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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.

2020-03-11 1 Month Intensive Treatment Beneficiaries

A month has passed. With the guidance of our therapists, everyone has improved a lot.
2020-02-21 “My daughter is teachable!”

Parents who take care of children with autism are generally under tremendous pressure. They usually have very little personal time and ignore their health and needs. Reina’s mother is a single mother. She had been exhausted from taking care of Reina alone and developed mental illnesses.
2020-01-30 Learning Buddies programme stories

In the past 6 months, our therapists have arranged different kinds of games and activities for the little buddies to improve their social skills. Buddies enjoyed the class and have made progress.
2020-01-21 1 Month Intensive Treatment Beneficiaries

One month passed surprisingly quickly. Children made great progress. Let us read their training stories!
2020-01-17 “I believe ABA is the most effective way to handle Ming’s behavioural problems!”

Children with autism are usually rigid and picky about food. It is difficult for parents to prepare meals for them. Ming’s mother had been frustrated by Ming’s picky eating problems.
2019-11-04 1 Month Intensive Treatment Beneficiaries

After one-month training, children’s language and communication skills significantly improved. Let us read their stories together!
2019-10-15 A mother’s love conquers all

Taking care of children with autism is not easy. If there is no support and understanding from the people around, how many parents can persist?
2019-09-18 1 Month Intensive Treatment Beneficiaries

A month has passed. Some children completed their treatment. Let us appreciate their progress!
2019-08-29 The couple support each other and strive for early training for their son

During the period of Sum’s training at APF, Sum’s father brought Sum to APF and then went to work. Sum was then picked up by his mother after training. Sum’s parents had a clear plan about Sum’s training and worked together to take good care of their son. They felt exhausted sometimes, but they did not give up because they believed early intervention was extremely important to Sum’s development.
2019-08-23 1 Month Intensive Treatment Beneficiaries

After a month of training, children have improved in different areas. Let’s look at their progress!