Adia Xaba is a licensed Speech-Language Pathology Assistant who currently provides school-based services to children ages three through seven. She services children with the following: Autism Spectrum Disorder, Down Syndrome, Articulation Disorder, Phonological Disorder, Fluency Disorder, and Language Disorder. She recently graduated from Temple University with a BA in Communication Science and Disorders. During her time at Temple, she not only learned the importance of evidence-based practice but also recognized a need for diversity in the field. Adia is an advocate for increasing awareness and support for culturally and racially diverse communities facing communication disorders.
In her free time, Adia enjoys karaoke nights with her friends and family, improving her skills in pool and keeping up with the latest beauty trends on YouTube. She looks forward to furthering her education by attaining her master’s degree in Communication Science and Disorders in a year’s time. During her time at Voz, she has gained a wealth of knowledge from her team and hopes to continue to build meaningful relationships with other professionals in the field.