How to find us

SPOT One Island South

Unit 1021-25
One Island South
2 Heung Yip Road
Wong Chuk Hang
Hong Kong

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t: (852) 2807 2992
f: (852) 2807 2996
e: contact@spot.com.hk

Paid car parking available at One Island South

Public Transport:

MTR: 2 minute walk from Wong Chuk Hang MTR line. Please take the exit from One Island South from the Wong Chuk Hang MTR line

Bus routes that stop here from Central include: 5907090. Causeway Bay: 592 . North Point 41A Please click here for a picture on how to get to One Island South from the bus stop (it is very easy!).

SPOT Central

SPOT Central
19/F, World Trust Tower
50 Stanley Street
Central, Hong Kong

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t: (852) 2544 5835
e: contact@spot.com.hk


SPOT Discovery Bay 

Flat 604
Block A, South DB Plaza
Discovery Bay

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To make an appointment: (852) 2807 2992

 

SPOT One Island South

1021-25 One Island South, 2 Heung Yip Road, Aberdeen, Hong Kong

SPOT Central

19/F World Trust Tower, 50 Stanley St, Central, Hong Kong

SPOT Discovery Bay

South Discovery Bay Plaza

Make an Appointment

You can make an appointment by speaking to us on (852) 2807 2992 or you can fill out an initial contact form.

Therapists

We have a highly skilled, experienced and dedicated team each bringing a particular specialism to SPOT. MEET THE TEAM

Recent Stories

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Find SPOT

SPOT is conveniently located in both Central and One Island South. Find us HERE

Weather

You can read our policy on inclement weather here.

Job Vacancies

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Resources

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Thanks a lot (Mindy) for your advice and assessment. (Child) enjoyed playing with you during the sessions very much and looking forward to the upcoming session every week. We noticed his significant progress, too. Really thousand thanks. Actually, his teachers also noticed his significant progress after the therapy. He is more willing to follow instructions and is now interacting with teachers and classmates in English and Putonghua. The visiting educational psychologist in school also remarked him as being "completely different". She was a bit concerned during her last visit but was much delighted to see his progress after a few months.

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