Sam believes that play is the most effective way to help children engage in learning.
Annie believes that therapy should be equally meaningful for both children and parents.
Believing that each child should have an equal opportunity to succeed, Jenny believes that catering for their unique learning needs is essential in order to maximise their achievements.
Wanting to make a difference in children’s lives, Matthew joined the CDC after qualifying and working in Australia.
Through his experience of working with families, Tim believes that it is crucial to provide effective early intervention, in order to ensure children’s development and to foster positive family relationships.
Having broad work experience as an educational psychologist, May is committed to providing all-round services to the children in need at the CDC.
Having worked as a paediatric speech pathologist, Florence is determined to utilise her expertise to support the CDC children and engage in further professional development in the field of ABA.
Karen has 10 years solid experience in working with children with learning difficulties. She joined the CDC in 2017 and was appointed to the role of Programme Integration Assistant Manager in 2019.