Clinic FAQ | Speech Pathology and Audiology | Kent State University

Clinic FAQ

Q1: When are services provided?

 

Answer 1:

Speech Language therapy is provided during Fall, Spring and Summer semesters with breaks that coincide with the university schedule

 

Hearing services are provided during Fall, Spring and Summer semesters with breaks that coincide with the university schedule. We are available once a week during breaks to provide troubleshooting assistance.

 

Q2: Can family or care givers observe the session?

 

Answer 2:

Yes. In fact we encourage this to help facilitate the learning process and home programs.

 

Q3: What ages do we serve?

 

Answer 3:

We happily see people of all ages

 

Q4: What insurances do we participate with?

 

Answer 4: More information coming soon

 

Q5: What disorders do we see?

 

Answer 5:

We provide diagnostics and treatments of pediatric and adult clients with articulation, phonology, fluency, language, feeding, neurological, cognitive and voice disorders. We utilize high and low tech augmentative and alternative devices to increase the functional, non-verbal communication abilities with those who require it.  We also address communication and social skills with pediatric, KSU students and adults who have autism spectrum disorder.  

 

Q6: Who provides the services?

 

Answer 6:

Graduate students enrolled in Speech Language Pathology and Audiology provide direct services under the direct supervision of licensed Speech Language Pathologists and Audiologists. Our experienced Speech Language Pathologists and Audiologists typically teach our graduate student clinicians using live supervision.