The Audiology and Speech Center in the Polsky Building is the clinical training arm of the UA School of Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology.
The Center provides evaluation and treatment for people of all ages, including children with speech, language and hearing disorders; children and adults who stutter; persons with voice disorders; adults who have acquired head injuries; persons who cannot speak and require technology to express themselves; and children and adults persons with hearing losses. Last year the Center logged nearly 4,000 client visits.
Among the many services of the Audiology and Speech Center: individual and group speech and language therapy; audiologic testing and rehabilitation; cochlear implant mapping; and hearing aid dispensing, counseling, selecting, dispensing, orientation, and repair. It also is one of the few sites in the country with an auditory-verbal clinic for infants and children with severe hearing impairments or cochlear implants.
Some of the Center's services are covered by insurance, and fee adjustments can be made based on family income. For more information, call 330-972-7883 or visit the Audiology and Speech Center.