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CSD: Speech & Hearing Clinic

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The Marywood Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic is housed in the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders which is centrally located in the McGowan Center for Graduate and Professional Studies.

The Clinic includes:

  • Six (6) therapy rooms
  • Two (2) diagnostic rooms
  • A play group/child language group room
  • Two-way windows and video monitoring capabilities
  • Speech Science/Assistive Technology Lab
  • Clinical Preparation Room
  • Audiology Suite

 

 

Speech and Hearing Clinic Brochure

Clinic Services: Speech/Language

  • Each CSD undergraduate and graduate student clinician is assigned 1-4 clients, based on their level of study; all student clinicians are supervised by ASHA-certified, PA state licensed speech-language pathologists who serve as full- and part-time clinical faculty
  • Clients range in age from 3 years old to 70-plus years of age
  • Clinics sessions are 45 minutes in length, starting at the top of the hour
  • Therapy is provided for individuals with a wide range of communication disorders, delays and differences such as language, articulation and phonology, aphasia, apraxia, dysarthria, dysfluency and voice as well as for individuals with hearing impairments
  • Comprehensive speech-language evaluations are also offered during the spring and summer semesters 
  • An Aphasia Group providing services to adults recovering from a stroke is also available; this group holds approximately 10-15 clients per week
  • Clinic Hours: Monday through Thursday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Friday 9 a.m. to Noon. There are generally 65 to 70 clients served in our on-campus clinic each semester

Clinic Services: Audiology

  • Each CSD Graduate student completes a practicum in audiology; all students are supervised by ASHA-certified, PA state licensed audiologists who serve as full- and part- time clinical faculty
  • Clients range in age from 3 years old to 70-plus years of age
  • Hearing evaluations, hearing aid consultations, fittings, and maintenance services are completed
  • Assistive listening devices (amplified phones, infared systems for tv listening etc.) are available to lend or purchase to individuals in the community 
  • CAPD testing with follow up recommendations is available
  • Hearing screenings are completed for community health fairs as well as occupational and safety seminars

 


If you have any questions or concerns regarding the content on this page, please contact the CSD web content editor, Renee Jourdanais. 

Office Location:McGowan Room 1074
Phone Number:570-348-6299 x2608
E-mail address:jourdanais@marywood.edu