Dr. Elizabeth Fagan, SLP.D
Elizabeth is a licensed doctor of speech-language pathology who has been in practice since 1978. She earned a B.S. and M.S. at the University of New Hampshire and SLP.D at Nova Southeastern University. Liz has worked extensively with children on the autism spectrum, language disorders, executive function disorders, and central auditory processing disorder. Clinical background allows integration of neuro-scientific principles to treat those with more involved medical and clinical issues. She has worked in schools, private practice at Fagan Center for Communication, consulted for schools and families, provided lectures and training for physicians, psychiatrists educators, nurses, and speech-language pathologists in the U.S., Dominican Republic, and Kosovo. Rotary International projects allow coordination of care with her husband to treat hearing impaired people in other countries.
Elizabeth has always been drawn to the mountains and ocean. Camping, hiking, kayaking, and playing at the beach have always been leisure choices with her husband, children and grandchildren. Coastal Maine is a fabulous place to live!
The tele-practice and distance learning design of Brain Waves Learning welcomes so many who can benefit from intervention from a distance!
Professional Volunteer Experience
Hearts for Hearing-Donated Hearing Aid Program
Rotary International, Dominican Republic
Schools for the Deaf in Santiago and Santo Domingo
Good Samaritan Hospital La Romana