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Use ABA-VB Therapy to Help Your Child

ABA-VB is proven to be a highly effective approach as an effective form of autism treatment. Our dynamic ABA-VB therapy reinforces communication skills, motivates children with autism to learn language by developing a connection between a word and its meaning, and helps them to pick up speech and appropriate behavior more quickly.

Since 2005, our autism Hong Kong center has provided therapy to over a thousand children with ASD in Hong Kong, SG, and ID. Our Program Supervisors have been providing hands-on, one to one therapy to children with autism for over 20 years, and our therapists are all regularly and directly trained by Dr. James Partington, Ph.D., BCBA-D.
Prepare your child for mainstream schooling and pave the way for his/her future. Children in our autism treatment Hong Kong programs have a very significant rate of recovery and mainstreaming in Asia. Most of the children in our programs can speak within one year, and have obtained adequate social and academic skills for mainstream schooling.

Early Intervention Is Key To Success

Early intervention prevents the learning of problematic behaviours. Our comprehensive and dynamic ASD Hong Kong programs, under the on-site supervision of our BCBA supervisor, will jumpstart your child’s development of social and academic skills. Please contact us and start therapy for your child with Autism Spectrum Disorder in Hong Kong today.

Use ABA-VB Therapy To Help Your Child

ABA-VB is proven to be a highly effective approach as an effective form of autism treatment. Our dynamic ABA-VB therapy reinforces communication skills, motivates children with autism to learn language by developing a connection between a word and its meaning, and helps them to pick up speech and appropriate behavior more quickly.

Insist On Only The Best Autism Treatment

Since 2005, our autism Hong Kong center has provided therapy to over a thousand children with ASD in Hong Kong, SG, and ID. Our Program Supervisors have been providing hands-on, one to one therapy to children with autism for over 20 years, and our therapists are all regularly and directly trained by Dr. James Partington, Ph.D., BCBA-D.

Prepare Children With Autism For Mainstreaming

Prepare your child for mainstream schooling and pave the way for his/her future. Children in our autism treatment Hong Kong programs have a very significant rate of recovery and mainstreaming in Asia. Most of the children in our programs can speak within one year, and have obtained adequate social and academic skills for mainstream schooling.

Early Intervention Is Key To Success

Early intervention prevents the learning of problematic behaviours. Our comprehensive and dynamic ASD Hong Kong programs, under the on-site supervision of our BCBA supervisor, will jumpstart your child’s development of social and academic skills. Please contact us and start therapy for your child with Autism Spectrum Disorder in Hong Kong today.

PREVALENCE OF AUTISM IN HONG KONG

Certain countries are seeing an increasing prevalence of the individuals with autism, also known as autism spectrum disorder (ASD), causing impairments in social communication, intelligence, sensory processing, and language in children.

Autism in Hong Kong is more common than one may think. About 1 in 27 people have autism spectrum disorder in Hong Kong. What is more important to note is the disorder affects boys much more than girls, the reason behind which has intrigued researchers around the globe. Prolonged exposure of infants and young children to lead, mercury, arsenic, and other industrial toxins in the environment, as well as their diets, has been linked to the rising prevalence of autism in Hong Kong and Mainland China.

 

The good news is that children with ASD in Hong Kong can get the treatment they require in order to function to their greatest potential throughout their lives. At Autism Recovery Network, we have created a holistic autism treatment in Hong Kong with the help of expert psychologists and behavioral therapists. One of the most effective treatments for autism spectrum disorder in Hong Kong now is Applied Behavior Analysis – Verbal Behavior.

Applied Behavior Analysis – Verbal Behavior (ABA-VB), focuses on teaching the different functions of language, and is proven to be a highly effective approach in autism treatment in Hong Kong, and even worldwide. 

Our holistic ABA-VB therapy reinforces communication skills, motivates children with autism to learn, and use language by maintaining desirable social behaviours, develop play skills and learn to become flexible to changes. Our autism Hong Kong therapists also use ABA-VB strategies to reduce unwanted behaviors and to increase desirable ones by using different forms of reinforcements like praise and preferred items and activities of the child with autism.

PREPARING CHILDREN WITH AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDER IN HONG KONG

Children with autism often have a high degree of sensitivity, which can cause anxiety and stress in response to certain stimuli in their environment. The underlying stress can be heavy for them to deal with, which can trigger challenging behaviors associated with autism, like impulsivity and engaging to tantrums which can be difficult to control, leading to dysfunctionalities in crucial areas of life in the future if the necessary support is not offered in the initial stage.

Our ABA-VB therapy at Autism Recovery Network is designed to help children with ASD in Hong Kong to build strong functional skills, such as communication and social skills, play skills, self-regulation, and many more. Our ASD Hong Kong therapists seek to make daily life easier for children with autism and their families by helping them work on their social interactions, regulate their emotions, communicate their needs and wants, and inculcate positive behaviors.

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Learning About Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)

Autism Spectrum Disorder is a pervasive developmental disorder developed during early childhood. It can be identified by a triad of difficulties in communication, social interaction, and rigid behavior, interests and activities. Autism can affect kids even if they are really smart, and even if they have an outgoing personality. Autistic children may also have other special needs such as ADHD and dyslexia that must also be addressed.

Depending on the severity of their symptoms, a child with autism may be described as ‘high’ or ‘low’ functioning. The low functioning children may throw temper tantrums or behave in a socially inappropriate manner. High functioning children can manage their own behavior, however, they may find themselves unable to make friends or being the target of school bullies. As adults, they may have difficulties holding on to their jobs due to their weak social skills.

Autism is not caused by a shy personality, poor parenting or childhood trauma. It is a handicap that almost researchers agree has a genetic cause. Children with autism encounter various difficulties in their daily life because they could not do the “simple” things that we take for granted, and not because they are shy or attention seeking. One simple test to see if the child has autism is to see if he or she spontaneously points at objects to share experiences, for instance, showing a beautiful butterfly to parents. Children with autism are very unlikely to do so, and they will only point at objects to make requests (e.g. asking for food). Children who do share their experiences are unlikely to have autism.

Many parents have the misconception that if their child does not speak at an appropriate age, a speech therapist and lots of speech therapy will be able to solve the problem. However, speech delays and difficulties may just be a syndrome of deeper problems.

If the child exhibits the early signs of autism [see below], he or she is likely to have autism. Children with autism will need more help than what a speech therapist or language therapy can provide, because they not only have difficulty with speech and language, but also with socializing, decision making and controlling their own behavior.

It is important to seek help for the autistic child as soon as possible, as early intervention can help solve many issues before they worsen. Many children are also able to recover from autism. If not, they may still be able to enter a mainstream school.

We offer an initial assessment if you wish to find out if your child needs help. Our team of qualified Program Supervisors and therapists also offer many services that can help prepare autistic children for mainstream schooling, and offer them the best chances at recovery using our evidence-based advanced ABA-VB therapy.

In order to detect symptoms as early as possible, parents can pay close attention to how well their child is meeting developmental milestones. If the child misses a few milestones by a few weeks, it is not an issue. However, if he consistently misses milestones, then parents are advised to seek professional advice.

Newborn: The baby will spend most of his time sleep and feeding. He will only be able to see things very near to him – around 25cm / 10 inches. Try sticking out your tongue from that optimal distance and see if the baby copies you.

1 Month: The baby starts making cooing and gurgling sounds when he sees you.

2 Months: The baby starts smiling and spends a lot of time gazing at faces. Parents could help encourage the baby to make eye contact with them as much as possible. They can look at the baby whenever they are talking to him/her.

3 Months: The baby starts lifting his head high without wobbling when held upright. He will also be able to turn his head from side to side. The baby also starts babbling. Parents can start encouraging babies to develop language skills by talking, singing and making sounds to him throughout the day.

4 Months: When placed on the floor on his tummy, the baby can turn over onto his back. The baby starts paying close attention to sounds and faces. He starts responding with smiles and laughter to funny expressions and faces.

5 Months: The baby starts recognizing the caregivers and showing affection with hugs and kisses. He can hold up his arms when he wants to be picked up. He also starts responding to his name. He also learns to ignore familiar sounds and respond strongly to new sounds.

6 Months: The baby starts being able to roll over from back to the front when placed on the floor. The baby starts exploring a wide variety of different sounds.

7 Months: The baby gets better at fine motor skills such as grasping and manipulating objects with his fingers, and using his lips and tongue to feel objects. He can transfer an object from one hand to the other easily. He learns to drink from a two-handled cup by herself and clap his hands with some external help. He finds peek-a-boo games fascinating as he understands that objects still exist even if he cannot see, feel or hear them.

8 Months: The baby starts crawling and can pull himself to a standing position while holding on to furniture. He also learns to use his thumb and first two fingers to pick up objects, which he can put to good use for feeding himself. He can express himself such as by pointing to objects and waving to people when they are leaving. He responds to the moods of the people around him, for instance, crying when other babies are crying too.

9 Months: The baby’s babbling sounds more like real words. He starts exhibiting separation anxiety by clinging to caretakers and hiding from unfamiliar people. He also starts to play passing games such as by giving toys and taking them back. He can also walk upright by holding on to furniture.

10 Months: The baby will be able to crawl well on his hands and knees. He starts repeating sounds, making gestures to get attention and asserting his own preferences. By now, his gaze should be consistent and predictable. He now demonstrates that he shares the same focus and attention as another person – he smiles at an interesting object and then looks at a social partner while maintaining that smile, as if anticipating that the partner will be gazing at him. [Joint attention is a major developmental milestone. Research has shown that babies who do not achieve this are at risk of developing autism.]

11 Months: The baby now understands some simple language. He can follow simple instructions but can also choose to ignore them. He can hold out his limbs to facilitate being dressed. He can walk while gripping another person’s hand.

12 Months: The baby begins to have more two-way communications with her new language and social skills. He has perfected his fine motor skills and can easily grab or toss objects.

In summary, infants and toddlers who may have autism will usually not:

  1. Follow objects visually
  2. Follow gestures of other people who are pointing at things
  3. Make eye contact (e.g. look at the people feeding them)
  4. Respond to familiar voices and own name
  5. Imitate facial expressions, such as smiling back when seeing other people smiling at them
  6. Use gestures such as waving at other people and pointing at objects of interest
  7. Make noises to get other people’s attention
  8. Respond to cuddling or play invitations
  9. Initiate hugs or reach out to be picked up
  10. Make requests such as asking for help

A useful point to remember is that children with autism are especially weak with joint attention. This means that they are not able to spontaneously notice what other people around them are noticing, and share the same focus as these people.

For instance, a typical child may initiate communication by looking at his mother. As his mother’s gaze meets his, he then points at a beautiful butterfly. His mother then looks at the butterfly. Then she makes eye contact with him again. Both of them then smile at each other to acknowledge their understanding.

In contrast, children with autism point at objects to make requests (e.g. asking for food). These children do not automatically make eye contact or acknowledge the existence of other people, and give the impression that they are living in a world of their own.

Certain countries are seeing an increasing prevalence of the individuals with autism, also known as autism spectrum disorder (ASD), causing impairments in social communication, intelligence, sensory processing, and language in children.

Autism in Hong Kong is more common than one may think. About 1 in 27 people have autism spectrum disorder in Hong Kong. What is more important to note is the disorder affects boys much more than girls, the reason behind which has intrigued researchers around the globe. Prolonged exposure of infants and young children to lead, mercury, arsenic, and other industrial toxins in the environment, as well as their diets, has been linked to the rising prevalence of autism in Hong Kong and Mainland China.

The good news is that children with ASD in Hong Kong can get the treatment they require in order to function to their greatest potential throughout their lives. At Autism Recovery Network, we have created a holistic autism treatment in Hong Kong with the help of expert psychologists and behavioral therapists. One of the most effective treatments for autism spectrum disorder in Hong Kong now is Applied Behavior Analysis – Verbal Behavior.

Applied Behavior Analysis – Verbal Behavior (ABA-VB), focuses on teaching the different functions of language, and is proven to be a highly effective approach in autism treatment in Hong Kong, and even worldwide. 

Our holistic ABA-VB therapy reinforces communication skills, motivates children with autism to learn, and use language by maintaining desirable social behaviours, develop play skills and learn to become flexible to changes. Our autism Hong Kong therapists also use ABA-VB strategies to reduce unwanted behaviors and to increase desirable ones by using different forms of reinforcements like praise and preferred items and activities of the child with autism.

Treating for Autism

Since our foundation in 2005, Autism Recovery Network is the only certified ABA-VB therapy provider and the most awarded center in Asia. Many children with autism in Hong Kong often need additional learning support and resources aside from what they get from school. Our autism Hong Kong centre is here to prepare your children for mainstream schooling and pave the way for their future.

Other than our ABA-VB therapy for children, we also provide professional advice and training for parents and teachers to teach children with autism effectively. Children in our center that have ASD in Hong Kong have a very significant rate of recovery and mainstreaming. Most of the children in our ASD Hong Kong programs can speak within one year, and have obtained adequate social and academic skills for mainstream schooling.

When it comes to autism treatment in Hong Kong, our Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) combined with Verbal Behavior (VB) stands out from traditional methods to address the needs of your child with autism spectrum disorder in Hong Kong. Our ABA-VB specialists understand the motivating factors that affect the child with autism’s learning and behavior, this our teaching is focused on maintaining their motivation while learning, working on the child’s strength and to teach the child as many skills as we can. Our goal is for the child with autism to use the language that he/she learns across different settings, people and situations. Our approach to autism treatment in Hong Kong fills the gaps from a traditional ABA approach by making the learning process more dynamic and flexible for children with autism spectrum disorder in Hong Kong.

Children with autism often have a high degree of sensitivity, which can cause anxiety and stress in response to certain stimuli in their environment. The underlying stress can be heavy for them to deal with, which can trigger challenging behaviors associated with autism, like impulsivity and engaging to tantrums which can be difficult to control, leading to dysfunctionalities in crucial areas of life in the future if the necessary support is not offered in the initial stage.

Our ABA-VB therapy at Autism Recovery Network is designed to help children with ASD in Hong Kong to build strong functional skills, such as communication and social skills, play skills, self-regulation, and many more. Our ASD Hong Kong therapists seek to make daily life easier for children with autism and their families by helping them work on their social interactions, regulate their emotions, communicate their needs and wants, and inculcate positive behaviors.

The focus of our autism treatment in Hong Kong is to help your child open up to the world around them. Children with autism face a tough time talking to other people — something that our therapists understand greatly. We follow the principles of ABA to help your child with autism communicate and interact with their environment without getting overwhelmed. We strive to incorporate components in our autism Hong Kong therapy that set it apart from traditional approaches.

In our therapy at Autism Recovery Network, we maintain an interactive environment where children with autism can learn and enjoy. The VB component of the ASD Hong Kong therapy aims to demonstrate to your child the value of using words in their daily communication. The approach proves sensible when it’s observed that the initial language of children serves their need to get something from someone.

Our assessment process for ABA-VB therapy for autism treatment in Hong Kong involves the following steps:

  1. Observing and identifying behaviors that the child with autism is engaged in.
  2. Testing and identifying existing skills to teach.
  3. Setting well-defined goals and learning outcomes.
  4. Determining a data measurement and recording method.
  5. Developing and following a treatment plan to help the child with autism acquire new skills.

We help in the development of the important basic skills of requesting for what they need, motor imitation skills which helps to strengthen sustained focused attention skill and receptive discrimination, to develop understanding of language.

Then gradually, we introduce crucial aspects of linguistics.

  • Non-verbal instructions through receptive repertoire.
  • Verbal responding to people’s speech through intraverbal communication.
  • Naming, labelling, and describing objects using tact.
  • Repetition of people’s speech and imitating observed behavior.
  • Reading and writing skills using textual and transcriptive tools.

One of the most striking aspects that set our therapy at Autism Recovery Network apart from traditional ABA is certainly our approach. The process we follow seeks to go beyond helping children with autism memorise definitions of words. Our therapy in treating autism spectrum disorder in Hong Kong is more result-driven, in the sense that we help children with autism truly understand and feel the meaning of words so that they can use them in their daily communication more effectively. With time, practice and patience, our ASD Hong Kong therapy can lead to the gradual waning of autistic symptoms, and help children become an active part of the mainstream educational system.

Early intervention with ASD in Hong Kong prevents the learning of problematic behaviors. Studies showed that children with autism who start their early intervention between the ages of 2 and 5 have significant improvements over those that start at 7 and later. Our comprehensive and dynamic programs in treating autism, under the on-site supervision of our BCBA Supervisor, will jumpstart your child’s development of social and academic skills. Please contact us and start therapy for children with ASD in Hong Kong today.

In reality, ASD in Hong Kong is quite prevalent and we wish to extend our helping hands to as many children with autism as possible. Our belief at Autism Recovery Network is that every child on this planet is different and children with autism are actually born with a different set of abilities and strengths than most. We intervene to bring this to the knowledge of parents and caregivers so that children with autism in Hong Kong get the support they need in order to flourish into well-rounded adults. Everyone on our team is of the firm opinion that autism can be treated with the right recovery programs and learning opportunities that maximize children’s potential.

When it comes to autism treatment in Hong Kong, our ABA-VB therapy targets not just children with autism spectrum disorder in Hong Kong, but also their parents and caregivers. We seek to create a holistic process that focuses on the all-around growth and development of children with autism spectrum disorder in Hong Kong. To maximize the results of our autism therapy sessions, we encourage parents, caregivers, and family members to participate in the process. We ensure we equip you with the necessary knowledge of ABA principles so that you can monitor how your child with autism is performing in settings outside ours.

ABOUT OUR ASD HONG KONG THERAPY - FAQS:

The exact cause behind children having autism still remains unknown. Research suggests that autism develops from a combination of different factors such as genetics, nongenetic, or environmental influences.

So far, no medical cure for autism has come out. The mainstay of intervention for ASD in Hong Kong and many other countries have been educational and behavioral training to reduce dysfunctional symptoms of the disorder. The goal of these programs is to enable children with autism in Hong Kong to improve communication and social skills with continual guidance and parental support.

While there is no available medical cure for ASD in Hong Kong, some medications are seen to keep certain symptoms of the disorder in check. A doctor may prescribe medications to control self-harming behavior, aggression, anxiety, compulsiveness, mood swings, inattention, hyperactivity, sleep problems, and stereotypes. Reducing these symptoms and behaviors can greatly help in getting the maximum results from professional interventions for autism spectrum disorder in Hong Kong.

Treatment of autism in Hong Kong takes into account the following 3 factors:

  • Crafting tailor-made training strategies to cater to the individual learning needs of children with autism, such as language, communication, emotional regulation, social and play skills.
  • Early interventions by a behavior specialist using different treatment modalities to achieve effective learning outcomes at each stage of autism recovery.
  • Encouraging parental participation to improve the implementation of ABA principles and monitoring of learned behavior of children with autism on a daily basis.

This autism Hong Kong therapy places heavy emphasis on verbal language, essentially teaches the most basic type of verbal communication and language to individuals with autism. At first, your child learns from the ASD Hong Kong therapist the simple act of requesting – things such as cookies, color pencils, fruits, and so on. Every time the word is uttered, the object is produced. The therapist then repeats the process till the meaning of the word is reinforced in the mind of your child. Over time, the therapist helps the child form proper communication by using a technique known as “errorless learning.”

At Autism Recovery Network, our therapy is provided by our BCBA, RBTs, and therapists who have years of experience in teaching. Our therapists are adept at applying the ABA principles in the context of autism spectrum disorder in Hong Kong.

At Autism Recovery Network, we use two types of assessment and curriculum; WebABLLS/ABLLS-R for younger individuals with autism, and AFLSonline for the older ones. With these, it helps to identify deficiencies in different areas of learning such as language, academic, self help, motor, social and community skills and more. Results are then gathered to form a specific goal for the individuals. Verbal behavior or VB is one the main approaches in ABA that we use in teaching.

Our therapy at Autism Recovery Network can help individuals with intellectual disabilities and in the Autism Spectrum Disorder in Hong Kong. Although it can be effective for autistic individuals of a wide range of age, the strategies and most effective for children with autism in Hong Kong before the age of 3 to be considered early intervention. Autism Recovery Network strongly recommends this. At a young age, it is easier to shape behaviors, before learned behaviors become established

Depending on the needs of the child, most ABA-VB therapy for autism treatment in Hong Kong involve at least an hour to three hours of sessions per week. However, some children with autism would require many more hours per week because of the relative difference between their dysfunction. Even parents are brought on-board to equip them with the “know-how” of verbal-behavior strategies. It is to be noted that the ABA-VB therapy is an ongoing process and its requirement for children will most likely change with their dynamic needs as they grow.

The perspective on the development of children with ASD in Hong Kong will depend greatly on the severity of the disorder. The language abilities and cognitive abilities of the children are also important considerations to reach a conclusion. However, there will be some unfavorable factors, such as seizures, intellectual disability, and dysfunctional speech until 5-6 years of age. Adolescents, as well as adults with autism often face challenges in academics, social interactions, vocational pursuits, and everyday functioning. Early intervention and proper support from family members and the community can help autistic individuals to lead rewarding and positive lives.

Recovery of children and adults with autism in Hong Kong requires consistent effort and professional intervention. Here’s what you can do to support their goals:

  • Understand the goals and skills individuals with autism spectrum disorder in Hong Kong wish to achieve, build and work with them.
  • Encourage independence by prompting them to finish their tasks on their own by using suitable visual, verbal, and physical prompts, and gradually fading it out.
  • Break down big tasks into smaller, manageable steps by using picture prompts and other communication support to demonstrate each step.
  • Consider spending time working out solutions to their everyday problems so that they feel confident. Make them practise the same activity many times until they master it.
  • If you observe any self-harming behaviors, you should get in touch with the person’s ASD Hong Kong therapist immediately. Specialists can look at these behaviors in detail to understand the underlying causes and define goals to keep them safe.
  • Reward them for their positive behaviors and ignore or redirect any observed negative behaviors.

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A HOLISTIC APPROACH TO AUTISM TREATMENT IN HONG KONG

The focus of our autism treatment in Hong Kong is to help your child open up to the world around them. Children with autism face a tough time talking to other people — something that our therapists understand greatly. We follow the principles of ABA to help your child with autism communicate and interact with their environment without getting overwhelmed. We strive to incorporate components in our autism Hong Kong therapy that set it apart from traditional approaches.

In our therapy at Autism Recovery Network, we maintain an interactive environment where children with autism can learn and enjoy. The VB component of the ASD Hong Kong therapy aims to demonstrate to your child the value of using words in their daily communication. The approach proves sensible when it’s observed that the initial language of children serves their need to get something from someone.

Our assessment process for ABA-VB therapy for autism treatment in Hong Kong involves the following steps:

Step 1

Observing and identifying behaviors that the child with autism is engaged in.

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Step 2

Testing and identifying existing skills to teach.

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Step 3

Setting well-defined goals and learning outcomes.

Step 4

Determining a data measurement and recording method.

Step 5

Developing and following a treatment plan to help the child with autism acquire new skills.

Then gradually, we introduce crucial aspects of linguistics.

  • Non-verbal instructions through receptive repertoire.
  • Verbal responding to people’s speech through intraverbal communication.
  • Naming, labelling, and describing objects using tact.
  • Repetition of people’s speech and imitating observed behavior.
  • Reading and writing skills using textual and transcriptive tools.

 

One of the most striking aspects that set our therapy at Autism Recovery Network apart from traditional ABA is certainly our approach. The process we follow seeks to go beyond helping children with autism memorise definitions of words. Our therapy in treating autism spectrum disorder in Hong Kong is more result-driven, in the sense that we help children with autism truly understand and feel the meaning of words so that they can use them in their daily communication more effectively. With time, practice and patience, our ASD Hong Kong therapy can lead to the gradual waning of autistic symptoms, and help children become an active part of the mainstream educational system.

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