As our society evolves, our understanding of how children learn has changed. We also know that some children learn very differently so it is vital to provide differentiated education to help them learn effectively. We are an organisation with strong convictions and ambitious goals:
- We believe all children can develop their strengths to flourish.
- We believe every child deserves the fair opportunity and right to learn alongside their peers.
- We strive to be accessible to families in need in the Hong Kong community.
- We treasure partnership with families.
- We are a non-profit organisation that focuses on maximising the benefits to our community.
A Hong Kong where all children have equal rights to education irrespective of their race, language, cultural or socioeconomic background.
- In our teaching we value evidence based techniques, the latest teaching practices and tailored early intervention for every child.
- In our professional team we value the breadth of experience of our qualified professionals, their resourcefulness and adaptability.
- In our leadership we value professionalism, accountability, governance and a strong vision for the future.
To provide quality learning experiences for the individual child and empowering their families.
Dr. Yvonne Becher
Dr. Yvonne Becher brings an extensive background as an experienced and distinguished child psychologist to her current roles at the CDC.
Jackie is a certified accountant with extensive experience in managing finance, administration and operations in both commercial and non-profit making organisations.
Evita believes that “if children can’t learn the way we teach, we should teach the way they learn”.
With extensive experience in the early childhood education sector, Phyllis strives for growth and success of the CDC in contributing to the SEN community in Hong Kong.
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 Manager in 2021.
As a Special Educational Needs Teacher at the CDC, Christine is passionate about encouraging learning through fun activities. She also believes that teachers should seek the most appropriate ways to facilitate learning for each individual child.
Born and educated in the Philippines, Marry is a Special Needs Educator at the CDC.
Flora is particularly interested in designing story-based activities as she finds it effective to keep children intrigued and focused.
Sarah is determined to bring a joyful learning experience to her students and discover the strength in every child.
Having extensive knowledge and experience in the field of Occupational Therapy, Gundeep is highly motivated to support children with additional needs and contribute his profession to the local SEN community.
Macey’s experiences with clients with diverse needs in community settings have enabled her to think outside the box and adopt a holistic approach to children with different learning needs.
Having a strong interest in Education and Speech Pathology, Ada is committed to providing quality teaching and therapy to children with speech and language challenges.
Understanding how a child’s surroundings greatly influences their development, Jacqueline is devoted to boosting children’s self-esteem and enhancing their learning environment to contribute to their happiness and quality of life.
Jenessa aims to make therapy a place where children and families feel comfortable, safe, and have their voices heard.
Tiffany believes that it is important to understand the families’ cultural values in order to build trust with the children and parents.
Windy is dedicated to applying her profession in social work to children with additional needs and their families in Hong Kong.
With her training in Hong Kong and the U.K., Michelle is passionate about providing professional and comprehensive support to children in order to help them recognise and develop their strengths, as well as achieve their full potential.
Naina approaches every child keeping in mind the biopsychological aspect of well-being and believes in understanding the child holistically.
Velika has extensive ABA experience in Hong Kong and the U.S. and is committed to play a crucial role in making a difference to children’s lives.