Rosa Rubino-Frye, M.A., CCC-SLP, CBIS
Rosa Rubino-Frye is a Speech-Language Pathologist with 25 years of experience in treating individuals of all ages with cognitive, communication and swallowing difficulties. She holds a bachelor’s degree in English from the University of Windsor, and a master’s degree in Communication Disorders & Sciences from Wayne State University.
Ms. Rubino-Frye has worked in various clinical settings, including outpatient rehabilitation, extended care facilities and educational settings. Most recently, she worked as a practicing Speech Language Pathologist and as a Clinical Coordinator with a community-based rehabilitation company which specialized in treating adolescents and adults with traumatic brain injuries. She employs this expertise and her dedication in providing speech-language evaluations and therapy at Renee Applebaum, Ph.D., P.C. Ms. Rubino-Frye is passionate about providing person-centered care customized to the individual’s needs, goals, and life circumstances. Her areas of expertise include not only traumatic brain injury, but also working with patients with other neurologic conditions, including stroke and Parkinson’s Disease. She is committed to helping patients achieve their maximum potential, and skilled in advocating for the medical necessity of treatment services provided.
Additionally, Ms. Rubino-Frye is multi-lingual and experienced in providing services both to the ESL population, and to non-English speaking patients by adapting stimuli, using interpreters as needed, and by incorporating her knowledge of cultural norms into her treatment plan.
Ms. Rubino-Frye is licensed in the state of Michigan and certified with the American Speech-Language Hearing Association. She is a member of the Michigan Speech-Language Hearing Association, and the Brain Injury Association of Michigan/ America. She is a Certified Brain Injury Specialist.