Communication is vital to life. Talking, listening, reading, writing, and gesturing connect us to what we value most: family, friends, work, school, and recreation. Speech-Language Pathologists can help you or a loved one reach full potential.
The IUP Speech, Language, and Hearing Clinic provides diagnostic and treatment services for persons with speech, language, and hearing disabilities. Services are available to all without regard to age, citizenship, disability, ethnicity, gender identity, genetic information, national origin, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, or veteran status.
People with communication disorders are young, old, and in-between. Their problems may have existed from birth or resulted from illness, accident, or injury.
Our clinic provides evaluation and treatment services, both groups and individuals, for the following communication disorders:
In addition to providing speech-language evaluation and therapy services for communication disorders, we also provide services for:
The clinic serves both the university and the regional community. More than 1,000 persons of all ages are served each year, including persons with disabilities, persons with hearing impairment, and senior citizens.
The Speech, Language, and Hearing Clinic is located in room 263, Davis Hall, on IUP's main campus. Visit Map, Directions, and Parking for travel and
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All IUP students majoring in education are required to have a speech and hearing screening for admission to teacher certification. Clinics are scheduled several times each semester. No appointment is necessary. Please bring your I-Card and know your advisor’s name.
Walk-in Clinic Schedule
The Speech, Language, and Hearing Clinic provides closely supervised practical experience for 125 graduate and undergraduate students. Completion of the required hours of supervised clinical experience is one of several requirements to obtain graduate and undergraduate degrees in Speech-Language Pathology at IUP. You can find information on our undergraduate program and graduate programs at our IUP department website, Communication Disorders, Special Education, and Disability Services.
Evaluation and therapy services are provided throughout the year and follow the IUP academic calendar. Our clinic is open Monday through Friday. Hours of operation vary by semester and include both morning and afternoon appointments. Late afternoon appointments are also available to accommodate your after-work and school needs.
We are currently not charging fees for our diagnostic or treatment services.
Please contact us at 724-357-2451 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule an appointment or to obtain more information.