Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic

Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic


 

Clinic Mission: The Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic functions with a three-fold purpose. The first and primary goal is to serve as a teaching facility for the application of clinical methodology based upon sound theoretical principle. Secondly, the clinic affords students the opportunity to employ scientific methodology of research to the clinical and supervisory processes. Further, the clinic functions to provide quality services to the members of the community with communication disorders.

 

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Speech-Language-Hearing Services

 

Offering a full range of speech, language, and hearing services, the Southeastern Clinic is available for individuals of all ages,  infants through geriatric. Undergraduate and graduate students working toward their degrees in Speech/Language Pathology and Communication Sciences and Disorders practice hearing and speech screening, evaluation and clinical procedures in working with speech handicaps, administration of diagnostic tests, and writing lesson plans for individuals and groups.

 

The clinicians evaluate and treat clients under the direct supervision of clinical faculty certified by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association. Treatment programs are designed to meet the individual needs of the client and may be provided in either individual or group sessions. Therapy sessions are sometimes conducted at off campus site (homes, preschool, etc.) facilities.
 

Clients and families of clients are treated equally without regard to gender, sexual orientation, age, race, creed, national origin or disability. The University program and Clinic comply with applicable laws, regulations, and executive orders pertaining thereto.

 

Clinic Location

 

The Southeastern Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic is located on the second floor of Campbell Hall, and is accessible for those with disabilities. Parking permits are available for clients.
 

Clinic Fees

 

Fees are comparable to other university clinics. The fees for services are available upon request. If you have any questions, or would like more information, call the clinic office at 985-549-2214 or email the clinic graduate assistant at csdclinicga@selu.edu.

 

Clinic Hours


Monday- Thursday 9 a.m.- 5:30 p.m.

 

Clinic Referral for Services

 

Referrals for services are taken from parents, physicians, nurses, psychologists, social workers, teachers, dentists, and many other sources. After contact has been made with the Clinic, an information packet is sent to the client. These forms are to be complete and returned to be a candidate for services.

 

Contact


Ms. Aimee Adams, MA, CCC-SLP
Clinic Director, Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic

Southeastern Louisiana University, SLU Box 879, Hammond, LA 70402
Telephone: 985-549-2214

Email: aadams@selu.edu

 

Speech & Language Services           Hearing & AudiologyServices

Language-literacy disorders

  Hearing screening
Articulation and/or phonological disorders  

Comprehensive hearing (audiological)

evaluation

Communication difficulties related to craniofacial anomalies

 

Aural rehabilitation for individuals with

hearing impairments

Cognitive communication disorders and aphasia

 

Therapy for listening, speech and language difficulties of individuals with hearing impairments

Voice disorders

  Noise level measurements

Fluency disorders

   

Dialect reduction/accent modification

   

 


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