Ms Lorelle graduated from the University of Queensland Australia with a Bachelor of Speech Pathology and obtained a Diploma in Special Education from the National Institute of Education Singapore.
Lorelle has 20 years of clinical experience in the field of Speech and Language Pathology with Singapore’s Ministry of Health, National Council of Social Services, Preschools, Child Development & Therapy and Ministry of Education. Her professional registration includes Allied Health Professional Council (AHPC Full Registration Licence) and Speech, Language, Hearing Association of Singapore. She has keen interest in brain development and theories.
She has worked with children in preschool, primary school and youths as well as those with learning difficulties and special needs. She also trains parents and caregivers on child training, learning and motivation.
Ms Beckie graduated with a Diploma in Special Education from National Institute of Education in 2005 and a Certificate in Autism from Autism Resource Center in 2009.
Beckie has more than 15 years of experience working with special needs children ranging from age 3 to 17 years of age. Her former work experience with Rainbow Centre, AWWA and Metta School has rendered her the necessary skills to manage all kinds of behaviuoral issues in children and youth.
She is proficient in Assessment, Evaluation and Programming System (AEPS), executing Individual Education Plan (IEP), Picture Exchange Communications System (PECs) and TEACCH Approach.
Mr Gavin is a qualified NIE-trained Special Educator who has over 20 years of experience working with children, aged 5-16 years old, diagnosed with Global Developmental Delay, Autism Spectrum Disorders, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder and other learning needs.
His previous experience at AWWA School, Metta School and Grace Orchard School has deepened his motivation to help childern with learning difficulties develop skills which are instrumental to maximising their potential.
Gavin is passionate in the work of building inclusiveness and the integration of individuals with different abilities and needs into the mainstream education system.