Nausheen Khan, M.S. CCC R-SLP
Speech Language Pathologist: President Khan Communication Services Inc.
Nausheen Khan graduated from McGill University in 1992 with a Master of Science in Communication Disorders.
She began working at the Hospital for Sick Children in child language disorders and fluency.
During this time she
co-authored and presented several journal articles at the Symposium of Fluency Disorders
in Munich Germany (1995), and San Francisco, CA (1996).
also developed and presented a bilingual fluency treatment program at the World Conference on Multilingual Communication Disorders in Tel Aviv, Israel.
In 1995 Nausheen
Certificate of Clinical Competency by the American Speech Hearing Association
While working at Hospital for Sick Children
was a guest lecturer for graduate courses conducted by Dr. Luc DeNil at the University of Toronto
In 1996 Nausheen was recruited by the Boys Town National Research Hospital in Omaha, Nebraska.
worked in the craniofacial clinic, and started a clinic for treating language impairments related to autism spectrum disorders, and other genetically predisposed syndromes.
has achieved the following certifications:
own private practice in Edmonton, Alberta in 2001.
was contracted by an agency that serviced children with autism in Edmonton, Alberta.
began recruiting other speech language pathologists to work with her
in order to sustain the demand for services.
Khan Communication Services, Inc.
emerged as a network of speech language pathologists who come together to share resources and training so that every clinician is prepared to service a range of clients with various diagnoses.
Nausheen Khan is a member of the FSCD multidisciplinary panel for the Ministry of Children's Services in Alberta.
is actively involved in raising awareness of autism treatment services in the Edmonton community.
time to creating and developing models of service delivery that build capacity and meet each child's individual needs.
has coordinated a team of speech language pathologists in private practice to develop screenings clinics, clinics for individual services, and group therapy programs.
has expanded use of videoconferencing clinics to support services in rural communities around Edmonton.
This service has is now offered throughout the province of Alberta in various school districts and health units.
Current Projects and Committees:
Nausheen is a member of various advisory committees in the Department of Rehabilitation Medecine at the University of Alberta
is President elect for the Alberta College of Speech Language Pathologists and Audiologists