Stacy Lucich Moss, M.A, CCC-SLP has been working with children as a Speech and Language Pathologist since January of 2013. She currently works in the Noblesville School system providing services to preschool through eighth grade students in an individual and group sessions as well as providing push-in services within the classroom. Additionally, Stacy works PRN at local skilled nursing facilities.
-B. A. in Communication Sciences and Disorders from Butler University
Indianapolis, IN in 2010
-M.A. in Communication Sciences and Disorder from Saint Louis University
St. Louis, MO in 2012
-Working knowledge of American Sign Language
Populations Served (but not limited to) Children with:
-Attention Deficit Disorder
-Autism Spectrum Disorder
-Central Auditory Processing Disorder
-Childhood Apraxia of Speech
-Language Processing Disorder
-Phonological Awareness Disorder
-American Speech-Language-Hearing Associations (ASHA)
-Member of the Indiana Health Professions Bureau
Stacy was born and raised in Carmel, Indiana and is a graduate of Carmel High School. Stacy completed clinical externships with Community Health Network, Westfield School district, and Riverview Hospitals. Stacy worked as an Office Assistant for Pediatric Speech and Language Solutions, P.C. in 2010 and again in 2012. After completing her Masters Degree, Stacy began working in the Noblesville School district. Stacy currently resides in Fishers with her husband.