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Tadi Chida

Allied Health Assistant (Speech Pathologist)

Tadi is an Allied Health Assistant (Speech Pathologist), studying a Bachelor of Speech Pathology (current)

Tadi is an esteemed Allied Health Assistant, (AHA) specializing in Speech Pathology at Educational Case Management Newcastle. As a newcomer to ECM, Tadi brings a fresh perspective and a wealth of experience to the team.

During Tadi’s tenure in the field of speech pathology, she has excelled in various capacities, including:

  • Assisting in the development and implementation of personalized speech therapy plans for students.
  • Collaborating with speech pathologists to conduct assessments and evaluations.
Providing invaluable support to students with communication difficulties, both in and out of the classroom setting.

Tadi’s expertise lies in understanding the nuanced needs of students with speech and communication challenges, and she is committed to making a meaningful difference in their lives. Her dedication and proficiency have been recognized through certifications and specialized training in allied health assistance and speech pathology.

Tadi’s core values center around empathy, inclusivity, and the belief that every individual deserves access to quality education and support services. She is passionate about advocating for the voiceless and empowering students to reach their full potential.

Tadi is a passionate and dedicated individual currently in her third year of studying Speech Pathology at the esteemed University of Newcastle. Alongside her academic pursuits, she serves as an invaluable allied health assistant at Educational Case Management Newcastle, where she is gaining practical experience in her chosen field.

In her downtime, Tadi enjoys engaging in creative pursuits such as painting and writing, as well as spending time outdoors exploring nature and beaches.

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