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Speech Therapy

A Dedicated Nonprofit Organization

Persons diagnosed with Parkinson's disease often encounter difficulties with voice, swallowing, and cognitive abilities.  Voices For Parkinson's, located in Cincinnati, OH is a non-profit dedicated to spreading the word of available therapy approaches, connecting and advocating for the Parkinson's community, and providing speech therapy focused on neurodegenerative diseases.


Serving People With Parkinson's Disease

Motor speech and communication problems are common in people with Parkinson's disease. However, only approximately 4% of people diagnosed with this disorder receive speech-language pathology services.  Our speech-language pathologists have many years of experience in providing treatment for those with neurodegenerative diseases.


Support Our Nonprofit Organization

Voices For Parkinson's is a nonprofit organization located in Cincinnati, OH dedicated to serving persons/people with Parkinson's disease and their loved ones. If you know someone diagnosed or living with a cognitive-communication impairment, you may want to lead them to our organization. If you would like to support us financially or through other means, please reach us through our email. Should you have further questions or clarifications, feel free to contact us today.

About Us

About Our Non-Profit Organization

800 E Ross Ave, St. Bernard, OH 45217

Voices For Parkinson's provides in-person and telehealth speech therapy services for residents of Ohio. Individual, 1:1 services are currently provided at Alpha Neuro Fitness (800 E Ross Ave) in Cincinnati, OH. Weekly speech maintenance groups are offered via a hybrid approach, with the option for virtual and/or in-person attendance. The nonprofit organization offers a whole-person approach to treating the symptoms of Parkinson's disease, relating to problems with cognition, voice, and swallowing. We offer resources and education, and collaborate with an interdisciplinary team including local businesses to provide the most up-to-date information to our clients and their community.

We do not bill insurance, and we do not charge our patients. We exist purely based on donations and grants. Donations are utilized in order to support the care of the next client/family who needs our services. 

Inquire About Our Nonprofit Organization

The signs and symptoms of Parkinson's disease differ per individual. If you or someone you know has been diagnosed, Voices For Parkinson’s welcomes you to our organization. We provide professional speech pathology services. We are a small organization, which allows us to provide quality services at a more personal level with the benefit of consistency throughout your treatment. 

Hear more from our speech therapists:

Episode 76:


Episode #85:

Doctor Holding Patient's Hand

Meet The Team

Speech Language Pathologists

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Caitlin Fattore

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Mary Lea Habegger

Board Members

Elizabeth Grover

Elizabeth Grover


Stuart Solomon


Alissa Gormley

David R. Adam, MD

David R. Adam, MD


Felicia Chew

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Suzanne Bryan


Helping the PD community 

 Dysphagia, Speech, Voice, and Cognitive Difficulties

Learn About Our Nonprofit Organization

People with neurodegenerative diseases can experience dysphagia, cognitive, language, and voice impairments. Our organization offers a whole-person approach to Parkinson's disease through the SPEAK OUT!® program and weekly speech maintenance groups (formerly LOUD Crowd®). We also provide dysphagia treatment and cognitive services using the Brief Cognitive Assessment Tool (BCAT) approach. Conveniently located within Alpha Neuro Fitness! 
 We are also happy to connect you with previous clients who can share their experiences with you. 
Contact Us


Contact Our Speech-Language Pathologists

We deeply appreciate your interest in our nonprofit organization. Our speech-language pathologists at Voices For Parkinson's in Cincinnati, OH are all driven with the passion to help individuals and families. Should you have questions about speech pathology and services we offer, please feel free to send us an email today.

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