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Speech and Language Therapist at a multidisciplinary Practice in the United Kingdom.

She works in-clinic at home and in schools, assessing paediatrics and adults, supervising junior Speech and Language Therapists, delivering therapeutic intervention and developing home programmes.

She has continued to expand her practice abroad and signed up with The Zeebah Foundation as Speech &Language Pathologist in 2019.

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BCBA, MSc, MA, BA (Hons)

Rainbow Behavioural Therapies, a behavioural support organisation based in the North-West of England, United Kingdom founded by Natalie Savage, (BCBA, MSc, MA, BA (Hons) in 2018 with the passion for providing support to individuals, their families, schools and support networks, as well as supporting others to develop their expertise in the field of Applied Behavioural Analysis and behavioural science.

Rainbow Behavioural Therapies mission is to support each client to access learning, to increase their quality of life and build independence- all of which align with The Zeebah Foundation’s objective of providing access to local and global quality resources to individuals living with Autism


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UKBA (cert), BCBA, MSc, BSc

She is a UK Society of Behaviour Analysis UKBA (cert) Board Certified Behaviour Analyst (BCBA) that specializes in early intervention, intensive behavioral intervention and social skill programs with over nine years’ experience.

She is The Zeebah Foundation’s Behaviour Support Consultant.

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Grace Okali Msc.

SLP intern

Grace holds two first degrees in Psychology and Speech and Language Hearing Sciences; as well as two Master’s degrees {one in in Business Administration and a second in Speech Language Hearing Sciences}.

She is particularly drawn to working with children in schools / private care (especially toddlers) who are emerging with words.

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Loukia Tsami


2021 SABA International Development grant recipient . Loukia Tsami who is currently the Coordinator of Telehealth ABA World Project, works as a Research Associate at the Center for Autism and Development Disabilities [CADD]  at the University of Houston Clear Lake. Tsami and her colleagues have been disseminating Behavior Analysis internationally since 2016 and have established relationships with parent groups and professionals who work with children with disabilities and have minimal resources. They deliver services via telehealth not only to people located in large cities, but also in isolated communities in over 34 countries in Central and South America, Europe, Africa, and Asia.