The UW Speech and Hearing Clinic is located on the campus of the University of Wyoming, in Room 160 of the Health Sciences Center. The Clinic is a training center for graduate and undergraduate students in speech-language pathology and audiology under the direct supervision of licensed and ASHA-certified speech-language pathologists (CCC-SLP) and audiologists (CCC-A).
The Clinic is open to the public. A sliding fee scale is available for speech services based on financial need and UW student status. The Clinic is open from 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.,. Hearing services are available year-round. Speech services follow the University's academic calendar.
The Clinic serves people of all ages and with a variety of communication, cognitive, hearing, and swallowing disorders. These include difficulties due to developmental disabilities, learning disability, stroke, traumatic brain injury, or other injuries and conditions, such as Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s. Audiology services include hearing screenings, diagnostic evaluations, hearing aid evaluations and dispensing, hearing aid repairs, counseling concerning assistive listening devices, fitting custom earplugs, and vestibular assessment.
The Clinic has four treatment rooms, two sound booths, and a testing room for speciality procedures, such as videonystagmography, auditory brainstem response, and endoscopic assessments. Observation rooms with 1-way windows allow parents and family members, along with supervisors and student observers, to observe treatment sessions without intrusion. The Clinic is equipped with state-of-the art equipment and a comprehensive array of evaluation and intervention materials.
The Division of Communication Disorders is an accredited graduate program by the Council of Academic Accreditation (CAA) of the American Speech-Language and Hearing Association (ASHA).To make an appointment for an evaluation, consultation, or treatment, contact the main clinic number at 307/766-6426.
The University is committed to equal opportunity for all persons in all facets of the University’s operations and is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. The University will provide all applicants for admissions, employment and all University employees with equal opportunity without regard to race, gender, religion, color, national origin, disability, age, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, genetic information, gender identity, creed, ancestry, political belief, any other applicable protected category, or participation in any protected activity. The University ensures non-discriminatory practices in all matters relating to its education programs and activities and extends the same non-discriminatory practices to recruiting, hiring, training, compensation, benefits, promotions, demotions, transfers, and all other terms and conditions of employment.
The Division of Communication Disorders applies the University’s Equal Education and Employment Opportunity Statement and Policy to persons served in the program’s clinic, and also provides equal opportunity regardless of an individual’s status as a parent.