Maggie saw first-hand the impact that therapy services had on her older sister and their family from a young age and always knew she wanted to help other children in a similar way. Maggie received her Bachelor’s Degree in Health Sciences and her Master’s Degree in Speech-Language Pathology from Misericordia University. She maintains her Certificate of Clinical Competence through the American Speech-Language and Hearing Association. Maggie enjoys providing feeding therapy and is trained in the Sensory Oral Sequential Approach to Feeding Therapy. She has experience working with the pediatric population in the school-based, clinic, and outpatient settings. Maggie is passionate about building positive relationships with her patients and their families by creating fun and engaging learning environments. She believes that a relationship and team-based approach to therapy is the foundation to speech and language progress. Outside of work Maggie enjoys running, traveling, and cooking/baking for her friends and family.