Autism At Home

Date5th October 2019
VenueLevel 3 (Auditorium), ELM Business School, HELP University, No. 15, Jalan Sri Semantan 1, Damansara Heights, 50490 Kuala Lumpur
One of the challenges most children with autism face is in the area of generalistion. Often times, we hear that a child is able to present appropriate skills in a specific setting such as at school but not at home; or with a certain therapist but not with parents. This workshop will focus on coaching participants in effective strategies to support individuals with autism in their home environment.

This interactive workshop will present practical strategies to set the home environment up to be successful in teaching skills, as well as preventing and managing challenging behaviours in children with autism. This workshop is open for all to attend, and the strategies will support the family (e.g. parents, siblings, grandparents, helpers, drivers) on effective strategies with individuals with autism.

We are excited to have the honour of Jochebed Isaacs presenting at the workshop! Jochebed Isaacs is a Clinical Psychologist and the Director of EAP Malaysia. She was trained as a supervisor at our parent company, Wisconsin Early Autism Project, and has worked with hundreds of children with autism in Malaysia, USA, Perth and Singapore. Jochebed has also trained parents, teachers, therapists and professionals on a variety of topics on autism and Applied Behavioural Analysis (ABA) to develop new skills and positive behaviour in individuals with autism.

If you have any queries on the event, feel free to contact EAP Malaysia at 03-20940421 or send an email to and one of our team will be able to assist you.


Ticket Type Sale Dates Price (MYR)Quantity
Super Early Bird Registration 01/04/2019 - 30/04/2019 75.00 Unavailable
Early Bird Registration 01/05/2019 - 30/08/2019 90.00
Regular Bird Registration 01/09/2019 - 04/10/2019 120.00 Unavailable

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About the Organiser

Early Autism Project Malaysia (EAP) is the pioneer of the Applied Behavioural Approach (ABA) in Malaysia. Founded in September 2006 by parent company Wisconsin Early Autism Project, EAP has impacted over 400 children from 30 different countries over the last 12 years. EAP's vision is to provide world-class services that support individuals with autism and their families in leading fulfilling lives.