Speech Therapists treat a wide range of issues; disorders can range from mild to severe. Some are present at birth while others develop over time. Some are a part of a neurological function, while others stem from injury or disability. Regardless of how the disorder occurred, speech-language therapy can contribute to an improved quality of life for many patients.
- Orofacial Myofunctional Disorders
- Speech Sound Disorders/Articulation Disorders
- Stuttering and Other Fluency Disorders
- Receptive Disorders
- Brain Injury-Related Speech Disorders/Dysarthria
- Concussions/Cognitive Disorders
- Autism-Related Speech Disorders
M. Maurine Fogarty, MS, CCC-SLP
Maureen graduated from Marquette University with a Bachelor of Science in English in 1956. She received her Master of Science in Speech Pathology from the University of Kansas in 1958.
Maureen is a certified Speech-Language Pathologist (SLP) by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA).
Maureen has over 60 years of experience and has worked at OSSI as a Speech-Language Pathologist since 1990. Maureen has extensive clinical experience and treats a wide range of oral motor disorders and brain dysfunction.
She started her career in Kansas City working for Kansas City Public Schools. She then went on to work for Grosse Pointe Public Schools in Michigan. In 1967, Maureen moved to Youngstown with her family and worked for Youngstown Hearing & Speech for five years. In 1972, she started her own private practice at Youngstown Osteopathic Hospital until it closed in 1990.
Maureen was married to her husband for 30 years until he passed away in 1990. She has 5 children and 18 grandchildren. She loves to travel and has been all over the world. Her favorite places to visit have been Israel and Italy.