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Hafsa Khan

Speech and Language Therapist

Hafsa completed her Bachelor’s degree in Speech Pathology at Sydney University, Australia in 2014. She is a Certified Practicing Speech Pathologist in Australia and a Member of Speech Pathology Australia. As a multidisciplinary approach based Senior Speech Pathologist with over 8 years of experience, she has overseen the progress of pediatric patients in school, clinic, home, and community settings.

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Previously based in Australia, Hafsa had implemented group programs as well as provided speech pathology intervention in a 1:1 clinic environment to clients from 18 months to 21 years old with a range of diagnoses. She has worked in collaboration with other specialists regarding therapeutic goals, progress, and therapeutic aids together with Occupational Therapists, Physiotherapists, Psychologists, School Counsellors, and Inclusion Support Teams.

Hafsa has certification in It Takes Two to Talk (The Hanen Centre), The Zones of Regulation, and Child Protection as well as training in Michelle Garcia Winner’s The Social Detective.

She has experience in administering, analyzing, and interpreting a range of assessment tools based on different developmental areas including preschool language, speech sound disorders, receptive language, and expressive language to name a few.

Hafsa specializes in the following areas of Speech and Language Therapy:

  • Receptive and expressive language delays and disorders

  • Articulation and phonological disorders

  • Apraxia of speech

  • Auditory processing difficulties in addition to working with children with hearing impairment

  • Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)

  • Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)

  • Global Developmental Disorder (GDD)

  • Social/Pragmatic Disorder

  • Developmental Language Delay (DLD)

  • Oppositional Defiant Disorder (ODD)

  • Disfluency/stuttering

She is fluent in both English and Urdu, enabling her to cater to the linguistic needs of diverse clientele. She's a therapist with a focus on family-centered practice with a collaborative approach, Hafsa aims to put inclusion and generalization of therapeutic goals as priority.

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