WHO WE ARE
Early Autism Project Malaysia (EAP) is the pioneer of the Applied Behavioural Approach (ABA) treatment in Malaysia.
EAP provides intensive behavioural treatment programmes that are comprehensive, wholistic and resulting in almost 50% of our children catching up to their typical peers. At present almost 70% of our students have emerging to fluent speech and 64% are in schools (mainstream international schools, homeschools & special education schools).
Officially founded in September 2006 by our parent company Wisconsin Early Autism Project, EAP has impacted over 400 children from 30 different countries over the last 12 years.
DOES MY CHILD HAVE AUTISM?
Early identification of autism is best as research shows that almost 50% of children with autism are able to catch up to their peers if they are able to receive intensive behavioural treatment at an early age.
Learn about the red flags of autism, complete the M-Chat self-assessment and learn about what to expect from a comprehensive Diagnostic Evaluation as well as the DSM-5 criteria.
WHAT WE DO
EAP Malaysia provides individualised intensive behavioural treatment programmes to individuals with autism utilising the Applied Behavioural Analysis (ABA) approach.
Schedule a Diagnostic Evaluation or Initial Screening appointment with us to learn more about your child and autism, and to find out more about our programmes!
We design and deliver individualised intensive behavioural treatment programmes for your child in a one-to-one setting utilising the Applied Behavioural Analysis (ABA) approach.
We also run Group Classes, conduct Developmental Assessments, Training Workshops for schools as well as Public Workshops!
WHAT PARENTS SAY ABOUT US
“EAP has shown commitment and very professional service in administrating all their programs. Their programs are very structured with proper plans and records. Supervisors are very skilled, knowledgeable and most importantly helpful. Both my son and daughter have benefited a lot under EAP’s program. Thank you with all our hearts.”Parent of a 9 year old boy with Autism, 2015
“He has started having more language than what he had before ABA. He can now do some activities on his own and interacts well with children his age as opposed to only adults previously. He looks forward to his sessions at EAP daily because the therapist makes him feel comfortable.”Parent of a 4 year old boy with Autism, 2015
“We decided to approach EAP for a 2nd opinion. At EAP, they treated him with love and respect. They used toys and games that he liked for the diagnostic assessment and it worked like magic! My son seemed to really like it there; the other kids were also positive and happy. To us, it felt like a home of love. We were so relieved as we had recently visited another center where the safety of their children was a major concern and many kids were observed to be without much supervision.”Parent, March 2017