Yetta Ma

    OT registration (Hong Kong & UK) 
    BSc (Hons) in Occupational Therapy 
    MSc in Rehabilitation of People with Developmental Disabilities
    Sensory Integration Certified / Ayres Sensory Integration®

    Yetta received her Occupational Therapy degree at the Hong Kong Polytechnic University in 2001. Throughout her 20 years clinical practice, she has worked across multiple clinical settings in England and Hong Kong, from university hospital, special schools to pre-school settings.

    Yetta moved to England in 2004 and worked at a university hospital where she completed all major clinical rotations in orthopedic, medical, neurology and community rehabilitation. Before she moved back to Hong Kong in 2010. Yetta has specialized in neurological rehabilitation in an acute stroke unit and ran a monthly splinting clinic for clients with neurological needs.

    From 2010 to 2019, she has worked at a special school (with both primary & secondary sectors) for children with multiple physical impairments, cerebral palsy, brain injuries, muscular dystrophy, congenital disorders, dyslexia, and those with sensory processing issues. During this period, Yetta completed her certification in Sensory Integration in 2013 and other professional trainings in fine motor, gross motor, and handwriting assessments.

    In 2019, Yetta further extended her clinical practice to pre-school aged children. She worked in an Early Education & Training Centre from which she has covered both clinical and educational roles. She worked with children with various SEN issues including autism, ADHD, sensory processing and integration issues, handwriting issues, developmental delay, and fine and gross motor challenges. Yetta was the clinical educator in the Clinical Education Unit, providing on-site clinical education to occupational therapy students from both the Hong Kong Polytechnic University and Tung Wah College.

    In 2018 Yetta commenced her masters degree in rehabilitation for children with developmental disabilities and is expected to finish by the end of 2021.