Susan Roy Mosca
Speech & Language Pathologist
Sue is a speech language pathologist who specializes in the treatment of individuals with pragmatic language and social cognitive deficits. Prior to joining Grove School in 2003, she worked in public and private settings providing diagnostic, therapeutic, and consultative services to children and adults with a wide range of communication and social challenges. She began her private practice in 1993. Sue brings over 30 years of experience in a variety of treatment methodologies including Social Thinking®.
Sue received her BA in Communication Disorders from the University of Rhode Island, her MS and Sixth Year Certificate in Speech Pathology from Southern Connecticut State University. She holds a Certificate of Clinical Competence (CCC) from the American Speech Language Hearing Association, is a voting member of the Connecticut Speech Language Hearing Association, and serves on several shoreline advisory boards.
Communication and the ability to successfully relate to others is vital to the student’s academic, vocational, and personal success. Grove School’s unique, relationship-based approach provides the ideal context for teaching effective communication and social relating across all life environments. It is especially suited for students on the Autism Spectrum who require natural, but direct intervention. Sue works with Grove students in individual and group settings. She conducts evaluations and consults with staff members on a regular basis.< Back