This clinic addresses the communication needs of children and adults with speech and language delays and disorders.
The clinic provides diagnostic assessment and treatment services for children and adults throughout the Rochester community who have a wide range of speech and language disorders, including articulation, voice, and fluency issues. Student clinicians also provide supervised outreach services to preschools and schools in the area.
During Nazareth's fall and spring semesters: 45-minute sessions weekly.
During July and August (Summer II session): Twice-weekly sessions.
Individual or small group format, depending on client needs and clinic schedules.
Schedules for therapy are completed before the start of each semester.
Evaluations are scheduled throughout the fall and spring semesters.
Therapy services are provided by students in the communication sciences and disorders and graduate speech-language pathology programs. All therapy is supervised by faculty certified by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association and licensed by the New York State Office of the Professions.
Clients are referred to the clinic from any number of sources, including current clinic families, other clinics and clients, case managers, physicians, social workers, teachers, and community speech-language therapists, but referrals are not required.
A speech-language evaluation and/or progress report must be made available to the clinic if the client has recently attended therapy elsewhere. Arrangements for evaluation can be made through the clinic if needed.
Eligibility and Fees
The clinic offers affordable services to families. Please contact the clinic for the current fees. A sliding fee scale is available.
The speech and language clinic is on the Nazareth campus in the Wellness and Rehabilitation Institute. The clinic space is accessible to people with disabilities.
Coordinator of Operations in Communication Sciences & Disorders