Who are we?
The Stockton University Speech and Hearing Clinic provides therapeutic and diagnostic services for children and adults with communication disorders. The services provided at Clinic are conducted by graduate students who work under the direct supervision of a licensed Speech-Language Pathologist certified by the American Speech Language Hearing Association. Services include speech, language, and hearing evaluations as well as treatment for those diagnosed with a communication disorder.
Why is the Clinic important?
The Speech and Hearing Clinic serves as both a training ground for students who are preparing to become speech-language pathologists and also a much needed service to the community by supporting those who are affected by communication challenges.
How can you help?
All donations, no matter the amount, make a tremendous impact on our ability to provide this service to the community. Beginning this fall, clients will pay a $250 semester registration fee (Client Membership Fee) to cover all therapy and diagnostic services tailored to their individual needs. At a minimum, this fee will cover the initial speech/language/literacy evaluation and 12 individualized, 50-minute therapy sessions with additional individual therapy sessions, diagnostic testing, or group therapy opportunities accommodated for at no additional cost to the client when appropriate.
Your support will allow clients to join our Stockton Speech and Hearing Clinic Family – one that YOU contributed significantly to – and meet their communication goals with support and confidence!