Our Founders

I believe that all children need an advocate. A person, be it his parents, a teacher, or a caregiver, who will champion them and make sure that they receive support to live a life of quality.

Roselyn leads the teachers in shadow support, collaborating with schools and professionals through integration, advocacy, and professional training.

Roselyn Vega Saez is a trained physiotherapist and experienced special education professional. She earned her Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy from the University of Perpetual Help, the Philippines and her Master’s Degree in Education in Special Education from Flinders University, Australia.

 

Roselyn has been working with children of different learning disorders since 1998 as a Physiotherapist. In 2000, she started working as a Special Educator with special schools such as AWWA, Genesis School, intervention and therapy centers and supporting the integration of students in mainstream schools. 

 

As a special education teacher, Roselyn has worked with students as young as 2 years old to 18 years old.  She uses different methodologies such as TEACCH, PECS, Social thinking strategies, Applied Behavioral Therapy, Orton-Gillingham Approach and Visualizing and Verbalizing (Linda Moodbell). 

 

In addition to this, Roselyn actively conducts parent and teacher training workshops, assembly talks to schools and holds a paramount position in an international parent support group.

ROSELYN VEGA SAEZ, HEAD OF SUPPORT

I believe that continuity is the keyword. To always work on how we can support continuity in  their learning from early childhood to school years, through adulthood towards independence.

Azalea develops the curriculum and works closely with teachers on program training and material development.

 

She holds a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from University of Wollongong, Australia, an Advanced Diploma In Early Intervention (Special Needs) by CET Academy Ngee Ann Polytechnic and a Diploma in Learning Disorders Management & Child Psychology, accredited by The College of Teachers, UK. She is currently pursuing her Master's in Education (Development Psychology) from NTU.

 

She has been working with children of different learning disorders in both special schools e.g. Autism Resource Centre (EIP) and mainstream schools since 2008.

 

Azalea received training in the professional course on The Greenspan Floortime Approach, Regulatory Sensory Processing Disorders Workshop and Meltdowns Workshop by The Greenspan Floortime Approach.

AZALEA ONG, HEAD OF INTERVENTION