Our Team

Annie Leung, BSW, RSW, Executive Director

With a Bachelor of Social Work, Annie has had 30 years of front line as well as administration experiences working in various social work settings including youth work services, drug addiction treatment services, family counseling, probation services, psychiatric social work services. She had been an administrator of a specialized training centre for preschoolers with multiple handicaps supervising 24 interdisciplinary team members of different expertise before her emigration to Canada. Annie then committed herself in some day programs setting, home-based training, job venture supports and residential services for persons with developmental disabilities and more.

Annie is the member of Ontario Association of Social Workers. She had developed her commitment and enthusiasm in the service for persons with developmental disabilities. With her perseverance and visions, she is dedicated to supporting more persons with developmental disabilities and other exceptional needs in the community in order to enrich their community living.


Our Staff Team is experienced, well trained with related educational qualifications. They are enthusiastic and are willing to commit in providing quality services for all trainees.

Shirley Wong, Administration Officer

Shirley Lau, BA, Program Officer

Shirley involves herself in the training field since early 2011. She holds Bachelor of Arts Honors degree and a diploma in Graphic Design. She had 8 years of working experiences in community services before joining our team. She is creative and enthusiastic for exploring trendy products and other new discoveries. Her other skills include dancing, piano playing, yoga, art and craft etc. She is willing to share her talents with her trainees and is able to work out a practical strategy to help different trainees express it out at their ability levels.

Connie Lau, MEd, Program Officer

Connie has 12 years of teaching experiences in education field for students with different developmental disabilities particularly Autism. She is sensitive to address the needs of each student and can effectively apply her knowledge and teaching skills to meet the ability needs of her students. She is enthusiastic, ethical and professional. She is committing herself in running a quality structured day program for adults as well as personal growth enhancement program for persons of different ages particularly for young kids and children.

Ida Lau, MSc, Program Officer

Ida has more than 11 years of teaching experiences in high school. She is a caring, considerate, diligent and accountable teaching staff. She has talents in making use of available resources to facilitate her training. With her genuine character and charisma, her trainees enjoy to learn from her. Ida is in charge of carrying out simple cooking and creating some artworks in order to acquire their potential strengths and growth.

Karen Wong, MSc, Cert. ITIL, NCCP I, Program Officer

Karen received her Bachelor degree in Canada. She then completed her Master of Science in University of Hong Kong. Before her migration to Canada, she has over 15 years of experience in training & education services with recognized strengths in designing courseware and learning solutions on technology and business processes. With experiences in teaching people from 6-60 years old on various aspects including sports, customer services, technology and academic studies etc, she is sensitive to adjust learning objectives of different students and help them achieve their goals. She is now committing her badminton coaching in elementary level. She expressed her interests on extending her expertise in teaching persons with developmental disabilities. With her qualifications and her past teaching records, she is capable of individualizing the life skills programs to meet the training objectives.

Benson Chiu, Program Officer

Maggie Sin, OT Reg. (Ont.)

Maggie Sin holds a Master of Science degree in Occupational Therapy from the University of Toronto. She is a registered Occupational Therapist (OT) with the College of Occupational Therapists of Ontario. Maggie has experience working with people with developmental disabilities of all ages to reach goals in various aspects of life, e.g. school, community, home, self care, and leisure. She has worked with people with autism, Down syndrome, Prader-Willi syndrome, cerebral palsy, global developmental delays, and emotional dysregulation. She also has a Bachelor of Arts in Kinesiology (Honors Specialization), with a second Major in Rehabilitation Sciences, from the University of Western Ontario.