Bashayer is a pediatric speech-language therapist who holds a Master’s degree in speech-language pathology with advanced Bilingual Extension (BE) and Teacher of Students with Speech-Language Disabilities (TSSLD) certificates. She is certified to provide bilingual speech-language services for bilingual children at risk for or with speech-language disorders as well as monolingual children at early childhood level and childhood\literacy education level from birth until 12th grade.
During her studies, Bashayer has worked in multiple rehabilitation centers, schools and speech-language clinics leading her to gain great experience in providing screening, evaluation and prevention/intervention services to children under the age of three as well as school-age children with variety of disorders such as autism spectrum disorders, literacy disorders, stuttering and articulation/phonology disorders.
Bashayer is Fluent in Arabic, English and American Sign Language
Bachelor of Science degree in speech-language pathology from the University of Nebraska – Omaha, Omaha, Nebraska, United States of America
Master of Art degree in speech language pathology from Hofstra University, Hempstead, New York, United States of America
Externships at Transitions of Long Island – Outpatient Rehabilitation Center, Manhasset, New York and Lynbrook Middle and High School, Lynbrook, New York
Pediatric specialty interests:
Medical and Developmental Conditions:
TBI and Right Hemisphere disorders
New York State Bilingual Extension (BE) Certificate to provide bilingual evaluation and treatment services
New York State Teacher of Students with Speech-Language Disorders (TSSLD) Licensure
Lee Silverman Voice Treatment – Loud (LSVT-Loud) certificate to provide voice therapy for children and adults with voice disorders
American Speech-Language and Hearing association (ASHA)