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  • Allied Health Professions Council (Full Registration)

Master of Occupational Therapy (Australia)

Qi Ting did her training at University of Sydney, where she had the experience of working with primary school children with difficulties in class. Since graduating in 2014, she has worked with a variety of populations ranging from children to the elderly in Singapore hospital and community settings. In her years of practice, Qi Ting has supported many individuals and families, helping them to achieve their goals.


As a mother of 2, Qi Ting sees each child as a unique individual and is passionate in helping children and their families function optimally in their environments. Adopting a family-centred and relationship-based approach, she strives to connect with each child and family, and work on goals that are important to them.


Qi Ting is dedicated in the work she does and actively engages in professional development in order to provide effective and evidence-based therapy in her sessions.

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  • DIR Floortime 101 by ICDL

  • Working With Autistic Children And Their Families by Maria Baldino, OTD, MS, OTR/L, BCP and Rebecca Coffin, MS, CCC-SLP

  • Certificate in Ayres Sensory Integration Module 1 by CLASI (ongoing)

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