Two Day Interprofessional Summer Course for working Professionals!
"Teaching early communication signals to children with motor impairments: Where do I start?"
Offered Friday, July 10th and Saturday, July 11th.
"Keeping people in the game of life"
About Our Clinical Services
The UW Speech and Hearing Clinic is an educational and research facility. Services are provided by graduate students working under the supervision of state licensed and nationally certified speech-language pathologists and audiologists. Services and scheduling depend on balancing the needs of clients and the academic needs of our students.
We offer evaluation and treatment services for children and adults with speech, languages, hearing and related communication needs.
Services at a Glance
The Speech and Hearing Clinic serves 200-300 clients each week, ranging in age from 3 years to end of life. Twelve to fifteen full or part-time supervisors work with graduate students who serve as clinicians.
- acute and long-term neurologic communication disorders
- articulation and language disorders or delays in children
- physical and functional voice disorders and pathologies
- fluency disorders including stuttering and cluttering
- hearing tests
- hearing aid testing, fitting, and repair
- guidance in using assistive listening devices
- audiologic rehabilitation