Dr. Salehomoum is a speech-language pathologist with expertise in deafness and literacy development. She has worked with children and adolescents, with a variety of language and communication differences, in public and private schools and the home setting.
Dr. Salehomoum is the recipient of a Disability Communications Fund grant and has presented her literacy-related work at national and international conferences, including the American Speech Language and Hearing Association conference and the International Conference on Sign Language Acquisition.
Dr. Salehomoum teaches a variety of undergraduate and graduate courses and has developed the online Foundations of Audiology and Aural Rehabilitation courses for the Speech at Emerson (SAE) program. Her teaching practices aim to promote active participation, critical thinking and inclusion of multiple voices, and an ideology of learning as a life-long commitment.
M.A., California State University, Long Beach
Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley
Areas of Expertise
- Communication Sciences & Disorders
- Hearing & Deafness
- Speech & Language Disorders