Speech Therapist
Speech Therapist
Languages Spoken
  • en
  • ar
Years of Experience
  • 17

Raghad is a seasoned Arabic Speech and Language Pathologist with extensive experience working across various clinical settings and is adept at managing patients of all ages. Her broad professional background includes positions in a multi-disciplinary rehabilitation centre, a mainstream school, and a hospital in the UAE, as well as a private clinic in Syria.

In 2014, she transitioned her expertise to Dubai, following eight successful years of managing her private clinic in Damascus. Raghad served as the Head of the Special Needs Department in a noted private school in Dubai. This position enabled her to oversee Special Education Teachers, devise and execute comprehensive training programs, collaborate with parents of SEN children to enhance awareness of their children’s rights and necessities and develop and monitor Individual Educational Programs (IEPs).

Her previous roles include:

  • Special Education Supervisor at Dubai Modern Education School, Dubai, UAE
  • Speech and Language Therapist at Aamal Syrian Organization for the Disabled, Damascus, Syria.
  • Master in Speech-Language Pathology, University of Jordan and Damascus University, Damascus, Syria
  • Postgraduate Diploma in Philosophical and Social Sciences, Damascus University, Damascus, Syria
  • Bachelor in Literature, Social Studies Department, University of Damascus, Damascus, Syria
  • Dubai Healthcare City Authority Regulatory (DHCR), Dubai, UAE

Her Clinical Areas of Specialisation

  • Children with difficulties in speech and language including articulation errors, phonological processes, stuttering, apraxia
  • Hearing loss, cochlear implant, and auditory processing disorder
  • Children presenting with Neurodevelopment Disorders such as Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorders (ADHD) as well as Down’s Syndrome, Cerebral Palsy and Global Developmental Delay (GDD)
  • Primary or atypical swallowing
  • Voice disorders