Diagnostic, habilitative, and rehabilitative services are provided to individuals who have deficits in communicative function due to limitations of speech or language. These individuals represent all ages from the infant/toddler period throughout late adulthood.
- Adult Neurogenic Disorders Services
- Adult Speech and Language Services
- Pediatric Speech and Language Services
- Accent and Communication Training (ACT)
Format of Services
- Clients are seen on a semester basis. Every effort is made to provide three consecutive semesters of services. The fall semester runs from September to December, the spring semester runs from February to May, and the summer semester is June and July. The actual dates of services vary.
- Sessions are generally 50 minutes long, and we prefer clients to commit to attending two sessions per week.
- Sessions are held Monday through Friday from 9:00 am – 5:00 pm.
- Sessions are run by graduate students in the SDSU School of Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences under close supervision by faculty supervisors who are nationally certified and/or board certified and state licensed speech-language pathologists.
As of spring 2017, we have moved from a fee-based to a donation-based system.