Poster Listings
Poster No. Abstract Title Author Organisation/Country
P01 Exploring the Participation and Sensory Processing in Preschool Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder Dr. Ling-Yi Lin National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan
P02 The Management of Self-injurious Behaviours and Autism Ms. Dione Ng AWWA Ltd, Singapore
P03 Improved Social-Interaction Ability by Tablet Apps in Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders Ms. Dan Huang South China Normal University, China
P04 Barriers and Facilitators to the Participation of Autistic Children in a Community-Based Physical Activity Program Ms. Kaaren Haas Autism Spectrum Australia (Aspect), Australia
P05 Shopping for Shoes with an Autistic Child: Facilitators for an Autism-Friendly Experience Ms. Kaaren Haas Autism Spectrum Australia (Aspect), Australia
P06 The Importance of Context and Sensory Processing: A Correlation Study Dr. Caroline Mills Western Sydney University, Australia
P07 Making Visible the Lived Experiences of Mothers of Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder Ms. Kirsten Baird-Bate Queensland University of Technology, Australia
P08 Creating a Good Life for the Person with Autism Mrs. Sally Swan Autism Association of Western Australia, Australia
P09 Continuity, Change, and Predictors of Screen Time in Singaporean Pre-School Children with Neurodevelopmental Disorders (NDD) – A Six-Month Prospective Follow-Up Study Dr. Mae Wong National University of Singapore, Singapore
P10 Correlation of Gestational Age, Birth Weight and Maternal Factors with Autism Spectrum Disorder Dr. Mary Kamille Monfort Davao Doctors Hospital, Philippines
P11 Healthcare Access for Autistic Adults: A Systematic Review Ms. Shenae Calleja Swinburne University of Technology, Australia
P12 Evaluation of the Role of Autism Resource Nurse (ARN) in Supporting Families of Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder Ms. Gwen Chng KK Women's and Children's Hospital, Singapore
P13 Self-Reported Emotion Regulation in Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder, without Intellectual Disability Miss. Talia Burton Western Sydney University, Australia
P14 Parental Concerns and Child Efficacy of a Social Skills Group Program in a Child Development Unit Ms. Huijun Lee National University Hospital, Child Development Unit, Singapore, Singapore
P15 Examining the Decision-Making Process of Parents in Selecting Treatments for Children with ASD in Taiwan Ms. Hilda Ho York University, Canada
P16 Atypical Cortical Processing of Pitch Contours Predicts Social Communication Deficit in Tonal-Language-Speaking Children with Autism Ms. WeiLai South China Normal University, China
P17 The Structure of ASD Symptoms in Different Age and IQ subgroups Ms. Azin Taheri York University, Canada
P18 Screening for Autism in Younger Siblings of Children with Autism: Preliminary Findings Dr. Lily Lau KK Women's and Children's Hospital, Singapore
P19 Passing the Baton: A Multi-Generational Approach to Thriving on the Spectrum Mr. Liam Dow-Hall Australia
P20 First concerns: What do Parents Initially Identify as Possible Early Signs of Autism? Dr. Madonna Tucker AEIOU Foundation, Australia
P21 ‘We Enable Camp’ – A Sensory-Based and Occupation-Focused Program for Children with Autism and/or ADHD and their Parents in Singapore Mr. Wei Kiat Tang Institute of Mental Health, Singapore
P22 Analysis of Genetic Polymorphisms on Serotonin Transporter and Tryptophan Hidroxilase-2 Genes and Environmental Factors on Autism Spectrum Disorders Dr. Martira Maddeppungeng Hasanuddin University, Department of Paediatrics, Faculty of Medicine, Indonesia
P23 The AAC Journey @ SAAS (St. Andrews Autism School) Ms. Vasanthi Asaithambi St. Andrew's Autism Center, Singapore
P24 “Mr Steal-It”:  An Intervention For Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder In A Child Diagnosed With Autism Spectrum Disorder -  Case Study Ms. Jenni Pearce Connect Psychology, Australia
P25 Age at First Visit of Pre-Schoolers with Autism Spectrum Disorder to a Child Development Clinic in Singapore Dr. Hwan Cui Koh KK Women's and Children's Hospital, Singapore
P26 Relationships Between Humor Appreciation and Sensory Responsiveness and Social Skill Deficits As Autism Spectrum Disorder Traits In Typically Developing Individuals Dr. Kai Nagase Yamaguchi Prefectural University, Faculty of Social Welfare, Japan
P27 Supporting Autism Through Family Empowerment (S.A.F.E.) - Effectiveness of A Home-Based Interim-Support Programme Dr. Chun Yi Lim KK Women's and Children's Hospital, Singapore
P28 Inertia – A Neglected Problem Ms. Asdis Bergthorsdottir Private Practise, Iceland
P29 “Creating Enriched Environment”: A Manualized Research Based Training Program: Reducing The Gap Between Research and Practice Dr. Nusrat Ahmed Shuchona Foundation, Bangladesh
P30 Challenges Faced By Children With High Functioning Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and Other Developmental Difficulties In Transiting To Primary School and Evaluating Methods For Supporting Them Ms. Cheryl Ong National University Hospital, Child Development Unit, Singapore
P31 Family Assistance for ASD Children Mrs. Suchitra Thipse Prism Foundation, India
P32 Workplace Self-Advocacy: Employers & Employees Play Their Part for Success Mr. James Weng Yan Chan Asia-Europe Foundation, Singapore
P33 Academic Achievement of Children in the Autism Spectrum Compared to Typically Developing Children
Ms. Novika Purnama  Sari Erasmus University Rotterdam, The Netherlands
P34 Perception of Primary 5 Pupils Towards People with Special Needs Mr. Toh Shiong Enn, Sean Anglo-Chinese School (Primary) (Singapore)