Autism Partnership Online Seminar Series:
How do I teach my child to make requests spontaneously at home?
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.
Online Seminar Details:
|Date & Time:||May 13 (Wed), 2020 10:30 am to 12:00 pm|
|Online Seminar Platform:||Zoom|
|Speaker:||Ms Liling Loh (BA Psy), Program Supervisor|
|Fee:||SGD 36 (inclusive of 7% GST)
📣Register with the promo code during checkout:
🏠“STAYHOME20” – $20 OFF min. purchase of 2 online seminars (until 12 May)
🇸🇬“SGUNITED50” – $50 OFF min. purchase of 4 online seminars (until 19 May)
Once your attendance is confirmed, details will be sent to you by EMAIL
Loh Li Ling
|Loh Li Ling is currently a Program Supervisor at Autism Partnership Singapore. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from James Cook University, Australia.
Having worked at Autism Partnership Singapore since 2014, Li Ling has worked with many children of varied age groups, ranging from 2 to 16 years old in both one-to-one and classroom settings, with an average of 4 to 6 children per group. Her expertise in groups includes teaching children relevant skills required for school; to improve and have the understanding for appropriate social behaviours as well as to develop meaningful affects for one another. She is also a member of the Autism Partnership Singapore Jumpstart team.
Li Ling has also provided shadow-aide support for children in mainstream and international schools to assist and facilitate children to adapt to a school environment. She has conducted social groups, regularly bringing groups of children aged 10 and above on regular outings.
Li Ling also does parent and helper training to guide caregivers on managing their children in the everyday, natural setting.
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.
For more information, contact us at
Follow us to stay updated on the latest events and happenings!
Youtube： Autism Partnership Singapore
Telegram： Special Needs Support Group Chat