Speech and Language Services

 

 

The University of North Texas Speech and Hearing Center provides state-of-the-art diagnostic and treatment services for persons who have speech and language needs. Clients range in age from eighteen months to eighty years and reflect a diversity of speech, language, and voice disorders.

To evaluate clients' communication abilities and needs, speech-language pathologists certified by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association and licensed by the State of Texas team with student clinicians to administer nationally recognized speech and language tests. The diagnostic team also has access to the latest equipment and technologies for identification of voice and swallowing disorders.

The Center offers both individual and group therapy sessions. The one-on-one interaction of the individual approach provides clients with intensive treatment tailored to their specific needs. Groups afford clients opportunities to achieve therapy goals in a naturalistic setting while interacting with people with similar communication disorders. The Center has several exciting group programs including a preschool for children with language impairments, a group for adults who have communication disorders resulting from stroke or head injury, and accent-reduction groups for non-native speakers of English.

Aphasia Support Group

Facebook: UNT Aphasia Support Group

Twitter: @UNTAphasiaGroup

Forms for Download: 

Speech-Language Diagnostic--Adult

Speech-Language Diagnostic--Child (under 18)

Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) Evaluation

Fluency Assessment--Adult

Fluency Assessment--Child (under 18)

Voice Clinic

 

Additional Forms (required):

Notices and Authorization Forms

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