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أسئلة شائعة


Aseel S. Alkadhi



1996–2001        King Saud University                             Riyadh, KSA

[ Bachelor of Applied Medical Science in the Field of Rehabilitation, Speech-Languae Pathology and Audiology]

  • [First Class Honor]



1994–1995        Computer Learning Center             Philadelphia PA, USA

[Computerized Business System Diploma]

  • [Excellent Average].




1991-1994 Riyadh Schools

[Secondary Education].

  • [Excellent Average].


work experience


  • 25/4/2007-ongoing King Saud University, College of Applied Medical Scienes, Riyadh KSA.

Demonstrator in the Speech Language Pathology and Audioloy Department.

Which included the following:

Administrative work:

a)       Member of the Internship and Training committee.

b)      Member of the Academic Guidance committee.

c)       Participated in the preparation of scheduales and courses distribution.


Academic work:

Clinical Instructor for the following courses:

Speech Language Pathology 1-RHS 249

Speech Language Pathology 2 RHS 374

Speech Language Pathology 3 (Aphasia and related disorders).

Ariculation Disordsers- RHS 373


  • 1/4/2002-30/5/2004  , 2/5/2005-8/5/2007 Private Clinic, Riyadh KSA.

Speech-Language Pathologist

Which included the following:

a)       Assessment & treatment of speech-language disorders.

b)      Parent counseling and training.




  • 21/12/2002-21/12/2004        Down Syndrome Charitable Association, Riyadh KSA

Speech-Language Pathologist

Which included the following:


a)          Evaluating  speech-language and communication skills of children with Down Syndrome.

b)         Developing appropriate treatment goals and activities related to the specific needs of the children.

c)          Participating in writing IEP.

d)         Training teachers on how to implement goals within the classroom setting.

e)          Counselling mothers on language stimulation activities and on using different techniques for more effective communication.

f)          Translating the Carolina Curriculum for Infants with Special Needs.

g)         Preparing an assessment tool by utilizing the Arabic translation of the Carolina Curriculum for  Infants with Special Needs and HELP.

h)         Creating storylines and drawing original illustrations to be used in the story corner in conjunction with biweekly school theme.

i)           Participating in the mothers education program run by the center (Communication in children with Down syndrome 0-3 years)

j)           Giving a lecture on  Makaton signs  for both mothers and teachers.

k)         Giving a lecture on Communication Skills in Children with Down's Syndrome for both mothers and teachers.



  • 2001-2002          Internship Year

 3/11/2001-6/2/2002, 5/5/2001-1/8/2001

Speech-Language Pathology Department at King Faisal Specialist Hospital

 which included the following:

a)       Evaluating new patients.

b)      Providing treatment and therapy for patients.

c)       Writing goals/session plans for all patients seen.

d)      Participating in the evaluation and treatment of inpatients.

e)       Participating in the Combined Cleft Palate Clinic.

f)        Preparing home treatment programs for patients.

g)       Participating in organizing material within the clinic.

h)      Participating in swallowing evaluation and treatment.

i)         Working closely with laryngectomee patients at the preoperative stage(counseling on implications of surgery) and postoperative stage(intensive therapy in the use of both artificial larynx and esophageal speech).

j)         Exposed to several equipment used in the diagnoses and treatment of communication disorders e.g. nasometer & visipitch.

k)       Participating in educating nurses regarding alternative communication for laryngectomee patients. 


Patients included the following:

a)       Adult neurogenic speech and language cases.

b)      Patients with organic & functional voice disorders.

c)       Patients with fluency disorders.

d)      Patients with mild to moderate hearing impairments.

e)       Patients with articulation and phonological impairments.

f)        Patients with resonance disorders.

g)       Patients with ADHD of mild to moderate range.




Audiology Department at King  AbdulAziz University Hospital



Audiology Department at Security Forces Hospital.







  • Arabic (spoken & written)
  •  English (spoken &written)




Conferences and seminars


  • Diagnosis & Management of Voice & Swallowing Disorders, King Khalid University Hospital, Riyadh, Feb2008.
  • Videoconference on Childhood Stuttering: Behavioral, Emotional & Speech-Language Aspects, Edward G. Conture, Ph.D, Riyadh Jan 2008.
  • Developing Communication at Home with Children with Autism, Prince Salman Center for Disablility Research, Riyadh, Dec 2007.
  • Workshop for mothers of children with Down Syndrome, Riyadh, May 2004.
  • The Fourth Forum for the Gulf Disability Society, Riyadh , March 2004 included the following workshops:

1)      Communicating Partners (Part 1, Part 2, Part 3) James MacDonald,Ph.D, CCC/ SLP.

2)      Facilitating Early Language Development around Book Reading and Play, Kevin Cole, Ph.D.

3)      The Developing Brain: A Work in Progress, Rod Hedlund, M.Ed.

4)      Infant Behaviors: A Communication System, Rod Hedlund, M.Ed.

  • 1st King Saud University Symposium in Disability & Rehabilitation (New Era in Cerebral Palsy Rehabilitation), March 2004.
  • 5th Annual symposium in Communication Disorders Conference, Jeddah Speech & Hearing Center, Jeddah, May 2003.
  • Cleft Lip & Palate Workshop, King Faisal Specialist Hospital, Riyadh, April 2003.
  • Latest Developments in Arabic Speech and Language Assessment and Treatment, Disabled Childrens Association, Riyadh, January 2002.
  • Use of ARROW system with autistic children, Prince Salman Center for Disability Research, 2001.
  • The 15th ORL seminar in Communication Disorders, King AbdulAziz University Hospital, Riyadh, Feb 2001.


professional membership

  • Member of the Saudi Speech Pathology and Audiology Association.
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