Established in 1941, the Speech-Language Clinic, housed within the SDSU School of Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences, provides diagnostic and intervention services to children and adults in the community.
The clinic functions as the training program for graduate students in the school. All student clinicians are directly supervised faculty supervisors – SDSU faculty certified by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) and licensed by the state of California.
Mission & Values
Services provided in the Speech-Language Clinic are in accordance with values shared by the academic, research, and clinical faculty and the student clinicians providing services. We value:
- Our clients and their individual needs
- The commitment to excellent services
- The coordinated application of academic, research, and clinical information
- The continual development of knowledge leading to improved practices
- Diversity and respect for others regardless of race, sex, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, or disability status
- Partnerships with community care providers that improve client services and student education
- Innovation and creativity
As of spring 2017, the clinic has moved from a fee-based to a donation-based system.