Kasey’s Training Progress
When we first met Kasey, Kasey didn’t have a lot of disruptive behaviors but he was not good at responding and listening to instructions. He was not spontaneous with his language (e.g. not initiating the things he wanted to others).
Kimi’s Training Progress
When we first met Kimi, he was non-verbal (could only make limited sounds) and had limited non-verbal skills. He exhibited some disruptive behaviors and was weak at listening to instructions with poor eye contacts. He was quite rigid and has restricted interests
Cheuk Cheuk’s Training Progress
Cheuk Cheuk was diagnosed with ASD at 2 years and 5 months old. Before receiving ABA intervention, his parents reported that he was non-verbal and could only say “mum mum”. He showed limited non-verbal skills and had minimal eye contact with people.
Mia’s Training Progress
Mia’s parents reported that Mia is non-verbal, and can only make minimal sounds like “mmm” and “eer”. She has limited eye contact with others and is not responsive to social interactions. Mia has some play skills but her interests in play is quite limited.
Paul’s Training Progress
Paul was diagnosed with ASD at 3 years and 5 months old. His mum reported that he exhibits language delay, can only say short simple sentences. He has difficulty in speaking in longer sentences and following 2 steps or more instructions.
Frank’s Training Progress
Frank presents many behaviour problems. He is unable to sustain attention nor focus on tasks at school or at home. Frank also has poor waiting and self-control skills; he will throw tantrum daily, especially when his requests are denied.
Jamie’s Training Progress
Before receiving ABA intervention, his parents shared that he even though he knew some words, he only used his words to communicate very sparingly. He often relied on grabbing their arm or taking them to something he wanted, without making eye contact.