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1 Month Intensive Treatment Beneficiaries 2017-06-22

“I can do it!”

When we first met Yuen, he had a weak pronunciation and poor imitation skills. Our therapists trained his communication skills and also taught him to point with his fingers to address his needs. On top of that, we strengthened his imitation ability through different actions (e.g, putting on socks together). One afternoon, we saw Yuen putting on socks and shoes by himself after the lesson!

“Put What You Have Learnt To Good Use”

If you have a chance to meet Henry, you will be fascinated by his adorable personality. He always comes with a warm smile, we rarely see him lose his temper during the training. On the first day of his training, we discovered that he did not know how to ask questions, such as “What is your name?” and “What is this?” Besides, he was unable to sit nicely and focused on the lesson. Our therapist taught him to initiate a conversation by asking a question. We also trained him to control his body movement and sit still. On the last day of the training, Henry dragged his mother's hand and asked “Can I say goodbye to everyone?” His mother brought him to our office and he said goodbye to us. We said goodbye to him reluctantly and wished him all the best.

“The Little Sniper”

Puk is a lovely little boy. He always has a smile on his face. However, he was not able to control his temper and would yell and cry when he could not get what he wanted. Besides, he could not sit properly for a long time. Our therapist taught him to control his temper and use simple sentences to express himself. One morning, we saw Puk holding a toy gun and focusing on a target smartly. Good Job, our little Sniper! 

“I can sit still and stay attentive in class”

Tak is an energetic boy. He used to jump and run around. Owing to weak concentration ability, he could not sit properly during the training. In addition, he was unable to answer general social questions such as “What are you doing?” Our therapist taught him with a series of cognitive learning tasks to enhance his cognitive ability and attentiveness. He is now not only can sit properly during lessons, but he can also respond to some social questions. Tak's mother was delighted by such improvements.

Acknowledgement: The sponsorship of “UBS Hong Kong Open Charity Cup” and “Friends of Asia Hong Kong”