Zahra Qureshi, MS, CCC-SLP
Zahra is a certified Speech Language Pathologist who earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology at Troy University, a Bachelor’s Degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders at the University of South Alabama, and a Master’s Degree in Speech Language Pathology at the University of South Alabama. She is certified nationally through the American Speech Language Association (ASHA) as well as holding her Georgia State License.
While attending the University of South Alabama, Zahra conducted a systematic review which she presented at the Speech and Hearing Association of Alabama (“Effect of bottle feeding modality on preterm infant feeding performance: A systematic review”). This experience allowed her to gain insight on working with preterm infants and families. Zahra has also attended conferences such as “Putting Pieces into a Puzzle” for autism and the Talk Tools for Apraxia workshop.
Zahra has experience working with children, newborns-21 years old, in the following areas: Articulation and Phonology, Fluency (Stuttering), Early Childhood Language Delays, Feeding, Pragmatic Language (Social Skills), as well as, Autism,Down syndrome, Cerebral Palsy, and the Medically Fragile population. Zahra is passionate about collaborating with AAC (alternative augmentation devices) such as Tobii Dynavox, LAMP PRC, Nova Chat, etc.
When she is not working, Zahra enjoys exploring the city, and spending time with her friends, and family.