Physiotherapy for Children

For further enquiries about our occupational therapy services, or to book a visit, you can contact us by filling out the form below. We will be in touch within one business day.

Our physiotherapist helps children with developmental, neurological or genetic differences. She also supports children with orthopaedic conditions. Cerebral palsy, Down Syndrome, torticollis, muscular dystrophy, spinal cord injury and brain injury, and autism are some examples. She also specialises in supporting the development of premature babies.

We Help Children With:


Assessment Services

A formal psycho-educational assessment is made up of a series of individually administered tests, designed to evaluate a child’s cognitive ability (IQ) and academic achievement by comparing the child to same-age peers. It can be used to identify if the child has a specific learning difficulty. It also highlights the child’s unique profile of strengths and weaknesses so that suitable recommendations can be made.


Our assessments are recognized by Ministry of Education (MOE) and International schools.

Our Physiotherapist

Senior Physiotherapist

Tamyln Tan

Tamlyn Tan graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Physiotherapy with Honours from Glasgow Caledonian University in 2014. She became a Developmental Play Practitioner in 2018. And in September 2020, she became a board-certified Neonatal Therapist granted by the Neonatal Therapy National Certification Board. 

Before joining Kaleidoscope, Tamlyn worked at KK Women’s and Children’s Hospital for more than 6 years with experience working with infants and children from 0 to 16 years old with wide range of gross motor difficulties. She is adept in working with neonates, infants and children with various developmental needs such as complex medical and neurological conditions, global developmental delay and orthopaedic conditions such as torticollis, and gait difficulties (including tiptoe walking, in-toeing and out-toeing). 

Tamlyn’s clinical interests are in prematurity and early intervention. She is passionate about working with babies and their families to integrate and embed gross motor skill learning with play. Tamlyn is a dedicated to empowering children to move and play the way they are meant to. Play is not optional or something ‘nice’, it is how growth and development should be!

Other Certifications:

– Prechtl General Movements Assessment – Basic Training Course

– DIR 101: An Introduction to DIR and DIR Floortime

– Developmental Play (Levels 1, 2 and 3)

– Kinesio Taping Fundamentals and Advanced (KT1 & KT2)

About Kaleidoscope

Kaleidoscope’s founders, Kim and Suvi, are both occupational therapist by training. When they met, they realised they shared the dream of opening a new kind of therapy centre in Singapore, one where many different disciplines worked together as a collaborative team, sharing resources and knowledge.


Kim and Suvi have always been passionate about staying up to date with new research and current best practices, and were at the forefront of introducing several therapeutic approaches into Singapore.


Over the years, they have attended advanced training in many areas such as sensory processing, DIR Floortime, sound therapy, visual and vestibular techniques, dyspraxia, kinesthesiology and reflex integration. They are committed to ensuring that Kaleidoscope’s OT team is continually pursuing further education, learning new skills and providing therapy that is ethical, person-centred and evidence-based.

Find out more about our Physiotherapy Services for Children!

Why Choose Us?

Kaleidoscope's Approach

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