1:1 ABA Treatment Progress | Our Student's ABA Therapy Progress | Puneeth - Autism Partnership Singapore

Follow Puneeth's ABA Journey:

Puneeth started ABA intervention at AP Singapore at the age of 3 years 3 months. Before ABA intervention, Puneeth’s attention was short and fleeting. He could not sustain sitting down for long, making learning difficult. His eye contact was also minimal, and he would either gesture or talk to himself without directing it to others. 

As he was not communicating, he often did not get what he wanted. He would often bang his head, cry and scream, and throw a big tantrum when denied or when his toys were taken away, which is a considerable concern for his parents. 

This series explores programs designed to help Puneeth reach his goals.

Introducing Puneeth...

📋 Puneeth's Baseline vs. 8 Months of ABA Treatment

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When Puneeth started, he had limited tolerance in waiting, denials, social and play skills. Communication to him was mainly pulling, grabbing, and crying when he was confused or when things did not go his way. In this video, our Senior Case Supervisor, Ms. Loh Li Ling (BA Psy), shares Puneeth’s baseline and challenges and progress after eight months of intervention at AP Singapore.

Eight months into his ABA journey, Puneeth has built tolerance and enjoys more social contact with his teachers and peers. He can also sustain attention in listening and attending to the class. Additionally, Puneeth can now communicate in simple sentences to express his needs instead of crying or throwing a tantrum.

🧸 WFH? Ways to keep your child occupied and encourage Independent Play

Part 1: Preparation & Set-Up

Part 2: Strategies

For parents working from home, balancing work and parenting can be challenging. An excellent way to ensure that your child remains engaged while you work is through ‘Independent Play’.Independent Play can promote independence, reduce self-stimulatory behaviors, and engage your child meaningfully, allowing you to focus on your work or meetings.

In this episode, our Senior Case Supervisor, Ms. Loh Li Ling, shares how you can prepare and set up for independent play (Part 1) and ways to encourage independent play for your child (Part 2).

🗣 Communication: Equipping children with ASD with the language to express themselves

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Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) often have communication difficulties. Not being able to communicate their needs and wants can be frustrating. Often, this causes children with ASD to cry or fuss or engage in other behaviors which can be inappropriate or challenging.In this video, our Senior Case Supervisor, Ms. Loh Li Ling, shares ways to teach your child language as a replacement behavior. This way, your child will be able to express themselves and their needs and wants better.

🗣 Communication: How can I encourage my child with ASD to respond to his name?

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It is common for parents to encounter situations where their child does not respond to their name. Having the ability to respond to their name can be helpful for children with autism in different situations, including learning self-help skills and independence, as well as increasing social opportunities.In this video, we share possible reasons why this is happening and ways to encourage your child to respond to his or her name.

To get you started, we provide a free consultation for you to meet with our Behavior Consultant.

During this online meeting, you can share your concerns with us and based on the discussion, our Behavior Consultant will be able to offer recommendations on the next steps to be taken.
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