The clinic offers you a full range of speech, language, and hearing services.
The clinic offers a full range of speech, language, and hearing services, including but not limited to voice evaluation and treatment, cognitive retraining, audiological evaluation and hearing aid dispensing.
Therapy programs are designed to meet the individual needs of the client and can be provided in:
- individual or group sessions
- off-campus sites
- residential care facilities
Free screenings for ages 0-5
We offer free speech, language, and hearing screenings at our NAU clinic for children ages 0-5. This is a great opportunity for parents that may have concerns about their child’s communication development. The screenings typically take about 30 minutes and assess the child’s communication skills. At the conclusion of the screenings, we will discuss whether there is a need for further evaluation. Appointments can be set-up by contacting the NAU Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic at 928-523-8110 or email@example.com.
Conditions and disorders
At the Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic, we provide services for the following conditions and disorders:
- Accent Modification
- Audiology Services
- Child Language Disorders
- Cognitive Communication Disorders
- Fluency Disorders
- Motor Speech Disorders
- Speech Sound Disorders
- Voice Disorders
Who can use the clinic?
Our clinic is available for community members and students of all ages, newborn through geriatric.
Students, faculty, staff, and persons served in the NAU Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic are treated in a nondiscriminatory manner — that is, without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national or ethnic origin, disability, age, sexual orientation, genetic information, citizenship, or status as a covered veteran. Northern Arizona University and the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders comply with all applicable laws, regulations, and executive orders pertaining thereto.
Certain fees may apply when using the Speech and Hearing Clinic.
Who provides the services?
Services are provided by graduate student clinicians working toward their master’s degrees in speech/language pathology. The graduate clinicians evaluate and treat clients under the direct supervision of clinical faculty certified by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA).