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The Radford University Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic (RUSLHC) offers individuals across the lifespan comprehensive evaluation and treatment of:
- speech sound disorders
- spoken and written language disorders
- social communication disorders
- cognitive-communication impairments
- hearing impairments
Services are also available to individuals who are interested in accent modification. Unique clinical programs include the Preschool Language Lab, the Autism Center, augmentative-alternative communication evaluations, assessment and treatment of cognitive-communication disorders associated with traumatic brain injury and/or stroke, central auditory processing evaluations, hearing aid evaluations, community screenings, and Scottish Rite Summer Language Programs.
The RUSLHC accepts referrals from clients, caregivers, educators, physicians and allied health care professionals in the New River and Roanoke Valleys. In order to be considered for diagnostic or treatment speech-language services through the RUSLHC, the client or caregiver needs to complete a case history intake form. No clients will be placed on the waiting list or considered for services until a completed case history form is received. Case history forms can be delivered in person or via fax or email.
The Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders is committed to ethical practice wherein all individuals served in the program’s clinic are treated in a nondiscriminatory manner. Although extensive case history information is obtained prior to admission, no information is elicited with regards to race, color, religion, national origin, participation restriction, or sexual orientation; therefore minimizing opportunities for discrimination. Clinic admission is made with some attention to age, as it is considered along with diagnosis when diversifying the clinic in order to meet student training needs.
If you would like to make a referral or have questions regarding any of the services provided by the Radford University Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic, please contact us.