Our Team

Meng Yi Yui
Clinical Director
Senior Principal Speech and Language Therapist

Yi Yui graduated from the University of Queensland in Australia in 1997 with Bachelors in Speech Pathology (Honours) on a PSC Merit Scholarship. She also holds a Distinction in Masters in Human Communication Disorders at the University College of London (UK), on the British Chevening Scholarship in 2002. She has more than 20 years of experience as a Speech and Language Therapist. 

Yi Yui started her career at two major hospitals in Singapore and discovered her love and natural affinity for both the young and old. This eventually led to her work with children - neonates, infants, toddlers, preschoolers, school aged - and she has not turned back since. She combines her interest in neuroscience, dysphagia and her love for children to work with them. Yi Yui is a leading Paediatric Speech and Feeding expert in Singapore. She has special interests in working with children with Feeding and Swallowing Disorders, Childhood Apraxia of Speech (CAS),  and Motor Speech Disorders.

Yi Yui uses an eclectic approach and takes the best of her training to individualize intervention for each and every child that she works with. She enjoys supervising her team and working with complex speech, feeding and swallowing cases to help the children and family. She has advanced training in the Sequential Oral Sensory (SOS) Approach to Feeding (Advanced) and TalkTools™ Oral Placement Therapy. She is also a certified PROMPT Technique and More Than Words® - The Hanen Program® practitioner. Yi Yui has attended courses on Sensory Integration, DIR®Floortime Approach and NDT (Neuro-developmental Treatment) and believes in treating children with a wholistic approach.  

On top of working with the children, Yi Yui has provided webinars, lectures, talks and workshops to various professionals, parents and children. She enjoys coaching young parents and strives to be a beacon of hope to guide them through their journey with their children with special needs. She also  mentors and supervises young speech therapists and students to inspire them in the field of Speech Therapy.  

When not at work playing with kids, Yi Yui enjoys time with her family exploring nature.


Lynnette Chan
Operations Director
Senior Principal Speech and Language Therapist


Lynnette graduated from the University of Sydney in Australia in 1999 with a Bachelor of Applied Science in Speech Pathology. In 2005, she went on to obtain her Master in Health Science in Speech-Language Pathology from the same university.

After spending 7 years working in 2 major hospitals in Singapore, Lynnette realized that her passion lies in striving to improve the quality of life in her clients. She achieves this by providing speech therapy services to her clients at home, using evidence-based treatment options where possible. Lynnette also decided to better serve her clients by providing speech therapy services to various hospitals, private establishments and specialist clinics.

Lynnette has conducted assessments and therapy sessions in preschool children, school-aged and adolescents in various hospitals and health services across New South Wales, Australia. This was for a variety of disorders and difficulties. She enjoys both individual and group therapy sessions, as both are beneficial to the child in different ways. Lynnette’s areas of interest include Facial Neuromuscular Retraining (FNR) for individuals with facial paralysis or paresis after facial nerve injury, voice disorders, swallowing disorders (dysphagia) and higher level language difficulties. 

In her leisure time, Lynnette enjoys bringing her two children on fun adventures around Singapore. She also has an interest in food and new technological gadgets that are supposed to make life easier.


Zeneth Lin
Clinic Manager

Zeneth graduated from Temasek Polytechnic with a Diploma in Tourism Management. She also holds a Level 4 Executive Secretary's Diploma from Pearson LCCI (London Chamber of Commerce and Industry). Zeneth has excellent organisational and communication skills. She is bilingual in both English and Mandarin.  

She is proficient in the service sector, having gained her years of experience in the hospitality, airline and automotive industries, and now healthcare setting. She shows great compassion for the families she works with and is dedicated to supporting them through their journey at TLC. She hopes to deploy her skills and areas of expertise effectively in her current role as a clinic manager to serve and contribute to society. 

Outside of work, Zeneth enjoys swimming, yoga and spending time with her family and close friends. 


Katrina Lopez
Principal Speech and Language Therapist
EIP Coordinator

Katrina Lopez has a B.Sc degree in Speech Pathology from the University of the Philippines, and graduated with distinctions for clinical practice and research excellence. She has over thirteen years of experience in establishments both in the Philippines and also in Singapore, where she moved to in 2016 to build her family. Katrina is registered with the Allied Health Professions Council (AHPC) in Singapore.

She has received continuing education for Social Thinking, Floortime (DIR®), Alternative and Augmentative Communication (AAC), PROMPT, Executive Functions training, Inclusive Education, and Instructional Design. She is an IBCCES-certified Autism Specialist and a Rainbow Kids Yoga-trained teacher. 

Katrina is a staunch advocate of family-centered intervention, and regularly involves parents, siblings, grandparents and caregivers in her sessions. She appreciates the dynamics and beliefs of each individual family and plans treatment accordingly. She believes that behind every strong, uniquely-abled child is a group of people that loves and supports the child in their own distinct way. She is well loved by parents and children for her loving and personable nature and responsiveness to the families.     

During her free time, Katrina enjoys cooking, songwriting and trying out new things with her family


Lee Jia Wen
Senior Speech and Language Therapist

Lee Jia Wen

Jia Wen graduated from the University of Sydney in Australia with a Bachelor of Applied Science (Speech Pathology – First Class Honours) on a MOHH Scholarship and is registered with the Allied Health Professions Council (AHPC) in Singapore.

She has worked in both hospital and private special school setting. During her course of work, Jia Wen found great passion helping clients to speak and learn to communicate. She has experience working with children and teenagers up to 18 years old, with diagnoses in global developmental delay, autism spectrum disorder, cerebral palsy, and others.

Jia Wen has conducted communication assessments and interventions for children with speech and language delay and disorders, including apraxia. She is certified in: Hanen It Takes Two to Talk, and the apraxia program, Dynamic Temporal and Tactile Cueing (DTTC). She is currently attending training in Talktools - Oral Placement Therapy. Ms Lee is also very experienced with the use of augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) and pioneered the program in the hospital. She also presented her team’s work at a major conference held overseas.

When working with children, Jia Wen advocates for a child-directed approach, where she follows the interests of the child, in order for the child to be engaged, and motivated to communicate. While being sensitive to the child’s needs, Ms Lee is also able to gradually add structure to help the children learn with routine. She firmly believes that parents are crucial, and they play a key role in their children’s overall development. 

In her free time, Jia Wen enjoys hanging out with her family, whipping up new dishes, and playing with her young son.


Seet Xian Hui
Senior Speech and Language Therapist

Seet Xian HuiXian Hui graduated from the National University of Singapore (NUS) with a Master of Science (Speech and Language Pathology). Prior to completing her Masters, she completed a Specialist Diploma in Educational Therapy and provided literacy intervention to children with dyslexia using the Orton Gillingham approach. She is registered with the Allied Health Professions Council (AHPC) in Singapore.

Xian Hui's clinical experience includes working with children aged 3 to 17 years. She has supported children with a range of learning and communication difficulties, including those with Developmental Language Disorder (DLD), speech delay, dyslexia, Global Developmental Delay (GDD), and Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). She is experienced in providing both individual and group therapy, both physically and online. Coming from a Mandarin-speaking background, Xian Hui is proficient in both English and Mandarin and has guided Mandarin-speaking parents on how to support their children at home.

Xian Hui is certified in parent-training programs like the Hanen It Takes Two to Talk and Hanen More Than Words, as well as a training program for early childhood educators – Hanen Learning Language and Loving It.

On top of assessment, intervention, and training, Xian Hui has conducted lectures and webinars on speech, language, and communication difficulties to allied educators, educational therapists, and parents. She has also lectured on literacy at NUS to student speech therapists and has supervised student speech therapists during their clinical placements. Xian Hui also has an interest in research and has presented her individual Masters’ thesis on a language assessment tool she developed, at a major conference in Toronto as well as a local conference.

Xian Hui believes that an educator’s words and actions can have a huge influence on a child’s self-concept. A quote that strongly resonates with her is – ‘The secret in education lies in respecting the student’ by Ralph Waldo Emerson. She is motivated to use the role that she has been given to help students believe in themselves and realize their potential.

In her free time, Xian Hui enjoys running, baking, and spending time with her family and son. She also loves music and used to teach piano.


Karen Chin
Senior Speech and Language Therapist

Karen ChinKaren graduated from the National University of Singapore with a Master of Science (Speech and Language Pathology) on a National Healthcare Group (NHG) Scholarship.  

She has several years of experience working as a speech and language therapist in a major hospital and at an Early intervention Programme for Infants and Children (EIPIC). Karen is passionate about helping adults and children communicate meaningfully and enjoy their meals. She has worked effectively with individuals across the lifespan including children with speech and language delays, Global Developmental Delay (GDD), Down Syndrome and Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Karen has a special interest in oral motor development and helping fussy/picky eaters discover a love for food and eating. 

Karen is well-versed with multidisciplinary and transdisciplinary work and has worked closely with teachers, occupational therapists and psychologists to develop holistic individualised intervention plans. She is a firm believer that it takes a village to raise a child and that the parent or caregiver is a key member. Hence, she works hard to empower parents with strategies and skills to deliver positive outcomes and help their child reach their full potential. 

Karen has received continuing education in Hanen (It Takes Two to Talk), Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS), TalkTools™ Oral Placement Therapy, Sequential Oral Sensory (SOS) Approach to Feeding, and Feed the Peds: The Foundations of Pediatric Feeding and Swallowing. She has also attended the Paediatric Integrated Neuro-Rehabilitation Service (PINS) AHP Training Programme by KKH.

In her free time, Karen enjoys spending quality time with her two young children, relaxing in the company of good friends and family, and searching for the next yummy food spot.


Freda Lee
Senior Speech and Language Therapist

Freda LeeFreda is a fully registered Speech-Language Therapist under the Allied Health Professional Council in Singapore. She graduated from the National University of Singapore (NUS) with a Masters in Speech and Language Pathology in 2015, and a Degree in Psychology. She has since been working with children and teenagers with special needs.

Freda specializes and has years of experience in the area of paediatrics, in particular, children and teenagers with Global Developmental Delay (GDD), Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), Down’s Syndrome, Cerebral Palsy, and other multiple disabilities. She is knowledgeable and skilled in a wide range of communication, speech and language delays/disorders, and complex feeding and swallowing difficulties.

Freda is passionate in her work with children. She believes that children learn best through meaningful and enjoyable engagement. She also strongly advocates multidisciplinary and trans disciplinary work, and believes that parent/caregiver involvement is key to any child’s ability to reach their utmost potential. She assists parents/caregivers in this process through close collaboration with them, empowering them to feel confident in helping their child to progress. Her endearing nature helps her to build good and strong rapport with her client and their families.

Freda has also provided training/sharing sessions for teachers and parent education through various workshops. She is also involved in professional outreach projects in Vietnam, where she has conducted workshops for special needs teachers in the area of speech, language and communication. She is also licensed under AHPC to clinically supervise new speech therapists.

Freda has received continuing education in Pragmatically Organized Dynamic Display (PODD), Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS), Assistive Technology for Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC), Hanen More Than Words, Sequential Oral Sensory (SOS) Approach to Feeding.

In her free time, Freda enjoy spending outdoor activities with her family, and catching up with friends and family over a good chat and good meal.


Alexandra Lee
Senior Speech and Language Therapist

AlexBeing an animated and enthusiastic individual, Alex has always been drawn to working with young children. Of British and Chinese heritage, Alex received her Bachelor in Science – Speech Pathology from Curtin University, Western Australia. Professional development is an important aspect of lifelong learning to Alex, and she has received training in various areas including; Hanen – It takes two to talk, Visualising and Verbalizing (Lindamood-Bell, USA), Picture Exchange Communication Systems (PECS), and Sensory Processing Disorders for Speech and Language Therapists (SLTs) to name a few.

Alex has worked with children from various backgrounds with a range of difficulties and impairments over the years. These include children who present with challenges in social communication, speech and language impairments, stammering, feeding and phonological awareness difficulties. Having worked in a range of settings; community clinics, mainstream schools and private practices, Alex is competent in executing both assessment and intervention for children. Alex is fully registered with the Allied Health Professions Council (AHPC) and is also accredited to supervise new clinicians in the field. Clinical supervision is an area of interest for Alex and she has assisted in supervising student clinicians from the National University of Singapore and the University of Queensland.

Alex believes in working collaboratively with the child, family and other professionals in developing a family-centered approach, so as to achieve the goals they set out in therapy while providing them with a platform to communicate. She has previously enjoyed providing outreach services to train teachers and parents alike, in the effort to bridge the gap between therapy in clinics and within other settings.

When she steps out of the clinic, Alex enjoys heading into hot yoga sessions, trialling a new recipe or heading to the theatre to catch a play or a musical.


Frances Tang
Principal Speech and Language Therapist

Frances Tang

Frances graduated from the National University of Singapore (NUS) with a Master of Science (Speech & Language Pathology). She is registered with the Allied Health Professions Council (AHPC) in Singapore.

Frances has worked with infants and children from 0 to 18 years of age; In particular, children with Global Developmental Delay (GDD), Down's Syndrome, Cerebral Palsy, Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and other disabilities. She is well equipped to provide intervention for a range of speech and language delays and complex communication, feeding and swallowing disorders. Frances has a special interest in oral motor and speech development and helping children with complex communication needs to find their voice. 

Frances is passionate about supporting each child to grow and participate meaningfully in their lives. She believes that parents and caregivers are paramount to each child achieving their potential and advocates for transdisciplinary practices. She is experienced with working with parents/caregivers/other professionals in educational as well as home settings. Frances is licensed under AHPC to clinically support other speech therapists. She also provides training and coaching for parents and teaching professionals in a variety of areas. 

Frances has received continuing education in TalkTools- Oral Placement Therapy, PROMPT, Pragmatic Organization Dynamic Display (PODD), Multi-Modal Communication and Learning Strategies, the Sequential Oral Sensory (SOS) Approach to Feeding, the Neuro-Developmental Treatment (NDT) Course, and Hanen It Takes Two To Talk Program. 

In her free time, Frances enjoys reading, baking and spending time with her children and family. 


Grace Oh
Speech and Language Therapist

Grace Oh

Grace graduated with a Master of Speech Pathology from Curtin University (Australia). Prior to completing her training in Speech and Language Therapy, Grace obtained a Master of Special Education from National Technological University (Singapore) and a Bachelor’s in Early Childhood education from Central Queensland University (Australia). Grace is registered with the Allied Health Professions Council (AHPC) in Singapore. She is also an overseas member of Speech Pathology Australia (SPA). 

With an unwavering interest to work with children, Grace has worked in both public and private settings in Singapore and Australia where she provided whole-class and individual instruction in primary, preschool, and specialised settings. She has honed clinical skills to support the holistic management of children with a diverse range of learning and communication difficulties associated with language, speech, and developmental delays/disorders, including Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), Developmental Language Disorder (DLD) and Global Developmental Delay (GDD).

Grace believes in a child-centred approach with a focus on interactive learning while addressing the child’s individual learning and emotional needs. She strives to work alongside family and school to empower them to provide the most optimized learning opportunity for the child. Grace has attended courses on, Orton Gillingham Approach, DIR®Floortime Approach and Montessori Method of Education and believes in lifelong learning and ongoing research in the process of supporting children with developing needs.

In her leisure time, Grace enjoys experimenting with new food recipes and watching history documentaries.


Audrey Tan
Speech and Language Therapist

Audrey Tan

Audrey has a Master of Science in Speech-Language Pathology from Boston University, and obtained a Bachelor of Arts in Linguistics with a minor in Education at University of California, Berkeley (USA). She is registered with the Allied Health Professions Council (AHPC) in Singapore, and also holds the Certificate of Clinical Competence in Speech-Language Pathology (CCC-SLP) with the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA).

Before joining TLC, she served as a Speech Therapist in the Early Intervention department of an Asian community health center in Boston, Massachusetts. She has also had previous pediatric clinical experiences in the preschool, special school, and pediatric outpatient (Tuft’s Children’s Hospital) settings.

Audrey believes that all humans are communicators wired for connection – being able to express thoughts, emotions, needs and desires is central to being human. She is passionate about culturally-responsive, and family-centered care, as well as child-centered play-based therapy. Audrey believes in collaborative, relationship-based services to support the child’s communication and social-emotional development. Seeing shared smiles, and laughter amongst the child and family is always a highlight of sessions for her.

Outside of work, Audrey enjoys reading, trying out allergy-friendly recipes, and doing cardio dance workouts with her mother.


New Wei Ling
Principal Occupational Therapist

Wei Ling

Wei Ling graduated from Cardiff University (UK) with First Class Honours in Bachelor of Science (Occupational Therapy) in 2006. 

She has worked in social services agencies and private clinics, working extensively with children with various developmental conditions and needs such as Cerebral Palsy, Autism, Down Syndrome, Global Developmental Delay, Sensory Processing Disorder, handwriting difficulties, and visual motor/visual perceptual difficulties. Besides providing therapy, Wei Ling also conducts training programmes for caregivers and teachers. Her research paper on the effectiveness of home programmes for caregivers has been presented at national and regional levels

She has attained certifications in Neuro-developmental Treatment (Paediatrics) and Handwriting without Tears. She is a trained facilitator for the Signposts programme. Wei Ling is also trained in the DIR Floortime approach, Learn to Play programme and special seating, amongst other common Occupational Therapy approaches. Wei Ling is passionate to help young children overcome their developmental challenges by working closely with all involved in the care of the child.

Outside work, Wei Ling enjoys spending time with her husband and their 2 children.


Shanice Tan
Principal Occupational Therapist

Shanice is an Occupational Therapist registered with the Allied Health Professions Council of Singapore. She graduated from the University of Sydney with a Bachelor in Occupational Therapy and has 15 years of clinical experience working with children and adolescents with neuro-developmental conditions. She is a certified practitioner of the Sensory Integration approach as well as the Therapeutic Listening Program. She is a certified Master Coach and is passionate about empowering individuals and families to pursue their life goals. 

She presented in the National Occupational Therapy Conference in 2013 and 2019, and her pilot research on Parent Coaching was accepted for poster presentation in the 4th International Conference in Applied Research (HK). She has developed and conducted many individual and group intervention programs, professional training and caregiver training programs in the hospital as well as community-based settings.  

In her free time, she and her 3 children spend the day at the beach. She enjoys running and swimming while the children entertain themselves with skate-boarding.


Ellice Fan
Principal Occupational Therapist

Ellice FanEllice is an Occupational Therapist (OT) registered with the Allied Health Professions Council of Singapore who holds a Masters in Occupational Therapy Studies.

Ellice started her journey as an OT at a registered charity organisation that serves one of the largest population of children with physical and neuro-developmental needs, amid an early intervention setting. She has also worked with children at the National University Hospital, public and private preschools, and private clinics, attending to children with Cerebral Palsy, Autism, Down Syndrome, Dyspraxia, Global Developmental Delay and Sensory Processing Disorder. She is passionate about helping children enhance their daily living skills, motor ability, sensory processing and perceptual skills.

Ellice is proficient in the Handwriting Without Tears program, The Alert Program, as well as Learn to Play, and is working towards obtaining her Certificate in Ayres Sensory Integration in April 2023. Above all, she really enjoys connecting deeply with every child she meets through a dedicated approach that comprises understanding their personality, in addition to getting to know their likes and dislikes, so that she can provide them with optimal levels of support and empathy. Equipped with a sunshine disposition, Ellice looks forward to getting to know the families of the little ones she meets and help them bring out the best in every child.


Mandy Low
Senior Developmental & Educational Therapist
Associate EIP Lead


Mandy holds a Bachelor in Special Education from Flinders University (Australia) and a Diploma in Special Education (NIE). Mandy is a strong advocate for early intervention; she believes that the earlier the child gets help, the better their learning outcomes will be. She started this journey in 1999 as a special education teacher and then progressed as an Educational Therapist for 15 years in a private paediatric therapy centre.

She was instrumental in organising an (Enhanced PPIP) Early Intervention Programme from its conception. She works extensively with pre-schoolers and primary school children and is effective in improving the child’s development in areas like behaviour, literacy, social and emotional skills, and classroom skills. She sees herself as a partner in a child’s education by supporting families to understand their child better and coaches caregivers on how to provide continuity with therapy at home.

She is proficient in PECS® ,TEACCH® Autism Program, Social Thinking®, Handwriting Without Tears® and has been trained in Search and Teach© by National Institute for Learning Development and Feuerstein Instrumental Enrichment (FIE) program by The Feuerstein Institute.

Mandy enjoys cooking, doing craft and listening to music in her free time.


Teo Ke Fei
Senior Early Intervention Teacher

Teo Ke Fei

Ke Fei graduated from the Singapore University of Social Sciences (SUSS) in 2022 with a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology (Honours). She also has an Advanced Diploma in Early Childhood Intervention (Special Needs) from the National Institute of Early Childhood (NIEC) and a Certificate in Autism from the Autism Resource Centre (ARC). With her interest in learning, she is presently pursuing a Specialist Diploma in Learning Support for Specific Learning Differences (SpLD) from the Dyslexia Association of Singapore (DAS) Academy.

Ke Fei has experience working with children aged 3 to 12 years old with diverse needs, including Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), Global Developmental Delay (GDD), Speech and Language Delays and Disorders, and Intellectual Disability (ID). She also had the opportunity to work in both government and private early intervention settings.

Ke Fei believes in family-centred approaches, whereby collaboration between teachers, therapists, and parents is necessary for children to reach their full potential. As children learn best through play and naturalistic settings, she aims to embed learning opportunities during their daily routines. More importantly, she aspires to create an environment where children can feel safe and comfortable to explore and learn at their own pace.

In her free time, Ke Fei enjoys rock climbing, reading, and spending time with her loved ones.


Sebrina Lee
Early Intervention Teacher

Sebrina Lee

Sebrina holds a Bachelor of Social Science (Honours) in Psychology and a Diploma of Social Science (Counselling) from Malaysia. After having worked for a few years, she was presented with the wonderful opportunity to change paths and follow her long standing passion of working with children. She plans to further her studies to deepen her knowledge and enhance the support she can extend to children with special needs.

Sebrina's journey into early intervention began when she started as an Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA) therapist. She has since worked with children of ages ranging from 3 to 12 in group and one-to-one settings as well as home therapy sessions. Her work also includes behaviour management, social thinking and school shadowing. She considers the personal relationships she has developed with the children she’s worked with to be her greatest takeaway and accomplishment.

Sebrina is also a firm believer of working in tandem with families and parents to create the most ideal environment for their children’s growth and wellbeing. She strives to deliver personalised materials for every child under her care so that their existing strengths and interests can be tapped to catalyse their development.

In her free time, Sebrina enjoys reading or crocheting with a nice hot cup of tea.


Japneet Kaur
Early Intervention Teacher

Japneet graduated from the Northumbria University with a Bachelor's of Arts in in Childhood and Early Years studies. She also holds a Specialist Diploma in Teaching and Supporting Children with special needs since 2021.  

She has experience working with children aged 18 months to youths aged 16 years in the EIPIC and mainstream enrichment settings. She has worked with children with Autism, learning difficulties and speech delays. She also has experience in supporting children with special needs in a mainstream enrichment setting. 

Japneet believes that parents play an important role in the development of their children. It is her desire to create an environment that is safe and stimulating where students can learn and grow. 

During her free time, Japneet enjoys travelling around Singapore trying food reviewed by food bloggers. She also enjoys cycling by the beach!


Kiah Yong
Early Intervention Teacher

Kiah YongKiah graduated from the University at Buffalo with a Bachelor's Degree in Psychology (Honours). She also holds a Diploma in Early Childhood Education.

She has experience in EIPIC and private settings, working with children aged 3 to 7 years of age in one-to-one and group sessions. She has worked with children with diverse needs such as Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), Global Developmental Delay (GDD), Speech and Language Delay (SLD), and Down Syndrome.

Kiah firmly believes in the significance of early intervention during a child’s crucial developmental years. She understands that this period is pivotal for children to learn and adapt, and she is dedicated to making a positive impact during this critical stage of their lives. She also strongly believes that caregivers play an essential role in their child’s development. She strives to foster open lines of communication with families to ensure a collaborative, supportive environment, and consistency in intervention.

During her free time, Kiah enjoys spending time with her family, music, and dancing!


Li Meiyun
Associate Early Intervention Teacher

MeiyunMeiyun holds a Diploma in Special Education from the National Institute of Education.   She loves being around children and eventually decided to take up the challenge to pursue her career in the Special Education sector. During her 9 years of vocation with the EIPIC program at Rainbow centre, Meiyun worked with children with various special needs, aged between 3-12 years old

Believing that every child is unique with their own strengths and interests, she ensures that her lessons are personalized according to their unique needs. She takes pride in every progress the child makes, celebrates and recognises every milestone they achieve. 

Meiyun has also worked very closely with the team of Occupational Therapists , Physiotherapists and Speech Language Therapists in helping the kids reach their respective individualised educational goals. She partners with and equips parents as well as caregivers by conducting home visits , class observations and case conferences. 

In her free time , Meiyun enjoys spending time with her family and participating in various high intensity workouts.


Nur Hayati
Associate Early Intervention Teacher

Nur Hayati

Nur Hayati is an advocate for special education and a graduate of Northumbria University. Her journey has shaped her with a deep passion for working with children with special needs and a belief that every child possesses unique communication abilities and ways of thinking.

At Northumbria University, she immersed herself in special education, honing her skills and knowledge to support children with diverse learning needs. She discovered her true calling in guiding and nurturing these exceptional children, helping them unlock their full potential.

During her spare time, she volunteers at a non-profit organisation that caters to children with Autism, ADHD, Cerebral Palsy, Dyslexia, Down Syndrome, and Global Developmental Delay. She endeavours to create an inclusive and nurturing environment for each child, while teaching them academic curriculum and crucial life skills. Witnessing the transformative impact of her work on these young minds fills her with an unparalleled sense of fulfilment and purpose.

An avid long-distance runner, she finds solace and inspiration in the rhythm of her footsteps, pushing her physical and mental boundaries. Additionally, she loves to spend time at the airport, where she enjoys observing planes and embarks on literary journeys through the pages of books.


Rebecca Tan
Teacher Aide

Rebecca, a dedicated Teacher Aide and graduate of Catholic Junior College, is passionate about nurturing the growth of special needs children. She thrives on the boundless excitement this field offers, finding each child's unique development an opportunity for learning and growth. Since her graduation, Rebecca has discovered her fondness for working with children. However, it's her love for children with special needs that resonates most deeply, striving to create a space where they can thrive, learn, and achieve their full potential. With her genuine enthusiasm, she aims to support TLC’s goals of creating an environment where each child can experience a happy and independent life. 

Driven by a desire for greater impact, Rebecca will be pursuing additional education in speech therapy. She envisions merging her dedication to fostering growth with specialized communication support.

In her free time, Rebecca enjoys cooking, baking and playing new board games with her siblings.


Thilakam Renganathan
Educational Therapist

ThilaThila is an enthusiastic Special Needs educator who graduated with a Bachelor in Education from University of South Australia. Prior to that she completed her Diploma in Early Childhood Education from Ngee Ann Polytechnic. She furthered her learning in teaching children with special needs with an Specialist Diploma in Specific Learning Differences (SpLD) from the Dyslexia Association Academy.

Thila is a dedicated teacher with more than 15 years of teaching experience working with both preschoolers and primary students with ESL background, as well as students with a variety of learning needs, including dyslexia and dysgraphia ADD and ADHD.

She is a strong believer of Early Intervention. With extensive knowledge of learning needs and extreme behavior management methods to address them. She is a strong communicator with fine-tuned classroom management skills.


Esther Yen
Educational Therapist

Esther YenEsther holds both a Masters in Child Study and Human Development from Tufts University in Massachusetts and a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from University of Wollongong in Australia.

Esther has always had an affinity with children, and after her undergraduate studies, Esther knew that she wanted to pursue her studies and work to help children with special needs. Since 2014, she has been working in the area of early intervention in both Singapore and the USA. She is well-versed in Applied Behavioural Analysis-Verbal Behaviour (ABA-VB); she spent two years of her Masters internship at an ABA-focused school in Massachusetts and received on-the-job registered behaviour technician (RBT) approved training. Esther wanted to further understand and learn how an established evidence-based approach (EVB) such as ABA can substantially help neurodivergent children. After attaining her Masters qualification, Esther has been a Behavioural/Educational Therapist for children aged 2 to 10 years old. She is trained to use therapeutic/early intervention programmes such as Functional Behavioural Assessment (FBA), Assessment of Basic Language and Language Skills (ABLLS) and The Verbal Behavior Milestones Assessment and Placement Program (VB-MAPP).

Esther is an advocate for individualized, child-centred approaches, and aims to work closely with family, schools and other relevant professionals as a team to help the child achieve his/her highest potential. She strives to have a deep understanding that’s specific for every child and tailors her approach to every child differently. Esther’s heart and passion is genuinely found in serving young children. Seeing children grow and overcome hurdles brings her untold joy and meaning. Esther aims to continually improve her skills to be a person that makes a positive impact on these children's lives and enriches their schooling years.

During her free time, Esther enjoys photography, playing the drums and doing Zumba.


Tan HuiTing
Educational Therapist

HuiTing graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, in 2010. Since then, she has worked widely with children with various needs such as Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), Global Developmental Delay (GDD), Social Communication Disorder (SCD), ADHD, and other learning needs. 

HuiTing started her career in an early intervention setting, intensively practicing and training others in Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA). Throughout the years, she also continued to provide individual and group intervention and in-class support in other mainstream schools, clinic and home settings. She later went on to pursue a Diploma in Special Education from National Institute of Education, Singapore, in 2016. She now tailors her intervention for every child using a range of other evidence-based practices such as Positive Behavioral Interventions and Support (PBIS), Treatment and Education of Autistic and related Communications Handicapped Children (TEACCH), and Zones of Regulation.  

Working in varied settings has given HuiTing the opportunity to interact widely with teachers, parents, school psychologists, and other government and external agencies. This has given her a more holistic understanding of the needs of each of these stakeholders. HuiTing strongly believes that it takes a village to raise a child; the best support is not provided by just a single expert, but a team of parents, teachers, and therapists all coming together to provide consistent approaches and care for the child.   

In her free time, HuiTing enjoys reading and spending time with her three children.


Suzanne Khor
Visiting Principal Dietitian

SuzanneSuzanne graduated from the National University of Malaysia in 2000 with Bachelor of Science in Dietetics (Honours) and a Postgrad Diploma in Marketing from Chartered Institute of Marketing (UK). She also holds a Master of Health Sciences (Education) at the University of Sydney, Australia.

Having worked as a clinical dietitian in 2 major Singapore hospitals and public healthcare institutions over 16 years, Suzanne decided to focus on paediatric nutrition. During her work at KK Women’s and Children’s hospital, she had the opportunity to undergo HMDP training at The Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto, Canada, specifically in the area of epilepsy (ketogenic diet) and eating disorders. She has worked with both adults and children on improving their diet and health. She enjoys interacting with children, analysing dietary problems and finding ways to overcome them.

Suzanne’s areas of interests are diet for feeding disorders / fussy eating / developmental delay, epilepsy, weight management and eating disorders.

In her free time, Suzanne enjoys reading, baking, nature and spending time with her two young children.



Dr Lily Lau
Educational Psychologist, oneMIND
B.A (Psych), M. Soc.Sci (Applied Psych), M. Ed Psych, PhD

Lily LauLily is an educational psychologist (Singapore and Australia Registered), and a registered supervisor with the Singapore Register of Psychologists. Prior to setting up oneMIND, she practiced for over 15 years at KK Women’s and Children’s Hospital, providing diagnostic assessment and therapy to children with neurodevelopment disorders, behavioural and emotional difficulties/disorders. 

She has years of experience in supervising psychology interns and junior psychologists. She also regularly trains caregivers, educators and professionals to provide support to children with behavioural and emotional difficulties/disorders.

Lily has published a few journal articles in areas of learning and behaviour. Her passion lies in helping children and their families cope with their difficulties. She also firmly believes in the provision of early treatment to achieve better social, emotional and academic outcomes.


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