Kidsogenius is one of the established speech centre in Malaysia.It is founded in October 2010. Kidsogenius Speech Centre is dedicated to provide professional and caring speech-language therapy for children with various speech and/ or language impediments. The centre has grown in the recent years and now covers speech-language therapy and occupational therapy for paediatric client groups across Cheras (main), Kuala Lumpur and Damansara, Petaling Jaya, PJ (branch).
Kidsogenius strives to provide quality speech-language and occupational therapy in a clinical setting. Our professional team of qualified speech-language therapists/ pathologists and occupational therapists offer diagnostic and therapeutic services to individuals and their families based on clinical skill, ethical practice and a commitment to individualized care.
We strongly believe in holistic based treatment . Apart from clinical based therapy, Kidsogenius also offers play group and social group therapy once a month, home and school visits when necessary, enabling our clients to reach their full potential in all environments.
Kidsogenius also provides early intervention and special education programme. Assisstive & Alternative Learning Programme(AALP) is a system of services that helps toddlers, pre-schoolers and school-age children with developmental delays and learning disabilities, to achieve basic life skills that typically lead them to be independent during adulthood.
Ms Angela Yew Wei Ching
B.Speech Sc. (Hons) USM
Ms Cheryl Siow Yee Kuan
B.Speech Sc. (Hons) UKM
Ms Jane Chong Juoh Chee
Ms Rohaiza Azreen
Ms Tan Sze Mei
B.Science, Occupational Therapy,
Chung Shan Medical University, Taiwan
History of Speech Therapy in Malaysia
The field of Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology in Malaysia was introduced in Malaysia in the 1960s by American Peace Corps. and British Voluntary Service. However it was only in 1985 that an initial interest in forming an association began. It started with a meeting between two local and four expatriate speech-language pathologists and audiologists. Later in December 1992, a group of three local and five expatriate professionals resumed the interest.
In 1994 a proterm committee was formed to officially register the association as a professional body representing the speech-language pathologists and audiologists in Malaysia. The Malaysian Association of Speech-Language and Hearing (MASH) was of officially registered with the Registrar of Societies on December 26 1995. It started with just six members but was a proud day for all speech-language pathologists and audiologists in the country. The first Annual General Meeting of MASH was held at Malaysian Care in Kuala Lumpur on March 26 1996. Since then, membership number grew steadily over the years.