Sarah Khan, BA, SLP Assistant
Sarah is committed to working with children and their families, helping them to be independently successful. She believes children are capable and competent with the innate ability to learn. Communication and speech set the foundation for later skills in life and Sarah wants to be a part of this journey. With dedicated and available caregivers, these kids will rule the world.
For the last two years Sarah was in South Korea teaching English to various age groups. She has worked extensively with children in both the classroom setting and as a speech-language pathologist assistant. Sarah has worked with children with articulation delays, phonological disorders, and receptive and expressive language disorders. She has worked with children in special needs classrooms, targeting language delays and pragmatic language delays.
Sarah is supervised by Elise Immordino-Sanderson, MS, CCC-SLP, who has years of experience working with the early intervention population. In addition to close supervision, Sarah is currently taking undergraduate courses at North Carolina Central University in preparation to begin her graduate degree in speech-language pathology in August 2022.
Sarah completed an SLP - Assistant program at Caldwell Community College. She also obtained a Bachelors in Child Development at Appalachian State University. Currently, she is enrolled in the Communication Sciences and Disorders Masters program at North Carolina Central University.
In her free time, Sarah enjoys taking care of her plants/garden, traveling to new places, and learning random information. Coming from a large family, she spends lots of time playing with her many nieces and nephews.