Welcome to Olivia’s Place!
Olivia’s Place (Shanghai) and Eliott’s Corner (Beijing) provide world class, multidisciplinary pediatric therapy to children of all abilities and all ages.
World class care for all kids is offered through three major service areas:
Pediatric Therapy Services: Occupational, physical, and speech therapies, psychology services, ABA, and learning support. Our multinational staff in Shanghai and Beijing provide services in English and Chinese, as well as several other languages.
Educational Outreach: Multilingual clinical staff provide classes to the community, teachers, schools, hospitals, clinics, orphanages, universities, and local therapists.
Foundation Initiatives: Olivia’s Foundation provides funds to cover the cost of care for families that cannot otherwise afford services. The foundation also works to further our vision of universally available pediatric therapy in China.
Olivia’s Place Founders
Olivia’s Place is inspired by Olivia Chow and her friend, Eliott. Seeing the need for high quality services in China, Olivia’s parents reached out to therapists around the world to come to China to help with their vision to make therapy universally available in China. Read more about Olivia and Eliott’s story.
Quynh Chow Quynh has a BS in business administration from the University of South Carolina and an MBA from the University of Southern California. She has worked in banking and as a consultant.
Nelson Chow Nelson earned his MSEE degree at the University of California, Berkeley, and his BSEE and BA from Columbia University. His background is in semiconductor engineering. He has started two other successful companies and holds 19 granted/pending US patents in this field.
Maggie Tai Tucker Maggie Tai has an AB from Harvard University and BS and MOT (Master’s of Occupational Therapy) degrees from the University of Washington. She has special training in infant motor development, infant mental health, and feeding therapy. She is the author of a book for feeding therapists and has won two national awards in the U.S. for her work in feeding therapy.