ASD Workshop on ZOOM
APM – The Progressive Behavior Treatment to Autism Since 1994
The Autism Partnership method (APM) is an evidence-based approach that has evolved since 1994. It is a highly flexible, naturalistic, systematic approach and is employed as an early intensive approach to autism.
In this ZOOM live-streaming talk, Mr. Toby Mountjoy (MSc, BCBA, AP Director) will share with audience how APM is used to teach language and communication, behavioral replacement skills, learning how to learn and many other critical areas that are essential for children with autism. Numerous videos of intervention will be shown as well as some journeys of individual children to see their beginning and end.
In addition, Lisa, a parent with a child with autism, will share her insights and journey of going through the APM program.
Features of this talk
Explore the method and approach of AP and treatment outcomes of our students.
Case sharing of AP students
Journey sharing from a parent of a child with ASD
Q&A session – with the speaker and the parent
|Date:||February 26, 2022 (Sat)|
|Time:||9AM-12NN (Cantonese); 1PM-4PM (English)|
|Capacity:||max. 100 audiences|
|Audience:||Parents of child with ASD or developmental delay or with difficulties on language, social skills and behavioral issues|
|Fee:||Free of charge|