Upcoming Online Seminars: 

Pentingnya ‘kesiapan belajar’ untuk anak ASD memasuki usia sekolah

Bagaimana caranya membantu anak untuk beradaptasi dengan baik dan fokus di sekolah? Apa yang menjadi kemampuan utama yang harus anak saya punyai sebelum bersekolah?

Konsultan kami, Ms. Nurhayati Ismail (MSc ABA, BCBA) akan menjawab pertanyaan dan kekhawatiran yang muncul dalam mempersiapkan anak bersekolah

Ikuti forum tanya jawab kami secara GRATIS dan dalam bahasa Indonesia, tanggal 29 Juli (Hari Rabu) untuk menjawab pertanyaan seputar autisma dan kesiapan bersekolah untuk anak autisma.


Past Online Seminars

(Available On-Demand)

Autism Partnership has always been committed to providing information, education, and support to families with children with Autism. Hence, our online seminar series aims to equip parents, educators, and related professionals working with young children, the necessary skills when coping with problems that arise from autism.

For those who have missed the opportunity to join our live seminars in May and June, we are excited to share that our recorded online seminars series in May and June, are now available on demand!

The series of online seminars explore relevant topics that include: behavior management, language skills, play skills, learning-how-to-learn, self-help, and compliance. This 60-80 mins didactic lecture is suitable for all parents, caregivers, and educators of children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).

After purchasing the online seminar, you can watch on-demand at your own schedule’s convenience for up to 7 days upon purchase.

Topic: How do I manage my child’s behaviors at home?

Speaker: Ms Edith Kho(BSc Psy), Senior Case Supervisor
Online broadcast price: SGD$20 (Unlimited viewing within 7 days)
Duration: 75 minutes

Managing the behaviors of your child with autism can be challenging especially when they exhibit different behaviors. These can range from acting out behaviors such as tantrums, aggression to self or others, or passive behaviors like engaging in self-stimulation and inattention. If behaviors are not managed appropriately, it can be challenging for you as a parent or caregiver to get your child to listen to you. This can affect a child’s learning and development. In order to address these challenges, we first need to understand why these behaviors occur.

In this online seminar, we will share ways of how we can proactively address these behaviors by teaching our child possible replacement skills that can help them to listen at home.


Topic: How do I teach my child to make requests spontaneously at home?

Speaker: Ms Liling Loh (BA Psy), Program Supervisor
Online broadcast price: SGD$20 (Unlimited viewing within 7 days)
Duration: 60 minutes

Many children with Autism may face difficulties in requesting what they want or what they like to do. This may be challenging and frustrating for parents and caregivers at home as they often have to anticipate and guess their child’s needs. Parents and caregivers may also find their child to be quiet and passive, and may sometimes feel frustrated as they repetitively ask them questions, hoping for them to make requests.

To encourage your child to make requests spontaneously, parents and caregivers can create opportunities for your child to initiate communication. This is known as “Communication Temptations”.

In this talk, we will share tips on how to encourage your child to make requests at home.

Topic: How do I motivate my child to learn at home?

Speaker: Ms Sarah Sotiriou BSc Bio Sci (Hons in Psy), Case Supervisor
Online broadcast price: SGD$20 (Unlimited viewing within 7 days)
Duration: 80 minutes

Children with autism often have limited interests. Trying to teach them a new skill can be quite challenging if the child is not motivated to learn. However, whatever the goal is, it is important to make sure that your child is ready to learn. That starts with ensuring that they are motivated. Their motivation can come in various forms such as toys, various activities such as art and craft and music and even outings. These are known as Reinforcements. In order to have an effective training process, it is important to have some powerful reinforcers ready before we start teaching.

In this talk, we will share some helpful tips to guide you to choose the right reinforcers.

Topic: How do I teach my child “Learning How to Learn” skills?

Speaker: Ms. Nurhayati Ismail (MSc ABA, BCBA),Behavior Consultant
Online broadcast price: SGD$20 (Unlimited viewing within 7 days)
Duration: 80 minutes

Acquiring “learning how to learn” skills is absolutely pivotal in a child’s success. It is teaching children the process of learning. It is the foundation skills necessary for them to acquire all other skills. Often when a child is struggling in learning beginning or even advanced skills it is often because the child is deficient in this area. Learning how to understand feedback, remaining calm, and paying attention are just a few of the skills that are critical to accelerate the learning process.

In this talk, we will share tips on how to develop “learning how to learn” skills for your child.

Topic: How do I teach my child self-help skills at home?

Speaker: Ms. Reshani Satharasinghe (MSc ABA, BCBA), Behavior Consultant
Online broadcast price: SGD$20 (Unlimited viewing within 7 days)
Duration: 70 minutes

As parents, we all want the best for our children. The common goal we work towards is to enable them to be independent in taking care of themselves at home or in school. Self-help skills are critical for independence and autonomy.

In this talk, we will share basic techniques to help you teach your child different self-help skills such as wearing a shirt, washing hands, brushing teeth, eating a meal, etc.


Topic: How do I increase my child’s compliance at home?

Speaker: Ms. Reshani Satharasinghe (MSc ABA, BCBA), Behavior Consultant
Online broadcast price: SGD$20 (Unlimited viewing within 7 days)
Duration: 60 minutes

A common problem among children with Autism is failing to listen and comply with instructions given by their parents or caregivers at home. This is known as non-compliance. Non-compliance is when an individual does not or refuses to follow directions or guidance from someone else. Non-compliance can be passive, for example, not following instructions, or active, for example, whining and crying or becoming aggressive or self-injurious.

It may be helpful to know that non-compliance can be deliberate, but at times, may also result from a lack of knowledge or motivation.

In this talk, we will share tips on how to increase compliance at home.

About Autism Partnership (AP):

Autism Partnership (AP) is one of the largest and most established Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA) service providers for Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) in the world. Formed in 1994 in the United States, AP is run by professional clinicians and specializes in providing one-on-one therapy, group interventions and overseas consultation for children with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) and their families. We also provide customized school-based training and social groups to meet the different needs of schools in the region.

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Email: workshops@autismpartnershipsg.com
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