My name is Nour Geha, and I am a Lebanese speech therapist. I moved to the Kingdom of Bahrain after obtaining my Bachelor's degree in Speech Therapy from the Lebanese University in Lebanon. For over ten years, I have been working with children, teenagers and adults, in English, Arabic and French, who have been experiencing various speech difficulties in articulation, fluency and resonance; as well as oral language challenges including comprehension, expression and cognitive-communication difficulties.
However, for the past six years, my main focus has been helping students in schools who have ADHD, ADD, general learning difficulties, as well as specific learning difficulties like dyslexia, dyscalculia, dysgraphia and dysorthographia. In addition to that, I have been working with preschool children who have stuttering, communication disorders, articulation disorders and oral language delay. Moreover, I provide ongoing guidance and support to the child's parents and/or caregivers, as well as to the different paraprofessionals who may be involved in their treatment plan, as I believe that this inclusive approach is essential to the child's well-being and progress.
I believe that every child who is given the right tools and opportunities can achieve their goals regardless of their difficulty. That is why I find passion in what I do and in helping children and young adults grow and find their own voices, one word at a time.