October 18, 2010

Have you noticed that your voice is getting hoarse after you finished your lectures? Have you observed your students having difficulties with speech, language or hearing? Is there anybody in your family with those difficulties? The UW Speech-Language and Hearing Clinic can help.

Located in the Health Science Building, the clinic provides evaluation and treatment for a variety of speech, language or hearing problems, including vocal difficulties, foreign accent modification, swallowing, developmental articulation difficulties or hearing loss. It also offers assistance with autism, cognitive difficulties secondary to traumatic brain injury or disorders such as Parkinson's or learning disabilities, language or speech difficulties due to stroke.

Call 766-6426 for an appointment. Fees are offered on a sliding-scale basis. For more information, e-mail Christiane Dechert cdechert@uwyo.edu.

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