N2 founder and Speech Language Pathologist Natalie Nouh has a Bachelor of Science (Hons.) from the University of Toronto, and a Master of Clinical Science Degree (Speech-Language Pathology) from the University of Western Ontario. She is a registered member of the College of Audiologists and Speech-Language Pathologists of Ontario (CASLPO), and Speech-Language & Audiology Canada (SAC).
She has worked in a variety of settings, from assessment and treatment of swallowing disorders (dysphagia), to strategies for children with autism, in addition to direct therapy post-stroke and brain-injury (aphasia). Natalie also worked in Australia for a non-profit organization providing in-home and classroom support to children with cerebral palsy and related physical disabilities. Since then, she has continued to work with children with a variety of speech and language difficulties.
Natalie is a strong proponent of early intervention. She believes in working closely with families to maximize the potential of every child, in addition to helping them achieve functional and meaningful goals. Natalie tailors every therapy program to each client’s individual needs, and bases her treatment on evidence-based practice. She is highly proficient with technology and incorporates the latest apps and programs for speech and language support into her practice where appropriate.
Natalie is fully bilingual in English and French and has functional proficiency in spoken Arabic. She enjoys working within multicultural communities, and has a good understanding of the unique needs of linguistically and culturally diverse populations.
- LAMP- Language Acquisition Through Motor Planning, Toronto (2016)
- The Zones of Regulation Workshop, Toronto (2016)
- Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS), Pyramid Educational Consultants, Toronto (2015)
- Geneva Centre for Autism International Symposium, Toronto (2015)
- Introduction to Autism, Geneva Centre for Autism (2015)
- Apple Education Seminar – Reaching All Learners, Apple Canada, Toronto (2015)
- Joyful Learning: Using Active and Collaborative Structures to Differentiate Instruction in the Inclusive Classroom, Paula Kluth (2015)
- Language Leads the Way: The Role of S-LPs in Full Day Kindergarten, OSLA, Toronto (2014)
- The ABCs of AAC for Children with ASD, Toronto (2013)