Autism Partnership
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Autism Partnership Careers and Employment

About the company

  • CEO
    Dr. Ronald Leaf Ph. D
  • Founded
  • Company size
    51 to 200
  • Revenue
    $50m to $250m (HKD)
  • Industry
    Staffing, Recruitment & Subcontracting
  • Headquarters
    Seal Beach, CA
  • Link
    Autism Partnership website

In 1994 Drs. McEachin and Leaf formed Autism Partnership to meet the tremendous need for comprehensive services for families with children and adolescents diagnosed with autism. Based upon the founders’ extensive and unique experiences of providing behavioral treatment for children, adolescents, and adults, they have developed the Autism Partnership Method, a progressive approach to implementing Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) treatment.

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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 28 reviews and is evolving.



Marketing communications intern in North Point, Hong Kong Island
on March 6, 2020

Great. You can learn how to treat ASD individuals with aba therapy.

Therapist in Hong kong
on July 18, 2022
Pretty bad experience

They dont pay u enough for your hard work. You spend a lot of time and effort, but they pay u so little. Also, they dont appreciate your hard work. Bad bad company, staff usually stay for 1 year or less, as the company pays too little for so much work.

Behavioral Therapist in Hong Kong
on April 29, 2022
Exploitative work environment

Very very low pay with long working hours (sometimes 11-12 hours a day), and promotion is limited and based on impressions rather than performance Unfriendly treatment to staff, and unreceptive to staff opinions (they pretend to ask for your opinions but if you complain about anything then you can never get a promotion) Double standards Unethical approaches sometimes, as the company just wants money instead of actually helping kids

Behavioural Therapist in Quarry Bay, Hong Kong Island
on March 7, 2022

Stressful work environment, hard work often not appreciated, overly heavy workload. Company does not care about the wellbeing and mental health of the employees. Feeling unable to rest even during off hours from the stress and unrealistic expectations from supervisors. Expected to look happy and friendly at all time. Physically demanding, prone to muscular injuries. Only around 45 mins lunchtime to recover. Drained and exhausted everyday after work. Unhygienic working environment, had to request for gloves for diaper changing, don't wear your nice clothes. Salary is very low compared to the workload, unwilling to acknowledge the dedication and talent of therapists. Poor benefits. Unfriendly supervisors, like to pick favourites and treat employees unfairly. They will accuse you for something you didn't do if they feel like it. Words and attitude of the supervisors can get aggressive and harsh, or personally attacking. Admins have poor scheduling, often come up with wrong and poorly organised schedules. Some employees have packed full schedules while some have too much empty sessions.

Therapist assistant in Quarry Bay, Hong Kong Island
on January 22, 2021

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