Speech-Language Pathologist and Clinic Lead

Mo is a husband and father of two beautiful and vivacious daughters, lovingly known as Firecracker and Spicy Meatball. He is also an avid outdoor runner. If he’s not working or running, you may catch him hanging out with his family. Oh, and Mo is a HUGE fan of DC comics, especially Batman!

Mo is also a Speech-Language Pathologist and Executive Director of London-Elgin and Bluewater Speech & Language Services. He is registered to practice in Ontario and is certified by Speech-Language & Audiology Canada. He earned his Master of Health Science degree from the University of Toronto after earning his Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from the University of Western Ontario. Mo began his post-graduate career at the Toronto Rehab Institute and the Chatham-Kent Health Alliance, where he worked with adults in rehabilitation and acute care (respectively). From 2010 to 2014, Mo worked at the Child and Parent Resource Institute (CPRI) as a member of several outpatient and inpatient teams. He has worked with children across the age spectrum – as young as 4 months old to 17 years old – with a variety of presenting difficulties and diagnoses. Mo was a core member of the Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) screening and diagnostic teams, as well as the Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) diagnostic team.

Since establishing the first clinic in 2014, Mo’s caseload has remained diverse, ranging from work with infants to adults. Mo has acquired a wealth of clinical knowledge from his experience and training working with a wide age and diagnostically-diverse population.

Mo has certification in the Hanen It Takes Two to Talk and More Than Words programs, is PROMPT-trained (Bridging), and has Levels 1 and 2 training in Cognitive Communication Disorders, among numerous continuing education achievements attained annually. Mo’s caseload includes clients with speech and language impairments, social communication delays, voice impairments, feeding and swallowing problems, and cognitive-communication impairments caused by brain injury (including concussion).