Speech Language Pathology Services | Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders

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Speech and Language Services Available for Children and Adults


  • Articulation
  • Voice, laryngeal problems, laryngectomy
  • Language (delayed or loss of language due to illness or injury)
  • Fluency and stuttering
  • Disorders associated with:
    • Stroke (aphasia)
    • Parkinson's disease
    • Cerebral Palsy
    • Cleft Palate
    • Head injury
    • Autism
    • Attention deficits
    • Accent modification
    • Augmentative/alternative communication
    • Cognitive-communication deficits
    • Social communication disorders

Therapy Programs

  • Treatment programs to improve speech and language skills through individual or group sessions
  • Family counseling and education
  • Parent education and support through Project INTERACT
  • Group support and social activities through Project Socialize! for adults who have sustained a stroke or head injury
  • Individual or group instruction to enhance spoken English skills of non-native English speakers