Nadia Shatalova earned her Bachelor’s degree in May 2015 and Master’s degree in May 2017 in Speech-Language Pathology from the University of Nebraska. Upon receiving her Master’s degree, Nadia moved out to the sunshine state of Arizona to live closer to her family and start working as a Speech-Language Pathologist within the public-school setting. Over the next four years, she provided diagnosis and treatment to kids ages 3-15 with a wide range of communication disorders including articulation, pragmatic language, receptive and expressive language, motor, fluency, feeding, and voice.
She joined Ally Pediatric Therapy in September 2021 to become part of a team focused on an integrated therapy approach that addresses the needs of children with Autism and childhood disorders as a whole. She is passionate about play-based therapy, augmentative alternative communication (AAC), and literacy-based therapy.
Her favorite past times are hiking, traveling state and country-wide, crafting, and entertaining friends and family within her home.