She is providing professional speech pathology services to children and patients with speech sound disorders, intellectual disabilities, ADHD, learning difficulties, hearing impairments and Autism Spectrum Disorders. Developing and implementing individualized and group therapy for school children and young children with special needs. Highly familiar with all aspects of
managing screening, evaluation and treatment activities in public school systems and clinical settings. Additionally, knowledgeable in swallowing, voice and fluency disorders. Adept at developing lesson plans and program curricula. Able to observe and evaluate students in clinical and classroom environments. Ability to work as part of team, determining Treatment programs and following up observation schedules.
One of Zineb’s strengths is her ability to work with Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) devices. She has extensive experience in assessing, implementing, and training individuals to use AAC systems that support their communication needs. Zineb believes that everyone has the right to communicate in the way that works best for them, and she is committed to helping her clients achieve this.
Clinical Trainings/ Certifications include:
- Play therapy
- Sensory motor approach to Apraxia of speech
- Talk tools level1
- Dyslexia therapy course
- MAKATON sign
- CALM for avoiding escalating behaviors
- Basic life support
Zineb completed her bachelor’s degree from Jordan University of Science and Technology, Irbid. Since graduating in 2012, she worked across school settings and medical settings.