The New York University Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic is a graduate-training facility within the Department of Communicative Sciences and Disorders.
What We Do:
We provide intervention services to individuals with a variety of communication disorders across the lifespan. Some of the populations we serve include individuals with Aphasia, Apraxia, Traumatic Brain Injury, Down Syndrome, Autism, Stuttering, Voice Modification, Speech and Language Delay, Augmentative and Alternative Communication, and Speech-Sound Disorders.
In addition to providing services in individual and group sessions, we also have various community initiatives and partnerships across the Metro NY area including Lenox Hill Neighborhood House, Creative Steps, Terence Cardinal Cooke, and GiGi’s Playhouse.
Our faculty and supervisors deliver comprehensive clinical education and supervision to graduate student clinicians to prepare them for state licensure and national certification in the field of speech-language pathology.
Who we are:
Our Department offers two modalities both a residential and online program that trains over 500 graduate student clinicians across the United States through our Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic and field placements within our students’ communities.
How you can help:
Donations will help us to improve and support our training and services for clients and graduate student clinicians enrolled in both modalities.