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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.

2019-01-14 Take a step to make new friends

Taking care of a child with autism requires a lot of patience and understanding. Chun’s mother revealed that she did not know how to help Chun deal with his emotions. She would get angry easily when Chun lost his temper. She is now working hard at controlling her emotions, but she still worries a lot about Chun’s emotions and his social development.
2019-01-08 1 Month Intensive Treatment Beneficiaries

A month has passed. Let us take a look at the stories of these four children.
2019-01-02 Learning Buddies programme stories

The little buddies from the first intake of “Learning Buddies” had graduated. The second batch has started in December. Let us take a look at what happened during training.
2018-12-18 1 Month Intensive Treatment Beneficiaries

4 children have completed their treatment. Let us take a look at their great improvement.
2018-11-05 1 Month Intensive Treatment Beneficiaries

With the help of our therapists, 6 children improved in different areas after one month of intensive treatment.
2018-10-25 Getting Well Equipped to Support Our Children

When Ming was one-and-a-half-year-old, I noticed that he was different from other children. He did not speak and did not make eye contact with people......
2018-08-31 1 Month Intensive Treatment Beneficiaries

Time Flies. Six children have completed their treatment. Let’s take a look at their stories.
2018-08-10 I am not an ambitious mother

Parents often hope their children to be successful and have a bright future, so they usually have high expectations on their children, and arrange various extra-curricular classes for their children apart from their normal school lives. In contrast, a mother whose daughter with autism wish only her daughter Yoyo to make new friends by learning to express herself at her own pace.
2018-08-03 Learning Buddies programme in-class stories

Learning Buddies programme has been launched for a few months, let us see how are the buddies doing!
2018-06-26 There must be a way if you take actions, no matter how smooth or how tough the way is

One said, “All roads lead to Rome”. Teng’s mother could not agree more with this proverb. She further elaborated, “There must be a way if you take actions, no matter how smooth or how tough it is.” Most parents raising children with Autism feel lost about the future, but Teng’s mother is an exception. She is very positive and optimistic that all of us could learn a lesson from her.
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