Providing quality therapy services.
For children and adolescents with special needs or those with speech, language, social and communication difficulties. We also offer therapy for feeding and swallowing difficulties.
At the comfort of your home, at Summer's Therapy Services' Centre or other centres.
Summer's Therapy Services
AssessmentAt Summer's, we look at what the child can do, not what the child cannot do. Standardised assessments: We provide assessments using standardised tests such as CELF-P2, CELF-4, PLS and GFTA. The aim is to compare your child's abilities to that of other children of his/her age. Non-standardised assessments: We also provide assessments using our in-house assessment framework. Areas of assessment include pre-linguistics skills, communication, receptive and expressive language, speech, social skills and feeding skills. The aim is to identify your child's strengths as well as areas of needs.
Standardised & Non-
TherapyAt Summer’s, we work on the most functional skills.
Individual Sessions: Each session is typically an hour, once or twice a week. It focuses on very specific skills. Group Sessions: Each session is an hour, weekly or fortnightly, in a group of 3-4 children, working mainly on language and social skills.
Individually & In Groups
ConsultationsAt Summer’s, we give the best advice. Wherever you need.
Clinical Consultation: We provide ad-hoc consultation sessions for both local and overseas children. The focus is to provide a home plan for caregivers to follow-up at home. Administrative Consultation: We also provide consultation for organisations/companies which require advice and guidance for the development of their therapy services.
Local & Overseas
VisitationsAt Summer’s, we want your child to succeed in all areas of his/her life. Wherever you need. Therapy Sessions: Therapy sessions may be held in school and/or educational center depending on the needs of your child. The aim is to help your child generalise his/her newly learnt skills at school and/or center.Parent-Teacher Conferences: It usually takes about an hour, with the sharing of your child’s progress in therapy, forward plans and recommendations to support your child in class.Sharing Sessions: It usually takes at least two hours, with an hour of child observation in class and an hour of team meeting to share observations and recommendations to support your child in class.
Schools & Centers
TrainingsAt Summer’s, we love to show you what we do, so that you can be your child’s best therapist. Wherever you need. We provide both local and overseas trainings. We cover a wide range of topics, and the teaching methods vary accordingly to ensure optimal learning. We also customise trainings to suit your needs, as long as it is within our professional abilities. It can be for a small group of parents or large group of staff from an organisation/company.
Clinical SupervisionAt Summer’s, we want to contribute to the future of the helping profession. Starting right at our home… our Singapore. Summer’s provides supervision for both students and practising therapists. For Students: We follow the guidelines provided by their respective universities. For Newly Qualified Therapists: We follow the AHPC supervisory framework strictly. For Other Practising Therapists: We employ Summer’s in-house supervision framework.
Students & Therapy Practitioners
TelepracticeAt Summer’s, we try all ways to support you and your child. Wherever you need. Telepractice is the application of telecommunications technology such as Zoom and Skype to the delivery of speech therapy services at a distance by linking the therapist to you and your child for assessment, intervention and/or consultation. Like any assessment, therapy or consultation session, a telepractice session will be an hour. It can be once or twice a week, or it can be at an ad-hoc basis, depending on the needs and suitability of your child.
Skype & Google Hangout
Sum Hui Ting
Founder, Clinical Director & Speech Therapist
“I am a fully registered Speech Therapist under the Allied Health Professional Council (Singapore).
I started my journey with a Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work and Psychology from the National University of Singapore, and subsequently furthered my studies with a Bachelor’s Degree (Hons) in Speech Pathology from La Trobe University (Melbourne, Australia).
I find great passion and joy in knowing that my work not only adds to a child’s quality of life, but also to their parents. This brings about a sense of purpose and value in my work. I hope that my home services would add value not only for your child, but the entire community, one child at a time, right at home." Credentials
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