Margo Hart

Margo Hart

Referral Coordinator

Margo Hart came to EPT after a corporate career of 15+ years. She is the first person that you will come into contact with at EPT and she can help you navigate through all of your referral and insurance questions. She is the backbone of EPT and when someone has a problem, Margo can fix it.
In her free time she enjoys playing dolls with her two daughters, baking lasagna and reading mystery novels.

Melissa Andrews-Salvia

Melissa Andrews-Salvia

Speech and Language Pathologist

Melissa graduated from Minot State University in North Dakota with a master’s degree in speech-language pathology. She has experience working with children and adults in a variety of settings and enjoys helping children learn to communicate more effectively. She spent several years as a stay-at-home mom and military spouse and is excited to be working with children and their families at EPT. In July of 2014, she won an Award for Continuing Education (ACE) through the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association. She enjoys spending time with friends and family, as well as volunteering at church, reading, and jogging.

Rolinda Joan Beltran

Rolinda Joan Beltran

Speech and Language Pathologist

Joan is originally from the Philippines where she earned her Bachelor’s in Speech-Language Pathology in 2000.  There she practiced the profession for at least five years before she moved to Singapore and continued her practice for a year. When the opportunity to come to the US presented itself, she moved to New York where she worked as a Teacher of Speech and Hearing Handicapped in an Early Intervention setting while working on her Masters in Communication Disorders and Sciences. On 2013, she graduated with distinction from California State University-Northridge and has since worked with the pediatric population.

During her free time, she loves to hang out with friends and family, watch movies, dine out, bike, and most recently, sing lullabies to her firstborn daughter.

Karen Price

Karen Price

Physical Therapist
Emily Zegar

Emily Zegar

Speech and Language Pathologist

Emily graduated with her Master’s Degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders from Western Illinois University.  She has been a Speech-Language Pathologist for 6 years.  She truly enjoys working with children to help facilitate their communication and language skills and her true passion is remediating language deficits.  Emily spends much of her spare time traveling and appreciating the foods throughout the world.

Maureen Cross

Maureen Cross

Speech and Language Pathologist

Maureen graduated from St. Xavier University with her Master’s degree in Speech-Language Pathology. She gained great experience with clients across their lifespans, from birth to geriatrics. Maureen’s true passion is working with children. She finds it rewarding to help clients at EPT find their voice and learn how to communicate effectively. Maureen also enjoys helping children with feeding/swallowing disorders and their families work towards improving their skills and supporting their quality of life.

In her free time, Maureen enjoys spending time with family and friends, baking, and going on dates with her husband.

Ashley Matejcak

Ashley Matejcak

Speech & Language Therapist & Feeding Therapist

Hello Elgin Pediatric Therapy family and friends! I’m Ashley Matejcak, a Speech Language Pathologist who is extremely excited to join the EPT staff. My passion and specialties are in the area of treating swallowing and feeding difficulties in children, and supporting families to help mealtime return to being enjoyable.  Feeding and swallowing can be stressful when children are demonstrating difficulty swallowing and/or selective eating habits that hinder their exploration of new foods and limit their diet immensely. This leaves parents frustrated and concerned for their child’s overall health. This is why I practice a whole patient approach to help determine the key factors that are contributing to feeding and swallowing difficulties. Don’t let meal time be a stressor in your life, I can help! I also enjoy working with patients who have difficulties in the areas of motor speech, and childhood apraxia of speech. When I am not in the clinic, I love to spend time with my family, stay active, lip sync any 90s pop song and laugh with friends. I look forward to being a part of your Elgin Pediatric Therapy experience.

Heather Corbett

Heather Corbett

Speech and Language Pathologist, EI Coordinator

Heather Corbett is back to EPT by popular demand. Heather is our EI coordinator and can help families and therapists alike to navigate the EI system. She is also a treating therapist at EPT and has extensive work in a variety of pediatric settings including: home based services, schools and private clinics. In her free time Heather enjoys traveling, exercising and Scrabble.

Jennifer Andrews

Jennifer Andrews

Occupational Therapy Assistant

After working many years in the healthcare field, Jennifer found her passion for Occupational Therapy and returned to school to get her degree as an Occupational Therapy Assistant. She fell in love with pediatrics during her fieldwork and has a special interest in sensory integration. She enjoys working with children and their families and feels it is important to help children develop the skills they need to be as independent as possible. Jennifer enjoys spending time with her family and friends as well as snowmobiling and boating in Wisconsin

Rebecca Sheade

Rebecca Sheade

Occupational Therapist

Rebecca received her master’s in Occupational Therapy from Colorado State University where she studied Constraint Induced Movement Therapy and led her towards her interest of working with children with neuromuscular disorders.  She has studied: CIMT, Neuro-developmental treatment, kinesiotaping and sensory integration at the University of Southern California.
In her free time, Rebecca enjoys reading with her three kids, doing yoga and walking the dog in the forest preserve.