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What Would You Like to Know?

You’ve Got Questions - I’ve Got Answers

What's the best way to book an appointment?

Directly contact me via email at, or Whatsapp on +852 6587 9692. I will respond within one working day.

How much does it cost?

Different pricing options are available for home visits, clinic, or school based sessions. I also offer package options for clients who need more regular therapy. For a full schedule of fees, please contact me at

Will insurance cover my visit?

Insurance policies in Hong Kong are all different, so it is best to ask your provider directly. I can provide diagnostic reports/letters as required in order to support your claims process.

Will my child need a formal assessment?

I approach each child in a holistic manner, taking into account their presenting difficulties, background/previous therapy, family preferences, and school requirements. As such, the need for a formal, standardised assessment is decided on a case by case basis, in collaboration with the family.

What is the duration of a session?

A standard clinic session is 50 minutes in duration, and includes a parent update either in person or via email/whatsapp. 
In-school sessions are 30 mins for Early Years and 45 mins for all other sessions.
Formal assessments may take up to 3 hours, or may be split into several shorter sessions in order to achieve the best results from the child.

How many sessions will my child need?

This is again influenced by a number of factors, including (but not limited to) the severity of the delay/disorder, family involvement, the motivation of the child, the therapy technique used, and the presence of any comorbid conditions.

If my child comes to see you, will they receive a formal diagnosis?

There are certain diagnoses which a speech-language therapist can diagnose (such as a speech, language, or fluency delay/disorder), however there are others which require the input of a multidisciplinary team, such as an occupational therapist, clinical psychologist, or audiologist. Another point to note is that a formal diagnosis is not always necessary, and it may be possible to progress with therapy based on the child's presentation rather than a formal diagnosis.

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