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Twin County Regional Hospital

Type of Facility: Hospital

Distance From Campus: 57 miles

Academic/Clinical Prerequisites for Placement at the Facility:

Appropriate coursework in child and adult speech and language disorders, articulation & phonology, fluency disorders, autism spectrum disorders, childhood apraxia of speech, voice science and disorders, motor speech disorders, aphasia, dysphagia; minimum of two semesters at Radford University Speech, Language, and Hearing Clinic.

Types of Activities Engaged at the Facility:

Evaluation, treatment, outpatient & inpatient rehabilitation, modified barium swallow studies, team meetings.

Age Range served: birth-100

Number of clients served: average of 6-7/day

Disorders served:  Aphasia, apraxia of speech, articulation disorders, autism spectrum disorders, dysphagia, dysarthria, fluency disorders, language disorders, phonological disorders, and voice disorders.

Number of graduate students accepted each semester:  1

Number of practicum days expected per week:  2

Student documentation required:  TB skin test, criminal background check, hepatitis B, drug screen, Rubella titer