BSc Occupational Therapy (HK Polytechnic University)
Sensory Integration Certified
Trained in Therapeutic Listening, Handwriting without tears and M.O.R.E
In 2009, Joyce was awarded HKSAR Government Scholarship Fund to complete her last clinical placement at the Women and Children’s hospital in Adelaide. In the same year, she graduated from the Hong Kong Polytechnic University with a bachelor’s degree in Occupational Therapy.
Joyce worked for two years in geriatrics at the Pamela Youde Nethersole Eastern Hospital, followed by four years as an occupational therapist at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital. During her time working under the Hong Kong Hospital Authority, she earned valuable clinical experiences in geriatrics, acute orthopaedics and paediatrics.
In 2014, she joined Heep Hong Society, a non-profit organisation helping children and adults with special educational needs (SEN). In 2021 Joyce moved into the private sector to work with individual schools and provide occupational therapy to their students – and this is how she came to know of and join our SPOT team.
To enhance her professional knowledge and skills in the paediatric field, Joyce completed the course of ‘Therapeutic Listening: listening with the whole body’ and attained several qualifications, including: Sensory Integration, Handwriting without Tears and M.O.R.E. (Integrating the mouth with sensory and postural functions).