OUR METHOD AND APPROACH (ABA)

At Autism Partnership (AP), we adopt our very own unique style of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA). Our approach is child-centered and naturalistic.

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TESTIMONIAL

Xander’s progress thus far is due entirely to the solid programme you have at AP, and dedication and commitment of his therapists and supervisors. This little boy of ours is a puzzle, a work-in-progress, we are excited to see what he has in store for us. Please keep up the good work!”

Mr and Mrs Lim (Xander’s parents)

After a month and half of therapy, the changes in Chris’s behavior were palpable. He was starting to make eye contact, was not obsessed with round toys anymore, and was spending lesser time drifting into emptiness.

Chris’s Parents (Chris started therapy with AP at 22 months.)

We were fortunate to have been guided towards ABA therapy. During the 8 months of therapy with AP, we saw the building blocks of development being created right before us and Hugo’s engagement and communication all showed tremendous improvement.

Julian and Sow Fun (Hugo’s parents)

After our consultation with AP Singapore and doing the Jumpstart Program, we have seen such progress in Kayleen’s verbal and non-verbal skills. Their staff are really friendly and they’ve been trained very well and are dedicated to their kids.

Lina (Kayleen’s mother) from Manado, Indonesia

After a month and half of therapy, the changes in Chris’s behavior were palpable. He was starting to make eye contact, was not obsessed with round toys anymore, and was spending lesser time drifting into emptiness.

Chris’s Parents (Chris started therapy with AP at 22 months.)