Occupational Therapists Team

Rick Cheng

Rick Cheng

Rick is a New Zealand registered and trained occupational therapist. He joined Pro-Ed in 2004 and is the team leader. Rick has extensive experience within the field of occupational therapy for children with learning difficulties/developmental delays. He also specialises in teaching mainstream/gifted students and children with learning difficulties.

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Lorna Crawford

Lorna Crawford

Lorna is a NZ registered occupational therapist with occupational therapy Supervisor qualifications as well as being a Life Coach. She supervises our staff & is able to offer supervision to Occupational Therapists in other work areas. Her area of expertise include: assessment and treatment of visual perception, dyspraxia, attention difficulties, Autistic Spectrum Disorder. She also has extensive experience in tutoring English as a second language.

Cheryl Khoo

Cheryl Khoo

Cheryl is a New Zealand trained and registered occupational therapist. She has experience in working with and providing treatment for children with visual processing/perceptual difficulties, learning difficulties, and developmental delays. She has a passion for helping children to overcome obstacles that hinder their progress, whether that be in school or at home, so that they can achieve their full potential.

Emma Duncan

Emma Duncan

Emma is a New Zealand trained and registered occupational therapist. She has experience working with children with developmental delays, learning difficulties, and visual perceptual difficulties. She is passionate about working with children to build on existing strengths and work on areas of weakness, to enable them to reach their full potential at home or at school.

Hayley Browne

Hayley Browne

Hayley is a New Zealand trained and registered Occupational Therapist. She has experience in working with children who have Autistic Spectrum Disorder, ADHD, developmental delay and other learning difficulties. She is passionate about helping children reach their full potential at school, using their strengths and building on their areas of weakness. Hayley also teaches swimming part-time to children with a range of abilities.