Alison Ng, Principal Occupational Therapist
Registration no.: A1300118Z
As a Principal Occupational Therapist at SG Kids Therapy, Alison has a decade of experience in the private Paediatric sector. Hardworking, articulate and well-organized, Alison is able to rise to any challenge with flexibility, grace and professionalism.
She possesses a striking ability to build great rapport and therapeutic relationships with her little clients and their families and has a proven ability to utilise and improvise treatment programmes that work well for various developmental conditions.
Over the years, she has seen and manage a diverse caseload with clients ranging from 1 to 16 years of age, with the following conditions:
- Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) / Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
- Sensory Integration Dysfunction (SID)
- Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)
- Visual Processing Challenges
- Developmental Delay
- Learning Disabilities (e.g Dyslexia)
- Neurological Conditions
Alison’s areas of clinical specialization include:
- Vestibular-Visual Assessment and Treatment
- Treatment for Sensory Defensiveness, Sensory Modulation, Sensory Processing
- Floortime Approach Play Therapy
- Oral Motor Therapy and S.O.S Approach to Feeding
- Samonas Sound Therapy Vital Links Sound Therapy
- Handwriting Without Tears
- Interactive Metronome Interactive Metronome Home Certification Coaching
- Social Thinking Approach
- Cognitive Orientation for daily Occupational Performance (CO-OP)
- Assessment and Treatment of Children with Handwriting Difficulties
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Grace Yu, Speech Therapist
Registration No.: A1301670E
Ms Grace Yu graduated from the University of Hong Kong with a Bachelor of Science in Speech and Hearing (with Honours) in 2001. Upon graduation, she came to Singapore to work as a speech therapist in Tan Tock Seng Hospital where she started off her professional development in Aphasia and swallowing disorders. In 2003, she was awarded the Courage Star Award in recognition of her dedication to her patients during the SARS period. She received sponsorship to complete a postgraduate course in Dysphagia Diagnosis and Management by Dr Maggie-Lee in the University of Canterbury, New Zealand. She continued to broaden her clinical skills and went on to spearhead the start-up of speech therapy services in Ang Mo Kio Hospital.
In 2006, she went back to Hong Kong for further studies and worked in a private therapy centre. Practicing as a Pediatric clinician specialized in speech and language, she worked closely with teachers, caretakers, social workers and occupational therapist to deliver holistic therapy services to children and training workshops in primary schools. This has given her great exposure to children with a diverse range of speech challenges. Her wealth of experience accrued in this field allows her to deftly adapt her therapy approach to the unique learning style of each child and effectively facilitate speech and language stimulation for the child. Grace’s areas of special interest includes autism and speech and language delay, in which she takes great delight in seeing a child make breakthroughs. Upon her return to Singapore in 2010, she was appointed an external clinical educator to supervise a Master of Science (Speech and Language Pathology) student from NUS. Being passionate about her work, Grace is constantly on an endeavor to explore new treatment approaches and methods that can work with the children under her care. Ultimately, she seeks to promote their interest in learning during individual and group therapy sessions.
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Preeti Ghosh, Senior Speech Therapist
Registration No.: A1300291G
Preeti is a highly experienced Senior Speech Therapist with about 20 years of experience in her field. Over the years, she has worked in a wide variety of settings, ranging from EIPIC centres to special ed schools and VWOS. Her passion, experience and competency in her field led her to assume the title as Head of Department in two of her work places.
Always looking to be updated and kept abreast of developments in her field, Preeti is constantly taking courses and getting certifications for different programmes. She is a certified facilitator of a wide range of programmes, including Signpost and It Takes Two to Talk, The Hanen Program for parents. Some of the courses she has attended include Picture Exchange Communication Systems (PECS) – Basic and Advanced and NDT/Bobath – Treatment of Children with Cerebral Palsy.
2014 | Signpost Facilitator
2013 | It Takes Two to Talk, The Hanen Program for Parents
2012 | Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS) – Advanced
2009 | Integrating the Mouth with Sensory and Postural Functions (M.O.R.E)
2006 | Introduction to PROMPT
2005 | NDT / Bobath – Treatment of Children with Cerebral Palsy
2004 | Vitalstim Therapy
2004 | Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS) – Basic
Dec 1999 – Mar 2000 | Practical Management of Feeding Disorders in Children
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