Amy Larocca

Assistant Practitioner
Clinical Supervisor
M.A., The Ohio State University

Amy Larocca

Amy LaroccaAssistant Practitioner
Clinical Supervisor

M.A., The Ohio State University

Amy Larocca, MA, CCC-SLP is assistant professor in the communication disorders program at Baldwin Wallace University. Larocca came to Baldwin Wallace University with eleven years of clinical experience from working in acute rehabilitation hospitals, acute hospitals, skilled nursing facilities, outpatient and home health clinical settings. Her primary areas of interest include dysphagia, cognitive communication and motor speech disorders, brain injury and dementia and memory care. Her primary focus is in clinical education where she supervises speech therapy intervention in both group and individual sessions in the campus clinic and community partnerships. She is an active member of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association and is licensed by the Ohio Board of Speech-Language Pathology. In addition to serving as clinical supervisor, Larocca teaches at the graduate and undergraduate level within the communication sciences and disorders department including integrations and clinical management and ethics.