Kiran Khialani received a Bachelor of Science in Audiology & Speech-Language Pathology from Topiwala National Medical College (Nair Hospital) and her Masters of Science in Communication Sciences and Disorders from Emerson College (Boston, USA). She is an ASHA certified therapist and is registered with the Rehabilitation Council of India. She is training in working with infants and children with feeding related needs. Kiran’s prior experience includes training at Boston Children’s Hospital where she administered and interpreted Modified Barium Swallow Studies for individuals from birth to 21 years of age. She worked inpatient with infants with complex medical needs and outpatient patients at the hospital to address feeding and swallowing needs. She worked with the Thom Boston Metro Early Intervention program with the birth to 3 age group in a family oriented model to address developmental needs including communication and feeding and participated in a team to pilot a kindergarten social skills group program at the Robbins Speech Hearing Center at Emerson College. Kiran specializes in working with the birth through 5 age group with various speech, language and feeding disorders including late talkers, autism spectrum disorders, children with complex medical and feeding needs and or apraxia of speech.