Sadaf is a registered Speech Pathologist who graduated from Macquarie University with a Bachelor of Speech, Hearing and Language Sciences and has completed a Masters in Speech Pathology from the University of Technology Sydney.
She is skilled in speech assessments and experienced in working with children and adults to treat a range of diagnoses, working across schools, hospitals, private practice and via telehealth. She has enjoyed providing speech, language, fluency and literacy intervention to children of all ages. She also has experience working with adults in hospital and via telehealth for swallowing, fluency, Speech and Language intervention with complex diagnoses such as Aphasia and Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI).
Sadaf is very passionate about working collaboratively with children, their families and teachers to achieve their communication goals and to assist them to be successful in their social and academic life. She is enthusiastic about her work with adults to improve their communication skills or retrain their swallowing functions.
Sadaf believes that early intervention is important for children to unlock their full potential and to have the best start in life. for adults, she believes that supporting those who have communication or swallowing difficulties can significantly improve their quality of life.
Sadaf is also fluent in Urdu, Punjab and Hindi.