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Speech-Language Services

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Phone: 435-797-1375
Address: 1000 Old Main Hill
Logan, UT 84322

The Utah State University Speech-Language-Hearing Center provides a full range of evaluation and treatment services to both children and adults of all ages in the community with speech, language, and hearing impairments in the following areas:

  • Accent Reduction (when related to school or job performance)
  • Alternative and augmentative communication
  • Articulation (speech sound errors)
  • Aural rehabilitation for clients with cochlear implants and/or hearing aids
  • Cognition (including services for attention, memory, and reasoning problems due to brain injury or disease)
  • Fluency / Stuttering
  • Receptive and Expressive Language (in speaking, listening, reading, and/or writing; developmental or related to brain injury or disease, e.g., aphasia)
  • Resonance (hypernasal or hyponasal voice quality)
  • Social language (including individuals on the autism spectrum)
  • Speech disorders related to brain injury or disease (including dysarthria and apraxia)
  • Swallowing (dysphagia)
  • Voice (pitch, loudness, voice quality)

DIAGNOSTIC SERVICES

Initial diagnostic evaluations for community members of all ages are typically conducted during scheduled Outpatient Speech-Language clinics by assigned diagnostic teams. These teams are comprised of graduate students in speech-language pathology who are fully supervised by certified, licensed University faculty speech-language pathologists. The initial diagnostic appointment typically is two and one-half hours in length. The evaluation usually includes a:

  • Parent or client interview for obtaining pertinent information
  • Battery of diagnostic assessments
  • Consultation period at the conclusion of the diagnostic procedures to discuss the testing results and recommendations
  • Written report of the findings

TREATMENT SERVICES

Treatment services for children and adults of all ages are available to members of the surrounding communities who have been diagnosed with a communication disorder. Each client’s treatment program is specifically designed to meet his/her individual needs. The treatment sessions are conducted on an individual or small group basis. Most clients receive two sessions of treatment per week for 50 minutes per session; however, some sessions are one time per week for 90 minutes. Treatment is conducted by students with advanced training in the speech-language pathology program who are supervised by certified, licensed University faculty members. The hours of operation are Monday through Friday from 8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M.


 
DRIVING DIRECTIONS

Directions to USU Speech-Language-Hearing Center from Main Street (in Logan):

  • Turn East onto 400 North
  • Proceed up the hill through several stop lights
  • Turn left onto 1200 East (between the Fine Arts building and a church)
  • Go one block North to the stoplight at 700 North
  • Turn left onto 700 North
  • Stay on 700 North and drive one block West
  • Turn left at the “Performance Hall” sign
  • Drive South until the road curves right and then drive West until you see a parking lot with signs for the “Speech and Hearing Clinic” parking
  • Our building is made of yellow brick with a blue sign in front which reads: “Speech-Language-Hearing Center,”
  • After you park your car you will come into the building and pick up a parking pass to put into your car from the staff at the front desk
  • If you have any problems locating our clinic please call the front desk staff at (435) 797-1374 and we can assist you with further directions
  • GPS address 960 E 700 N, Logan, UT 84322

Map Detailing The Location Of The Lillywhite Building On USU Campus

PARKING

Parking is available by special permit in the designated parking stalls along the east and south side of the Lillywhite Building, where the USU Speech-Language-Hearing Center is located. Clients will receive a parking permit at the time of their appointment from the staff assistant at the department's front desk. All clients should report to the reception desk before beginning their services at the Center.



Clinic Policies

The primary purpose of the Utah State University Speech-Language-Hearing Center is to train students in the Department of Communicative Disorders and Deaf Education. Clients who receive services at the USU Speech-Language-Hearing Center should understand that these services are provided by students in the Department who are supervised by certified, licensed faculty members at a level appropriate for the student’s training.

The graduate programs in Speech-Language Pathology and in Audiology are both accredited by the Council on Academic Accreditation of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, 2200 Research Boulevard #310, Rockville, Maryland 20850, 800-498-2071 or 301-296-5700.

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