About Us

Hogg Therapy Associates


 


Jennifer Hogg Fowler, MS, OTR/L

Born and raised in Madison County, Jennifer grew up in Berea and graduated from Berea Community High School. She received her Bachelor of Science in Occupational Science from Eastern Kentucky University and her Masters of Science in Occupational Therapy from Eastern Kentucky University. Jennifer is Kentucky Board certified and is a member of the Kentucky Occupational Therapy Association.

Jennifer has completed a variety of continuing education courses and additional training in sensory processing disorders, interactive metronome, sensory feeding deficits, handwriting interventions, NDT, aquatic therapy, ADHD interventions, autism spectrum disorders, and behavior interventions. She is also a Kentucky First Steps Provider and provides early intervention in-home services for infants and toddlers (birth – 3 years old) in Madison, Estill, Fayette, and Clark Counties.

Jennifer currently lives in Richmond with her husband, Greg, and their dog, George. When not working with her amazing kids, she enjoys hiking, camping, and relaxing at the lake.

Jennifer Hogg Fowler


Michelle Hogg Raney

Michelle Hogg Raney, MS CCC-SLP

Michelle grew up in Berea, Ky, and graduated from Berea Community High School. Michelle received her Bachelor of Science in Communication Disorders from The University of Kentucky and her Master of Science in Speech Language Pathology from East Tennessee State University. She is Kentucky Board Certified and holds her CCC’s in the area of Speech Pathology with the American Speech and Hearing Association.

Michelle has completed a variety of continuing education courses, inclduing Apraxia, Social Thinking, Autism Spectrum Disorders, AAC and Feeding courses.

Michelle has experience working with children who have a variety of medical, sensory, motor, speech, cognitive, and behavioral concerns, including cerebral palsy, autism spectrum disorders, sensory integration dysfunction, Asperger’s Syndrome, attention deficit disorder, Down Syndrome, traumatic brain injury, stroke, stuttering, behavioral feeding, apraxia, and developmental delays. Michelle is also a trained and certified provider for therapeutic listening with The Listening Program.Michelle currently lives in Lexington, Ky with her husband, Brian. When shes not seeing clients, she enjoys running, cycling, and spending time with her family.