Bilingual Speech and Language Therapist
Christine Ching is a bilingual Speech and Language Therapist (English, Cantonese) and has practiced in the field of speech therapy for 18 years in Hong Kong. Beside a result-oriented private practice, She has vast experience in speech clinics at private, public hospitals, kindergartens and primary schools.
Christine has also been an expert consultant for the Macau government in developing speech therapy services for the cognitively and physically challenged. Her global experience includes internship posts in the children’s and general hospitals in Perth and Sydney, Australia and training in the approach of ‘Play Project’ to assist the children with Autism Spectrum Disorder.
Her experience and extensive clinical knowledge includes working with a range of communication difficulties, speech and articulation disorders, speech fluency, voice disorders, feeding issues, receptive and expressive language problems and social communication skills problems.
She works with the complete age range of infants to adults and senior citizens. Christine especially enjoys working with children with different needs and diagnoses. Her enthusiastic compassionate and practical approach towards improving communication has endeared her with all the families she works with. Her approach of laying the foundation of functional need-based communication and then moving to fine tuning language and speech has earned her the respect of developmental paediatricians, teachers, parents and other therapists who work with special needs children.
Bachelor of Science -Speech & Hearing Science – The University of Hong Kong
Master of Medical Science (Distinction) – The University of Hong Kong
Diploma in Child Psychology – The Open University of Hong Kong
Registered Speech Therapist of Hong Kong – Member of Hong Kong Association of Speech Therapists