Diyara Suranova

Diyara received her bachelor’s degree in speech therapy in Russia and then her master’s degree in special education in Sydney. In addition, Diyara is qualified as a neuropsychologist. Diyara has extensive experience working with children with speech impairments, speech delays, dysarthria, as well as reading and writing disorders, dyslalia and dysgraphia. In addition, Diyara has worked in a hospital for stroke survivors with speech disorders such as aphasia as a result.