on #3: How to increase students’ motivation in listening to teacher’s instruction

Parents Q&A – How to teach children with ASD to follow instruction in class(3)

Hands-on #2: How to increase students’ language and comprehension skills

Parents Q&A – How to teach children with ASD to follow instruction in class(2)

Hands-on #1: How to increase students’ awareness to teacher’s instructions in class:

Parents Q&A – How to teach children with ASD to follow instruction in class(1)


Parent’s concern:

My child would not listen to teacher in class. At home, he can follow instructions but ignore them totally in class.

Parents Q&A – Teach children to self-monitor on their own behavior


Parent’s concern:

We use ABA token economy with child at home, however, he doesn’t understand how to self-monitor himself.

Parents Q&A – How to get your child to eat different food

Parent’s concern:

She only eats things she likes and when she eats anything she hates (green vegetable) she will puke it out.

Parents Q&A – Tantrum-Free Haircut Parent Tips

Parent’s concern:

Every time my son goes to the barber shop, he cries and will not sit on the chair for a second. What should I do?

Parents Q&A – Teaching children to wait

Parent’s concern:

My son is 4 years old and he has difficulties in waiting for anything. When we asked him to wait, he would throw tantrum,

Parents Q&A – ABA – How to correctly apply Token Economy (3)

We will talk about how token economy can be applied in small group setting.

Parents Q&A – ABA – How to correctly apply Token Economy (2)

we will talk about how to use the token to teach children new skills or complete a task.

Parents Q&A – ABA – How to correctly apply Token Economy (1)

Parent’s concern:

Hi, I tried to use the Token Economy to train my son on writing numbers, but he was not following at all.

How to stop a child from asking already-known questions repeatedly?

Parent’s concern:

My child lately asks me lots of questions. For example, when he drinks water, he will ask me 「Do I need to drink water?」

Kasey’s Progress in October 2017 – Little Learners ABA Group Learning

Little Learners ABA Group Learning

A Work in Progress – Kasey’s ABA Training: Staying on Tasks

parents found their child often get distracted

A Work in Progress – Kasey’s 6 months training – Social Skills

et’s take a look at his progress

A Work in Progress – Kasey’s 6 months training – Play Skills

et’s take a look at his progress

KKasey’s 6 months training – Learning How to Learn Skills

Let’s take a look at his progress

Kasey’s 6 months training – A Look at his Language Skills

Let’s take a look at his progress

A Work in Progress – Kasey – Play Ideas

Many children with ASD have limited interest and can be very stubborn

A Work in Progress – Kasey – Reinforcer Development

Is your child with restricted toy and play interest, and you are having a hard time finding new reinforcers? Kasey,

Work in Progress – Kasey – Cool and Not Cool

4 months ago, Kasey had difficulties in paying attention in class, and could not get his work done. Now, Kasey

A Work in Progress – Kasey – Asking 「Who」 Questions

Have you noticed that children with ASD are often awaiting others to ask them questions? Many parents of children with

A Work in Progress – Kasey’s Training Progress – Sequencing Training

Children with ASD often exhibit difficulties in processing information, understanding the concept of time, analyzing a situation and predicting the

A Work in Progress – Kasey’s Progress – Asking 「Where」 Questions

Hi, today we will be sharing the learning progress of Kasey on 「Asking 「Where」 Questions」. The ability to ask questions

A Work in Progress – Kasey’s Toilet training

We will focus on Kasey’s toilet training during these 3 weeks.

A Work in Progress – Kasey’s Progress at AP – (Day 26-30) – Social Group Training

we focus on training Kasey in preparing for group learning sessions.

A Work in Progress – Kasey’s Progress at AP (Day 21 – 25 What, Who, Where)

we will emphasize on teaching Kasey how to comprehend and answer the 3 Wh-questions: What, Who and Where.

A Work in Progress – Kasey’s Progress at AP (Day 21 – 25)

It is Kasey’s 5th week in AP and we have seen a lot of changing.

A Work in Progress – Kasey’s Progress at AP (Day 16 – 20)

Let’s take a look what Kasey can do now in the areas of communication, play and group skills.

A Work in Progress – Kasey’s Progress at AP (Day 11 – 15)

We have covered a lot of programs with Kasey during these first 5 days of therapy sessions.

A Work in Progress – Kasey’s Day 6 – 10 of ABA Therapy at AP

Let’s take a look at the basic assessment we have done with him.

A Work in Progress – Kasey’s First 5 days of therapy

We have covered a lot of programs with Kasey during these first 5 days of therapy sessions.

A Work in Progress – Baseline

Let’s take a look at the basic assessment we have done with him.

A Work in Progress Weekly Blog Video – Introduction

We will startup a program named 「A Work in Progress」 for record the progress of ABA therapy with a boy.

A Work in Progress – Kimi’s Progress in October Kimi

t’s been 10 months since Kimi has first started his ABA training

Kimi’s 6 months ABA training Review– Language/Learning/Play/Social Skills

Kimi’s been having ABA training for 6 months at AP.

A Work in Progress – Kimi Behavioral Management System – TIME IN

What should we do when a child is having behavior problems?

A Work in Progress – Kimi’s Attention Training Program

What is attention? Attention is how long a child can sustain his thought and mind on a specific object

A Work in Progress – Kimi’s Social games

Children with ASD often have difficulties in communicating

A Work in Progress – Kimi’s Routine Training

Kimi is receiving some routine training. Teaching routine tasks,

A Work in Progress – Kimi Behavior Problem – Looking Away (Eye Token)

For some children on the autism spectrum, making eye contact can be a difficult

A Work in Progress – Kimi – Ritualistic Behavior

Children with ASD often exhibit rigidity behaviors

A Work in Progress – Kimi – Pretend Play Skills

Does your child love pretending?

A Work in Progress – Kimi’s Training Progress – Managing Behavior Problems

Behavior problems of children with autistic spectrum disorders are among the most challenging

A Work in Progress – Kimi’s Training Progress – Learn to wait

Today we will be sharing the learning progress of our little friend, Kimi, on his 「Learning to Wait」

A Work in Progress – Kimi’s Language Training

Let us introduce our new AP student, Kimi!

A Work in Progress – Kimi’s Progress at AP – Learning to Learn (Day 6-10)

Hi! Today we will take a close look at Kimi’s early language development.

A Work in Progress – Kimi’s Progress at AP – Baseline

Let us introduce our new AP student, Kimi!