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EAP Malaysia’s Response To The Arrest of Young Man With Autism

By autism-awareness, behaviour-handling, parents-siblings-relatives-and-carers, resource, social-play-skills

It is very unfortunate for both families involved in the recent incident in Kuala Lumpur, involving a 22-year old man with autism, Ahmad Ziqri, who was arrested after being accused of molesting another woman. In light of the recent events, we at EAP were asked for our perspective by a number of media reporters and so we would like to share our thoughts on the matter, as well as to recommend various strategies that would equip other individuals with autism with the expected behaviours and appropriate social skills with regards to this matter…

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Preparing Your Child With Autism For Christmas

By applied-behavioural-analysis, behaviour-handling, events, holiday-tips, resource, teaching-tips-tools

During the Christmas season, most families may want to participate in various Christmas activities and events, however, these activities/events may be potentially challenging for a child with autism. This week on our blog, we would like to share with your some tips and strategies on how to prepare your child for Christmas.

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How To Desensitise Your Child With Autism To Sounds

By applied-behavioural-analysis, daily-living-skills, parents-siblings-relatives-and-carers, resource, teaching-tips-tools

Some children with autism may have sound sensitivities, or tolerance issues to various sounds or loud noises. This issue can potentially be challenging, particularly if you intend to take a flight to your holiday destination. This week on our blog, we would like to share some tips and strategies on desensitising your child with autism to certain sounds, and we will be focusing on the loud sounds on an airplane.

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