M.Sc. S-LP (C) Provisional, Reg. CASLPO
Areas of Services: Brantford, Virtual
Ghada is registered Speech-Language Pathologist with the College of Audiologists and Speech-Language Pathologists of Ontario CASLPO. She is an active member of the Ontario Association of Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists OSLA and holds a provisional certification from the Speech-Language & Audiology Canada SAC. She earned her Bachelor's Degree in Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology in 2007 and her Master's Degree in Speech-Language Pathology in 2011. With a strong foundation in the field and a passion for helping individuals find their voice and communicate effectively, Ghada has built a thriving private practice since its inception in 2019. Before establishing "Say Well", Ghada's experiences were diverse. She provided services to individuals across their life span and from different backgrounds and ethnicities. Her experiences encompassed various environments, including healthcare agency, private clinics and treatment centres, public and catholic schools, retirement homes, long-term care facilities, special education centres, and the residences of the clients. Ghada attended numerous courses to enhance her professional skills and knowledge: Hanen (It Takes Two To Talk)., Natural Language Acquisition, Lidcombe Program, PROMPT, Food Chaining Therapy, Swallowing Management in the Elderly, Swallowing Difficulties related to Oral Cancer, Modified Barium Swallow Study, Post Laryngectomy Rehabilitation, and Auditory-Verbal Therapy. Beyond her professional responsibilities, Ghada found great joy in spending quality time with her cherished sons and supportive husband. She likes engaging in hobbies like hiking, baking, playing piano, and photography.
Speech-Language Pathologist Assistant
Areas of Services: Halton Region
Muna earned her Bachelor's Degree in Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology from The University of Science and Technology in 2008. She has built a diverse career as a Speech Therapist in various international settings, including schools and hospitals. Her extensive experience spans across assisting clients of all age groups with a wide range of communication needs such as Articulation Disorders, Fluency Disorders, Voice Disorders, and Language Delay.
In addition to her accomplishments in speech therapy, Muna has been working as an Education Assistant at Halton District School Board for six years, where she passionately supports students with special needs from kindergarten to Grade 8. To continually enhance her skills and knowledge, she participated in numerous training courses for professional development: Crash course in Voice for school based, Phonological Awareness for S-LPs, Typical Swallowing in Adults, Different Diagnosis and Treatment Planning for Speech Sound Disorders, Role of the S-LP in Literacy, and Children with Voice Disorders.
Muna is currently providing treatment sessions under the guidance and the supervision of a senior registered Speech-Language Pathologist. Her proficiency in Arabic allows her to effectively assist Arab clients in their native language. Beyond her professional endeavors, Muna enjoys biking and playing Badminton.