At Bridge, it is more than a job. We are a team of passionate, energetic, dynamic and fun-loving family. Meet our team and learn how we support students with Special Education Needs (SEN).
Our Leadership Team formulates our schools’ direction and is committed to bringing Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA) services to various educational organizations. The leadership team also oversees the educational team.
Our Education Team oversees the learning progress of the students and the training of our therapists. The team works closely with our therapist and the families we serve.
Our passionate team of therapists provides the backbone to Bridge Academy. They work with our students and their families directly providing both one on one and group therapy across a variety of settings; our centres, schools and home environments.
Each therapist has achieved a minimum bachelor’s degree from local and overseas university, as well as in-house Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA) training. The team receives continuous and rigorous supervision from our clinical leads. Currently, our senior therapists have completed their Registered Behaviour Technician (RBT) and some are currently studying towards their Board Certified Behaviour Analyst (BCBA).
This team is behind the warm and relaxed environment that you will find at Bridge Academy. It is one which we are proud of, as it promotes the fun and engaging time each student spends with us. Our therapists strive to build rapport with each student, whilst working closely with their programme supervisors to implement each student’s individualised plan.
At Bridge, it is more than a job. We are a team of passionate, energetic, dynamic and fun-loving family. With a mission to serve the families with Special Education Needs (SEN), we are looking for like-minded people to join our family to make an impact on the families we serve.
Working with SEN children is challenging yet fulfilling. We are looking for people with:
Victor is passionate about education. He strongly believes that children with learning challenges can discover their true potential if schools provide the right environment and remain relentlessly focused on providing high quality of teaching. He founded Bridge Academy in 2014, a school providing Applied Behaviour Analysis ( ABA) services for children with learning difficulties aged 2 and above. More than 300 special education needs (SEN) children has received ABA services since 2014.
Victor has also founded Bridge AI, a company using Artificial Intelligence (AI), big data and video and audio communication systems to support e-learning of SEN children. He is now collaborating with Hong Kong Applied Science and Technology Research Institute (ASTRI) in a project funded by the Hong Kong Innovative and Technology Bureau (ITB) to develop the Integrated Intelligent Intervention-learning system (3i-learning system) that tailors the individual needs of students with SEN.
Victor is a Doctor of Education student at The Education University of Hong Kong and holds a master’s degree in accounting from the Hong Kong Polytechnic University. He is also a speaker at IEEE conferences about next-generation technologies for people with cognitive and learning disabilities.
Dr. Chan is active in giving public and professional educational talks including child behavioural and developmental problems, ASD, ADHD, parenting and other common pediatric problems.
Dr. Chan graduated from The University of Hong Kong and obtained his Master degree in Pediatrics at the National University of Singapore. In his postgraduate training, he went to the Department of Pediatrics of Princess Margaret Hospital, and received advanced training in child neurology, developmental and behavioural medicine in Princess Margaret Hospital, Child Psychiatry Unit of Kwai Chung Hospital and Child Assessment Centre of Department of Health.
He is now the Honorary Consultant Pediatrician at Hong Kong Baptist Hospital.
Bachelor of Medicine & Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS)
Master of Medicine in Pediatrics, National University of Singapore (MMed)(Paed)(Singapore)
Member of Royal College of Pediatrics and Child Health (MRCPCH)
Fellow of Hong Kong College of Pediatrician (FHKCPaed)
Fellow of Hong Kong Academy of Medicine (FHKAM(Paed)
Diploma in Child Health (HKCPaed)
Diploma in Child Health (International)(RCPCH)
Dr. Chui is a registered Chinese Medicine Practitioner of HKSAR with over 18 years of clinical experience having encountered over 100,000 patient consultations. He has led many clinical trials in integrated western and Chinese medicines, by utilizing laboratory parameters to reflect the therapeutic effects of different Chinese medicine formulae on various clinical conditions including aging, vascular damage, liver cirrhosis, Parkinsons’s disease, metabolic syndrome, allergic rhinitis and infertility
Dr. Chui is a distinguished professional in research, medical and business operations. He obtained his first doctoral degree in Clinical Biochemistry from the Chinese University of Hong Kong in 1990 and his second doctoral degree in Chinese Medicine from the Hong Kong Baptist University in 2004.
He is also the Managing Director of Diagnostix Medical Centre Ltd, CEO of Modern TCM Ltd, Diagnostix Food Testing Ltd and Diagnostix Chinese Medicine Testing Ltd. His clinics in Chinese medicine were also one of the first in Hong Kong to be awarded ISO accreditation (Consultation and Drug Dispense) by the British Standards Institute (BSI). He is also running the first Chinese medicine out-patient clinic in a Hong Kong non-profit making Catholic hospital (Precious Blood Hospital).
Albert is a fervent and passionate educator for Special Educational Needs (SEN) children. He has worked with SEN children for over 20 years. Beginning in Los Angeles, he worked with visually-impaired individuals for 3 years before moving to Hong Kong in 2002 and started his career in the field of Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA).
In the span of 2 decades, Albert has served over 500 families of SEN children. During this time, he has trained hundreds of parents, empowering each family with ABA skills and helping them gain clarity into the paths ahead. He has worked collaboratively with numerous schools and paraprofessional educators in Hong Kong, providing comprehensive and consistent education for SEN children. He has trained young children foundational learning skills and tools to thrive in school and in our society.
Kelvin has worked with children with special education needs (SEN) since 2014, with extensive experience providing service to SEN children through 1-on-1 therapy, social groups and school shadowing.
Kelvin holds a Master degree of education in ABA and Autism from Endicott College, and a Bachelor degree of social sciences (major in psychology) from the University of Hong Kong.
Christine has now spent more than 14 years working with children who have autism and other Special Educational Needs (SEN). She specialises in working with children in different settings including schools, hospitals, home environment and learning centres. Her professional expertise lies in conducting assessments; formulating Individualized Education Plans (IEPs), designing curriculums, supervising cases, and providing training for staff, teachers and parents. She does this through building target oriented workshops that fosters the receptiveness of children, parents, and teachers alike.
Christine holds a Master’s degree in Psychology from The University of Hong Kong, and a Bachelor’s degree of Social Science in Hearing and Speech from The University of Sydney in Australia. Christine worked extensively with different SEN students in Australia since 2007. In 2011, she relocated to Hong Kong and continues working with SEN using Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA).
Fiona has worked with individuals with Special Education Needs (SEN) in Singapore, Australia and Hong Kong since 2005. Since moving back to Hong Kong, she has worked with SEN individuals from 1 year 6 months to 12 years old in various agencies specializing in Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA).
She specialises in working with SEN children in various settings, such as school, home, learning centers and in community settings. She is responsible for designing Individualized Education Plans (IEP) and curriculum in programs. She supervises both the SEN individuals and therapists, and provides training to therapists, school teachers and parents. When working with individuals, she adopts the child-centered and person-centered approach.
Fiona is a certified psychological counsellor (HKPCA), holding a Master’s degree in Counselling from The University of Hong Kong and a Bachelor of Arts and Social Science in Psychology from National University of Singapore.
Ellen was trained and has worked with non-government organisations, kindergartens and the Education Bureau in Hong Kong. She provides psychological assessment and educational consultation services for children and has ample experience with gifted, intellectually-disabled, dyslexic children, children with autistic features, and also those with various other special needs.
Ellen currently provides consultation and support services to kindergartens-cum-nurseries, and special child care center (SCCC) operated by a non-profit organization in Hong Kong.
She is a Registered Educational Psychologist in United Kingdom and Hong Kong. She graduated from the University of Alberta (Canada) with a Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) degree, majoring in Psychology. She also obtained a Master of Education (M.Ed.) degree at the University of Manchester (the United Kingdom) and a Master of Educational and Child Psychology (M.E.C.P.) degree at the Hong Kong Polytechnics University (Hong Kong). Ms. Fok is also accredited by the University of Queensland (Australia) as a training provider of the “Positive Parenting Programme” (or “Triple P”).