For the last 15 years, Ms. Fazeeha has worked as a Speech-Language Pathologist. Ms. Fazeeha earned a Bachelor’s of Audiology and a Bachelor of Speech-Language Pathology from A.W.H Special College in Calicut, affiliated with Calicut University. She began working as a Speech Therapist in the United Arab Emirates in 2014. She holds a Certificate in Oral Motor Intervention for Children with Feeding Difficulties. She has experience providing therapy to children, adults, and the elderly. Ms. Fazeeha can assist children and adults with articulation disorders, speech disorders, voice disorders, language delays, dyspraxia, cleft lip and palate, cerebral palsy, feeding difficulties, global delay, hearing impairment, and stuttering. Additionally, she has experience rehabilitating patients who have suffered a stroke or other neurological trauma, such as motor vehicle accidents, tumors, or illness. This includes therapy for language loss, specifically expressive and receptive difficulties, and assessment, monitoring, and treatment of swallowing disorders. Additionally, she has experience working with neurological disorders ranging from Parkinson’s disease to dementia. She is qualified to assist individuals suffering from various voice disorders, ranging from vocal nodules to those experiencing difficulty speaking due to neurological disorders such as Parkinson’s disease, multiple sclerosis, and cerebral palsy.