Mr. LI Pak-Ho Simon
Chairman, Management Committee, Fuhong Society of Macau
The list is in alphabetical order.
Prof. CHAN Che-Hin, Chetwyn
Associate Vice President (Learning and Teaching) and Chair Professor of Rehabilitation Sciences, Director of the University Research Facility in Behavioral and Systems Neuroscience, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Professor Chetwyn Chan is Associate Vice President (Learning and Teaching), Chair Professor of Rehabilitation Sciences and Director of the University Research Facility in Behavioral and Systems Neuroscience at The Hong Kong Polytechnic University. He was Head of the Department of Rehabilitation Sciences from 2005 to 2010, and Associate Dean of the Faculty of Health and Social Sciences from 2008 to 2011. In 2005, he was a visiting scholar in the Department of Psychology, Harvard University. Professor Chan has been an elected Fellow of the American Psychological Association since 2008 and Fellow of the Hong Kong Psychological Society since 2007. He is Associate Editor of two international journals, one of which is a leading journal in occupational rehabilitation. In 2008, in recognition of his contributions to psychology and rehabilitation sciences, Professor Chan received the Global Leadership in Rehabilitation Science Award from Virginia Commonwealth University in the United States. In 2011, he received the Alumni Honour Award from the University of Alberta in recognition of his influence on research and education development in rehabilitation in Asia.
Professor Chan is a Council Member of The Education University of Hong Kong and The Hong Kong Council for Accreditation of Academic and Vocational Qualifications, and member of the Quality Assurance Council of the University Grants Committee. He is the Vice-Chairperson of the Executive Committee of The Hong Kong Society for Rehabilitation. He is also the Honorary Advisor to the Council of SAHK (formerly “The Spastics Association of Hong Kong”), and member of the Hospital Government Committees of Princess Margaret Hospital and Kwai Chung Hospital, and Chairman of the Advisory Committee on Social Work Training and Manpower Planning appointed by the Secretary for Labour and Welfare, and member of the School Allocation Committee of Education Bureau, and member of Committee on Self-financing Post-secondary Education of Education Bureau and member of the Professional Services Advancement Support Scheme Vetting Committee of the Commerce and Economic Development Bureau.
Prof. CHANG Sio-Nga, Kay
Department of Psychology
Faculty of Social Sciences (FSS)
Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology- California School of Professional Psychology, San Francisco Bay Area, California, USA
M.A. in Clinical Psychology – California School of Professional Psychology, San Francisco Bay Area, California, USA
B.A. Double major: Anthropology and Psychology – University of Hawaii, Manoa, Hawaii, USA
California Licensed Clinical Psychologist, California, USA
American Psychological Association (APA) pre-doctoral psychological internship – Central California Psychological Consortium, Fresno, California, USA
International Certified Alcohol & Drug Counselor (ICADC)
Certified Substance Abuse Counselor (CSAC), Hawaii, USA
Hong Kong Psychological Society
Macau Government Registered Medical Providers
Trauma, creativity, assessment, positive psychology, program evaluation, Indigenous Psychology and Constructivism
Research Projects Collaboration
External Research Grant Projects:
2008 – Present Co-investigator
Gambling Activity Participation Among Casino Employees博彩從業員參與博彩活動研究. A joint project with GamingManagementCenter(Universityof Macau, FBA) and Social Welfare Department of Macau Government. Principle Investigator: Dr. Fong, Ka Chio, Davis.
2006 – 2007 Collaborator for Macau
Gelotophobia: A Multi-National Study of 30 Countries funded by Universityof Zurich. Principle Investigator: Prof. Dr. Willibald Ruch.
2005 – 2007 Co-investigator
Contributing Factors of Youth Problem Gambling青年問題賭博之形成研究. A joint project with GamingManage
Ms. CHEONG Pak-Leng, Joe
Minister, Department of International Affairs, Nurses Association of Macau
Master of Nursing, University of Wollongong, Australia
Bachelor of Science in Nursing, Kiang Wu Nursing College of Macau
Registered Nurse (Macau)
European Resuscitation Council BLS Instructor
Nurses Human Resource
Ms. CHEUNG Lai-Yee, Mary
Visiting Instructor, Macao Polytechnic Institute
社會服務 : 澳門扶康會創會會員，歷屆理事會成員。
2007年至現職: 澳門理工學院 公共行政學系兼職講師，曾教授科目包括 : 心理學導論，社會學導論；社會心理學；公共行政學導論；哲學導論；比較公共行政學；質量管理；人際關係;倫理學，中國歷史與文化 等
2004-2007 : 澳門社工學院 社會工作系講師，曾教授科目包括 : 心理學導論；社會問題；社會科學研究方法 等。
1996-2003 : 香港太古城物業管理有限公司 居民聯絡經理 主要工作 : 處理及跟進居民(約壹萬三千住戶)投訴，聯絡居民組織業主會，管理太古城內一切康樂設施，籌劃居民康樂活動 等。 獲獎項 : 商界顯關懷獎；居民感謝獎；社會責任獎提名。
1992-1996 : 澳門大學 社會及人文學系全職講師 曾教授科目包括: 人力資源管理；辦公室行政；行政理論；組織行為；公共政策；公共行政學導論；社會科學研究方法。
1989-1991 : 香港通利音樂基金會 行政經理 主要工作: 通利琴行豁下六間音樂學校校長，負責管理校務及一切音樂推廣活動。
Mr. Friedrich MEHRHOFF
Deutsche Vereinigung fur Rehabilitation (DGUV), Germany
Dr. jur. Friedrich Mehrhoff as a lawyer act as director of strategic rehabilitation issues in the German Federation of Insurers against Work Accidents (DGUV) in Berlin (Germany) until October 2018 (retirement). Many stakeholders still ask for his recommendations nationally and internationally in return to work strategies. He chaired the group who prepared the ISSA-Guidelines (Geneva) on return to work and he acted as father of the Disability Management in Germany and increased this program as an economic and social investment worldwide. He is member of the Executive Board of Rehabilitation International (RI) and chairs the Commission on Work and Employment in this World Organization (New York). He is looking for strategic partners worldwide to find efficient strategies for employing persons with disabilities in an inlusive labour market. Recently he started a study on behalf of the German Labour Ministry for identifying good examples of barrier-free private enterprises all over the world.
Prof. Jacky Ho
Director of Macau Healthy Lifestyle Research Centre
Dr Jacky Ho completed his studies in Health Sciences at the Faculty of Medicine and Health from the University of Sydney (Australia), specialized in Gerontology, dementia and sleep science. He has established the Department of Innovative Social Work and the Macau Healthy Lifestyle Research Centre which also appointed as the Head of the department at the City University of Macau. His research interest including ‘ageing and health’, ‘hypertension and CVD’, ‘chronic diseases prevention and management’, ‘dementia and social support’, ‘physical activity’, ‘sleep physiology and pathology’ and ‘occupational health and risk’. His current study is focusing on the establishment of community-based telemedicine and chronic diseases management model in Macau and the Greater Bay Area. He has published on international and peer-reviewed journals including ‘American Journal of Hypertension’, ‘Asia Pacific Journal of Public Health’, ‘Journal of Sleep Research’, ‘Journal of Women’s Health’, ‘Steroid Biochemistry and Molecular Biology’ and ‘Journal of Public Health Nutrition’. He has often been invited as keynote speaker at international conferences and symposiums and has served as an expert member on the Macau Social Worker Professional Registration and Licensing drafting committee. He has actively participated and served as consultant and board member in several organizations including the Macau Social Workers Association, Macau Hypertension Alliance, Macau Alzheimer Disease Association and Hung Wing Sport Association.
Prof. HO Ka-Lee, Carrie
School of Education, University of Saint Joseph
Carrie is an Assistant Professor of University of Saint Joseph major in Arts, Creativity, and Early Childhood Education. She has more than 30 years of experience in Performing Arts productions and has 10 years of experience in supporting SEN children and their family as a Licensed Therapist. She is also appointed as a Drama Examiner of Hong Kong Arts Development Council (ADC) and a Subject Specialist (Performing Arts) of The Hong Kong Council for Accreditation of Academic and Vocational Qualifications (HKCAAVQ) since 2006. Carrie interests in cross-cultural and transdisciplinary arts-based research on aesthetics, education, spirituality, SEN supports, applied theatre and research theater with lens of postmodernism.
Prof. HUANG Dong-Feng
Director, WHO Collaborating Centre for Rehabilitation
黃東鋒 教授、主任醫師，博士生導師。現任世界衛生組織康復合作中心主任（Head, WHO Collaborating Centre for Rehabilitation）、中山大學附屬第一醫院物理醫學康復醫學教研室主任，中山醫學院康復治療學系主任、新華學院康復醫學系主任。還任廣東中大新華人文與健康科學研究院院長；廣東省康復醫學與臨床轉化工程技術研究中心主任。
美國紐約大學Rusk康復醫學研究所高級研究學者（2010.03. ~ 2011.03.）。
現任國際物理醫學與康復醫學會國際交流委員會亞澳區主任（Director，Continent of Asia-Australia of International Exchange Committee，ISPRM）；中國康復醫學會第六屆常務理事兼副秘書長、康復醫學教育專業委員會副主任委員；中國醫師協會康復醫師分會副會長；中國醫師協會整合醫學分會整合康復醫學專業委員會第一屆主任委員；世界中醫藥學會疼痛康復專業委員會副會長；廣東省殘疾人康復協會會長等。
Mr. Khaled El-Mohtar
President and Representative of Rehabilitation International – Arab Region
Enjoying Lebanese Republic National Award granted by Lebanese President, 2004.
Acting as the Honorary Consul of Cyprus in Lebanon between 1987- 1992.
Volunteer, entirely dedicated for Humanitarian, Social and Development activities since 1993.
Representative of Lebanese Minister of Social Affairs in the National commission for Disability.
Founding member and Chairman of the National Rehabilitation and Development Center, 1980-2016.
Rehabilitation International Deputy Vice President (2000-2005) and Vice- President for the Arab Region (2006-2013)
Founding member and President of the Rehabilitation International-Arab Region Organization (RIAR).
Founding member and Deputy General Coordinator of Lebanese Voluntary NGO’s.
Vice President of Lebanese Union of Health Mutual Funds.
RI- Foundation Board Member.
Chairman of RI- Social Commission
Member of Lebanese Economic and Social Council, and Raporteur of the the Development and Human Rights Committee.
Prof. KONG Yiu-Wah, Chris
The Department of Social and Behavioral Sciences at City University of Hong Kong
Dr. Kong has been developing his own expertise on youth work with special emphasis on working with young people and offenders. He is one of the pioneers to advocate “Restorative Practices” as a form of “Family Group Conference” to combat the upsurge of bullying incidents in Hong Kong, Macao and Mainland China by ways of direct conferencing practice and research. From 2015-2010, he had been the consultant of Macau SAR Social Work Bureau on service quality improvement, especially for rehabilitation and elderly hostel services. Before joining the territory education sector, he is an experienced social work supervisor, specialized in organizing and supervising youth counseling services for less motivated clients for eighteen years. His research experiences covered the effectiveness study on harm reduction propaganda, peer counseling on smoking prevention, non-governmental organization quality audit and restorative practices in Hong Kong. His current research interests include program evaluation, social service performance and quality enhancement, and validating psychometric properties of personality measurement for Chinese People.
Prof. LAM Long-Wai
Professor of Faculty of Business Administration of the University of Macau
林朗為教授現為澳門大學工商管理學院管理系教授和管理及市場學系系主任。林教授於香港中文大學畢業後 ，赴美國取得密西根州立大學工商管理碩士以及俄立岡州大學管理學博士學位。他曾為澳門威尼斯人、澳門美高梅 、澳門美國商會、澳門電信管理局、高等教育輔助辦公室、 和香港中旅集團等提供高管培訓課程、諮詢服務及演講。林教授亦曾接受南華早報、澳廣視、澳門商業日報和澳門論壇日報等媒體邀請發表他對澳門勞動市場、旅遊業及奢侈品消費的看法。 他也曾經擔任『亞洲博彩 – 卓越管理』培訓課程 2014及澳門扶康會海峽兩岸暨港澳地區社會企業創新論壇二○一七 的討論會主持人。林教授目前從事的研究領域包括：顧客不文明行為、領導力和前線員工的組織認同。他曾經發表過文章的學術期刊包括《Journal of Applied Psychology》、 《Journal of Management》、和《Human Relations》等。
Dr. Oliveros LAO, Jenny
Assistant Professor, Faculty of Administration and Leadership, University of Saint Joseph
Jenny Oliveros Lao Phillips is the Dean of the School of Business and Law at the University of Saint Joseph. Prior to her current position, Prof. Phillips held the positions of Registrar and Head of Public Relations Office, on top of her Academic career at USJ since 2008. Prof. Phillips holds a PhD in Business Administration, an MBA in Management, and an MA in English Literature. She is now a Post-Doctoral researcher at the Faculty of Human Science at the Catholic University of Portugal (Católica Lisbon) working on a research project bridging cognitive science in empathy and literature studies in catharsis focusing on the tragic theatre. Prof. Phillips has taught a wide range of courses including: Entrepreneurship, Marketing, Global Strategy, Creative Writing, and Literature. Her research interests include family business management, social entrepreneurship, organizational behavior and innovation, empathy and catharsis in tragedy and the modern theatre. And she writes a bi-weekly column Made in Macao on Macao’s culture and tradition for the local English Newspaper Macau Daily Times.
Mr. LEUNG Kai-Yin
Lecturer, Macao Polytechnic Institute’s Social Work programme
Dr. LI Ping-Ying, Eria
Senior Academic Consultant, Graduate School, The Education University of Hong Kong
香港大學博士學位； 美國職業治療碩士學位 ； 香港註冊職業治療師；1985年開始從事發展障礙人士的復康及社會共融工作：包括臨床執業、服務管理及發展、大學教學、博士論文指導、科研、學術著作及顧問服務。有關發展障礙的科研論文，分別刊登於香港及海外的學術期刊。現為香港教育大學特殊學習需要與融合教育中心顧問，也是香港自閉症聯盟 (Autism Hong Kong) 顧問。此外，也參與國內、澳門及柬埔寨的復康服務發展、融合教育的推動工作及顧問服務。目前是香港自閉症復康及教育的專家顧問。
Mr. LING Ho-Wan, Howard
Chief Consultant, Social Enterprise Business Centre
Howard Ling is the Chief Consultant of Social Enterprise Business Centre. He founded several social enterprises such as Harvester, Happy Veggies, Bijas, Ateen, Goodnuts, Happy Ours, tfvsjs, Angelchild, and Jajambao food truck (more details at linghoward.com). These social businesses employ different underprivileged groups according to their strengths not weaknesses. Howard has helped many non-profit organizations to set up more than 30 social enterprises, which employ over hundreds of the disabled people, including those of visual and hearing impairments, physical handicaps, and autism. He was awarded the Medal of Honour (MH) in 2017 and the Hong Kong Humanity Award for his dedicated public and community service, particularly his contributions to the development of social enterprises. Howard Ling holds a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Illinois, a Master degree in Business Administration from the The Chinese University of Hong Kong, and graduated from INSEAD Social Entrepreneurship programme.
Home Affairs Bureau (HKSAR) – Social Enterprise Advisory Committee Member (2009 to 2015)
Administrative Appeal Board – Panel Member (2015 to Present)
Social Welfare Bureau (Macau SAR) – Consultant of Social Enterprise Scheme
The Yeh Family Philanthropy – Grant Committee member
Baptist University – Adjunct Associate Professor
Lingnan University – Programme Advisor of Lingnan Entrepreneurship Initiative
The Chinese University of Hong Kong – Vetting Panel Member of Sustainable Knowledge Transfer Project Fund
Ms. Pauliina LAMPINEN
Executive Director of VAMLAS -Supporting Foundation for Children and Youth with Disabilities
Executive Director, VAMLAS -Supporting Foundation for Children and Youth with Disabilities, March 2012 –
The VAMLAS Foundation is one of the oldest disability organisations in Finland, founded in 1889 by a teacher, Vera Hjelt. Today the Foundation promotes equal opportunities and inclusion of children and youth with disabilities. We are 28 in total staff and we run approximately a 2 million euros budget.
We provide housing services for students with disabilities, we help families with disabled children by providing legal help and consultation in getting the right services. We focus especially in promoting inclusion in all education and transition from school to employment. We also promote inclusion in social life and hobbies by organizing summer camps, and various events to support children and youth with disabilities to take part in social activities.
SOSTE ry. Finnish Federation for Social Affairs and Health
Council member, 2015-
Member of Execuive Committee and chair of policies and services commission
Rehabilitation Finland, Chair 2015-
Board member, 2012-2015
FIBS -leading non-profit corporate social responsibility network in Finland
Board member, 2013-2015
European Union of Supported Employment
Council member, 2006 – 2011 (5 years)
VALIDIA Vocational College, special education
Board member, 2013-
Keskuspuisto Vocational College, special education
Board member, 2011-2018
Kiipula Vocational College, special education
Board member, 2011-2015
Dr. Sheila PURVES
Senior Consultant, The Hong Kong Society for Rehabilitation
Sheila Purves (贝维斯) was previously Director of International & China Division, The Hong Kong Society for Rehabilitation, (1988 – 2013), and is now their advisor, as well as taking up consulting in the disability and rehabilitation field. Previously, she was responsible for rehabilitation training projects, mainly in China, undertaken in the Society’s role as a WHO Collaborating Centre for Rehabilitation. She has worked with hospitals, rehabilitation centres, social and child welfare institutes, and communities throughout China.
Sheila is a Canadian citizen, with a basic degree in Rehabilitation Sciences (Physiotherapy and Occupational Therapy) from the University of British Columbia (1979), a Masters of Public Health in 1996 from Boston University. She is honorary advisor, professor and lecturer to many hospitals and medical universities in different parts of China and she has undertaken consulting assignments for many organizations and foundations.
In 2000, she was awarded an MBE for her work in China on the Queens’ Honour List (UK). In 2011, Sheila received a Doctor of Social Science (honoris causa) from Hong Kong Education University. In 2015, the University of British Columbia selected her for the alumniUBC Global Citizenship award and the China Association of Rehabilitation Medicine honoured her for services to development of rehabilitation in China.
Currently, Sheila is involved in various projects related to the application of the International Classification of Functioning (ICF), community rehabilitation services, continuous quality improvement of rehabilitation services, and strengthening the use of assistive technology, as well as the education of rehabilitation therapists. She is also particularly interested in the paediatric field, concerning lifelong planning for children with disabilities and prevention of secondary disabilities.
Prof. SIN Kuen-Fung, Kenneth
Professor, Department of Special Education and Counselling, The Education University of Hong Kong
Dr. SIU Yeung-Fai, Philip
Associate Professor (retired) (2017), Department of Government and Public Administration, University of Macau
威斯康辛 – 麥迪遜大學學士
澳門高等保安學校 – 澳門大學課程主任
Prof. SZE Tat-Ming
Assistant Professor, Faculty of Education, University of Macau
PhD, (Educational Psychology) Michigan State University. 2002
MA, (Educational Psychology) Michigan State University. 1993
BA, (Educational Psychology & Counselling, Special Education) National Taiwan Normal University. 1988
Educational Psychology, Human Learning, Special Education, Mathematics Learning at Elementary Schools
PISA Macau Regional Report Member
PISA – PQM Member (Macau Region)
Connected Mathematics Project – Phase I
Sze, T.M., & Smith, J.P. III (1999). How do Hong Kong grade 5 students solve non-routine mathematical word problems. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the Comparative and International Education Society, Toronto, Canada.
Dr. TANG Ning
Assistant Professor, Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Saint Joseph
Prof. WONG King-Shui, Phyllis
Assistant Professor, Department of Social Work, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
黃博士的研究興趣環繞殘疾人士的不同範疇，涵蓋生活品質、自我決策、生涯規劃、就業議題、照顧者堅韌力、殘疾人士服務質素及職員培訓等主題。她出版文章超過四十份，包括國際期刊、國際書籍、國際會議論文集、及本地文章。她亦受到多份國際期刊（社會科學引文索引，SSCI）獲邀成為評審員，這些期刊包括 Journal of Intellectual Disability Research、Research in Developmental Disabilities、Applied Research in Quality of Life、及Asia Pacific Journal of Social Work and Development。另外，黃博士曾榮獲第8屆（2016）健康與精神健康社會工作國際會議最佳演講獎、2010年社會工作與社會發展聯合世界大會最佳摘要獎、及香港大學 Certificate of Recognition on the Achievement of Excellence in Promoting Equal Opportunities 2010。
Mr. YUEN Chi-Hoi, Philip
Director of Adminstration, Caritas Macau
Mr. Yuen graduated with a Bachelor Degree of Social Work from the Chinese University of Hong Kong in 1981. In 1990-1992, he served as the Supervisor of Tsuen Wan Ecumenical Social Service Centre in Hong Kong overseeing an elderly centre and five neighborhood level community development projects. In 1992-2008, he worked in the Hong Kong Council of Social Service as the Chief Rehabilitation Officer and served also as the Secretary General of the Hong Kong Joint Council for People with Disabilities to develop and support its membership of 130 rehabilitation and disability organizations, to promote the well-being of persons with disabilities and to maintain close relationship with the international rehabilitation sector. From 2009 till now, Mr. Yuen has been working in Caritas Macau as the Administrative Director and the Service Director respectively to manage the overall administration of the agency’s social service facilities and to elevate the quality of its various service streams including elderly, rehabilitation, family, children & youth, and community programs.
Prof. ZHANG Nan
Tenured Professor and Director, Rehabilitation Consultation Department, San Diego State University
Nan Zhang Hampton, Ph.D., C.R.C. is a Professor in the Department of Administration, Rehabilitation, and Postsecondary Education (ARPE) at San Diego State University (SDSU), the USA. She teaches counseling courses in the rehabilitation counseling program and diversity and research courses in the Ed.D. program in ARPE. Her current research interests include career development, self-efficacy, and counselors’ cultural humility and outcomes of rehabilitation services for people with disabilities. She has over 100 publications and presentations in refereed rehabilitation journals, professional conferences, seminars, and workshops, and has a consistent record of service as a consultant to a variety of public school programs, higher education programs in China and the U.S.A., professional organizations, public or private community rehabilitation service agencies, and international organizations. Dr. Hampton is a recipient of the Fulbright Senior Research grant. She was awarded the Outstanding International Scholar of 2012 by Scholars without Borders at SDSU. At her leisure time, she enjoys exploring different cultures, gardening, visiting museums, and reading.