A non-profit initiative by Early Autism Project Malaysia. In partnership with Yayasan Kajian dan Pembangunan Masyarakat (Foundation for Community Studies and Development).
Increased awareness about accurate diagnosis and treatment of autism.
The implementation of policies for national standards in the field of autism.
All children with autism will have access to research-proven therapy.
IN PARTNERSHIP WITH
YAYASAN KAJIAN DAN PEMBANGUNAN MASYARAKAT (YKPM)
AUTISM CENTRE (IAC)
World Autism Awareness Month 2019 Highlights 3:45
April is always a big month for us here at EAP, because it is World Autism Awareness Month! It was such an eventful month and our greatest efforts thus far in raising awareness and promoting acceptance for autism in our city!
Here is a highlight video of what our team here at Early Autism Project have been up to in the month of April 2019 in efforts of raising autism awareness and acceptance!
The Hope Project Scholarship 2018 7:09
Earlier this year, we awarded The Hope Project Scholarship to a little boy named Ashton, to receive one year of fully-funded ABA therapy for 15 hours a week. Ashton started therapy on the 2nd of April 2018 in conjunction with World Autism Awareness Day!
It has been almost 6 months since Ashton has been on the programme, and he has made so much progress! Check out the video to find out more about Ashton’s story!
The Hope Project – IDEAS Autism Centre 2018 4:21
We partnered with IDEAS Autism Centre under our non-profit initiative, The Hope Project. In December 2016, the EAP Team went into IDEAS Autism Centre to conduct screenings for their students. SInce January 2017, one of our EAP Supervisors has been going in weekly to provide ongoing training for the teachers, to ensure a positive and successful learning environment for the students there.
One year on, this is what the teachers and parents at IDEAS Autism Centre have to share about the progress they have witnessed with their children with autism.