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Listening to Those Who Matter Most, the Beneficiaries

With the support of donors since 2007, Autism Partnership Foundation has been fulfilling a mission of supporting individuals with autism and helping them in achieving the greatest degree of independence and highest quality of life possible.

You can read the remarkable stories of the beneficiaries from our services.

2022-10-26 Aspire Henry Sharing

Aspire Henry Sharing
2022-10-26 APF Learning Buddies Parent Sharing

APF Learning Buddies Parent Sharing
2022-10-26 APF Services Parent Sharing

APF Services Parent Sharing
2022-10-25 Early intervention helps children with ASD contribute to society

The mother is the only person to take care Yat Shik, her son who has been diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Regardless of the struggles and dilemmas, the mother was forced to face, she was hustled to seek all the possible ways to turn the table for Yat Shik. She understands that her effort is not enough to promote her son to integrate into society beyond professional support.
2022-09-08 The Story of Fung: From loner to team player

A celebration party is supposed to be full of joy. However, Fung caused his mother to feel heartbroken at the party. Fung hid in a corner to clean up while all the other children were having fun aside. “It hurt me. He was not good at joining others and what he did was meaningless. But we were fortunate to join the “Learning Buddies” service programme, which has helped Fung not to isolate himself from people any longer,” said Fung’s mother.
2022-08-18 A right method can make a big improvement!

As schools start soon, most parents are excited for their children to prepare for the new school year, whereas Chung’s mother only felt tension and anxiety a year ago. Chung was diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), whose behavioural problems impactfully hindered his studies, which made his mother feel helpless.
2022-08-09 Manage expectation & move forward: Treatment ain’t magic

No parents could ever afford their children to hurt themselves.
2022-07-12 1 Month Intensive Treatment Beneficiaries

All the five children had significant improvement after receiving a month of intensive treatment. Some of them developed new interests, while the others moved a step forward to try out new things.
2022-05-20 Can a shy boy change his personality?

Kyle had always been shy and quiet, never talked to strangers, until he joined the “Learning Buddies” programme, something happened…
2022-05-10 My son finally got his first hair cut at hair salon after treatment

Some children with autism are sensitive to sounds. Kwan was reluctant to the sound of hair cutting and could not have a proper haircut at a hair salon. After receiving Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA) treatment, Kwan finally had his first hair cut at a hair salon!