Expert Team & Specialty

MEET THE EXPERTS

Faith Ng

Principal Director & Consultant Speech-Language Pathologist |
SPA (AU), APSSLH (APAC), IALP (MT), MASH (MY)

Master of Speech, Language and Communication (Advanced Studies) | City, University of London [expected to complete by September 2022]
Bachelor of Speech Pathology | Flinders University

Faith is a clinical consultant and certified Speech-Language Pathologist (multilingual) in Australia, Malaysia, China and other APAC countries. She specializes in child & adolescent speech, language, communication and feeding development. She is actively involved in Education, Healthcare and Social Care, bringing a wealth of experience and expertise in diagnostic assessment & therapy, telespeech consultation, parent coaching and teacher training. As an entrepreneur and co-founder, she leads business strategy, evidence-based practice and family-centered care at Blueprinsm. With the heart and mission to serve “every family, every child”, she envisions to enable nationwide access to quality Speech-Language Pathology care. Passionate in leadership and advocacy, she serves as an

President | Malaysian Association of Speech-Language & Hearing (MASH) 
Vice President | Asia Pacific Society of Speech, Language and Hearing (APSSLH)
Associate Director | Special Education Network & Inclusion Association (SENIA)
Clinical Instructor and Supervisor | The National University of Malaysia (UKM)
Founder | International Dysphagia Diet Standardisation Initiative Malaysia Reference Group (IDDSI)

Wayne Loong

Director | Co-Founder

Wayne Loong is a well-experienced HR Consultant & Advisor who has deep passion in entrepreneurship and innovation. Over the past 10+ years, he has been involved in multiple Digital Transformation, HRM Development, Shared Support Services projects with various organisations i.e. Financial Institutions, Conglomerates and SMEs. On top of that, he is also a qualified Design Thinking (DT) coach who is keen in children development related topics. He had conducted workshops i.e. Monopoly Comes Alive – a financial literacy programme via gamification for kids below 12.

Heng Wei Moh

Board Certified Music Therapist|MT-BC (USA), NICU-MT (USA)

Bachelor of Music Therapy | The Berklee College of Music

Heng Wei is a certified Music Therapist and music educator in Malaysia. Her passion is for people and their achievements through different goals and methods, which result in the betterment of lifestyle and the people around them. She works with children and adults with different needs and abilities. Using goal-oriented methods, she educates teachers and tailors therapy to various areas of lifestyle, goals achievement and skills development. She believes that the therapist and educator in her are not created by accident, but instead by a culmination of education, skills, experiences and influential people over the years. She is passionate about helping people to achieve more in their lives and the lives of people around them.

Hoi Mun Lam

Board Certified Behavior Analyst | BACB (USA)

Master of Science (Applied Behaviour Analysis) | Bangor University
Bachelor of Science (Psychology) | Bangor University

Hoi Mun is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst who provides early intervention services to individuals with special needs using Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), an evidence-based practice for treating Autism. She works with many autistic individuals over the years and has utilized her specialty to support them in various areas – at home, at school, in the centre, 1 to 1, in group and through telehealth. She has also assisted families of individuals with special needs through conducting parent consultation and coaching. She believes that with her expertise in ABA and collaboration with other professionals, she could reach out to wider audiences and assist them in their holistic growth.

Evelyn Ngui

Clinical Psychologist | MSCP (MY)

Master of Psychology (Clinical) | The University of Science Malaysia
Bachelor of Science (Psychology & Communications) | Upper IOWA University

Evelyn is a Clinical Psychologist with a passion for bringing hope to children, adolescents, and adults with various needs. She specializes in the psychological assessments and intervention for clients experiencing neurodevelopmental, emotional, and behavioral difficulties. On top of Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, she is an avid believer in Acceptance and Commitment Therapy and has conducted an online delivery of mindfulness program to improve psychological wellbeing for medical doctors. She has worked both in rural and city settings, such as Kubang Kerian (Kelantan) and the CBD of Singapore. This has taught her the need to balance psychological skills with a heart for empathy in the helping profession. An active advocator for serving in the lives of those she is in contact with, Evelyn writes articles related to psychology on www.bridgingpsych.com and is an invited speaker on talks conducted by healthcare centers or universities.

Meythini Uthaya Kumar

Speech-Language Pathologist | MASH (MY)

Bachelor of Speech Sciences (Honours) | The National University of Malaysia

Meythini is a certified Speech-Language Pathologist and a member of the Malaysian Association of Speech-Language & Hearing. As a practitioner, she has worked with the pediatric population, conducting assessments and interventions. She strongly believes in facilitating children’s communication and empowering the caregivers.

Sim Luan Ng

Senior Occupational Therapist | AOTA (USA), MOTA (MY)

Bachelor of Occupational Therapy (Honours) | The National University of Malaysia

Sim Luan is a clinical consultant and registered Occupational Therapist. She has been working with special needs children and their families since 2009. Extensive professional trainings, certifications and experiences allow her to specialize in treating children with various conditions and diagnoses in a holistic way, with the primary focus on enabling children’s daily participation and caregiver empowerment. She intervenes to bring out the maximal potential of every special child and their rights to live their life to the fullest in the shared community. She has the passion in advocacy for inclusivity of special needs in shared community with her believe of “special but not less”.

Jie Yi P’ng

Senior Occupational Therapist | MOTA (MY)

Master of Occupational Therapy | The National University of Malaysia
Bachelor of Occupational Therapy (Honours) | The National University of Malaysia

Jie Yi is a certified Occupational Therapist. Over the past 10 years, she provides occupational therapy assessment and intervention for local and international children, adolescents and adults with various needs at private centers, NGOs, schools and workplaces. She believes in learning through fun ways, where intrinsic motivation drives an individual’s participation. She uses sensory integration (certification no.: 3964), neurodevelopmental treatment, therapeutic listening and many other intervention tools in her sessions. In addition to conducting workshops and trainings, she has been invited as a guest speaker on radio stations like Ai FM to increase public awareness. She believes that community plays an essential role to support individual with unique needs to thrive.

Aliah Ali

Occupational Therapist | MOTA (MY)

Bachelor of Occupational Therapy (Honours) | The MARA University of Technology
Diploma in Occupational Therapy | The MARA University of Technology

Aliah is an Occupational Therapist who has a passion for helping people live life to the fullest. She has a wide range of clinical experience working with newborns, toddlers, preschoolers and school-age children with various needs, such as Autism, ADD, ADHD, GDD, sensory processing disorder, etc. She is experienced in conducting assessments and implementing dynamic interventions in relation to neurodevelopmental, gross and fine motor, sensory, social-emotional regulation, adaptive behavior, self-help and independence, attention and executive function skills. She adopts international, evidence-based frameworks and methods such as the Ayres Sensory Integration. She hopes to share experiences and to support the needs of children and their caregivers.

Ting Ting Teo

Senior Special & Inclusive Educator

Master of Learning Intervention (Disability) | The University of Melbourne [expected to complete by December 2022]
PGDip in Special Education (Autism) | The National University of Malaysia
Bachelor of Education with Honours (Special Education) | The National University of Malaysia

Ting Ting is a Special Needs Educator who has more than 6 years of experience working in various early intervention settings. She specializes in teaching and supporting autistic children and their families, especially in terms of play and social skills. She is passionate about supporting autistic individuals to reach their potential and participate meaningfully in the community.

Jenevy Sidhu

Special & Inclusive Educator

Master of Clinical Psychology | UCSI University [expected to complete by September 2023]
Bachelor of Psychology (Honours) | HELP University

Jenevy is a Special & Inclusive Educator who has worked with children with developmental delays and disabilities (e.g., Autism, Behavior Disorders and Cerebral Palsy). She has over 5 years of experience working in private center, home, school and NGO settings, teaching individuals and groups. Trained as a Key Worker in Early Childhood Intervention (Noah’s Ark, Aus), she is equipped in family-centered practice to provide strategies and resources that uniquely meet the needs of each child. As an advocate for Early Intervention, she believes that a holistic Individualized Education Program is the key to improving the trajectory of each child’s development and quality of life.

Praveena Thavachelvan

Special & Inclusive Educator

Bachelor of Psychology (Honours) | HELP University

Praveena is a Special & Inclusive Educator with experience supporting children with special and diverse needs, especially social-emotional, behavioral and daily living skills. As an educator, she ensures that the needs and priorities of each child are accurately identified, in order to provide effective interventions. She believes that every child is unique and capable of being the best version of themselves, given consistent nurture, support and care from parents and educators.