Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic-Denton / Stroke Center-Dallas
Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic – Denton
The Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic located on TWU’s Denton Campus provides assessment and therapeutic services to the University and Denton communities for a minimal fee. Master’s level graduate students under the direct supervision of licensed, certified speech-language pathologists, audiologists, AV therapists, and deaf educators provide assessments and individual intervention for language, literacy, speech sound disorders, accent modification, voice, stuttering, hearing loss, and feeding for children and adults. During the summer, camps are offered for children with sensory/motor-based feeding disorders, language and literacy difficulty, fluency and speech sound disorders including Childhood Apraxia of Speech. Discount rates are available for students and alumni.
For applications or further information about the Clinic, contact:
The clinic is located in MCL 601 on the Denton campus.
The Stroke Center – Dallas
The Stroke Center – Dallas was established in 1992 to provide treatment and training in neurological rehabilitation specifically for stroke and right hemisphere injuries. A core of health professionals and graduate students provide outpatient services. Located in the T. Boone Pickens Institute of Health Sciences on the TWU Parkland campus, the Center operates five 6-week sessions each year. Assessment and intervention services include speech/language therapy, physical therapy assessment, and psychosocial counseling. A major focus of The Stroke Center is clinical research. Individuals may be referred by physician, family, or self.
For applications or further information about The Stroke Center programs contact: