UConn Speech and Hearing Clinic

Community services

Audiology services

The UConn Speech and Hearing Clinic provides a full range of evaluation and treatment services to both children and adults with speech, language, and/or hearing disorders.

Services offered:

  • Hearing
  • Hearing Loss Prevention (screenings, custom and  non-custom hearing protection)
  • Language
  • Cognition (memory and attention)
  • Articulation/phonological disorders
  • Augmentative Alternative Communication
  • Stuttering
  • Swallowing
  • Voice disorders

Special programs are available for improving English pronunciation.

We also offer support groups for particular populations. They include:

Aphasia

  • Aphasia groups are a supportive place to practice speaking and also to learn from the experiences of others with similar language difficulties. Discussions involve current events, coping with life with aphasia, and language games.
  • Book club also available
  • The Fall 2016 Aphasia Group is full.

Brain Injury Alliance of Connecticut

Fluency

Transgender/Voice

  • Social communication group for individuals who are transitioning or have transitioned. Emphasis is on voice and communication.
  • Click here for more information

Social Skills Group

Living Well with Hearing Loss

  • A series of three classes which cover hearing loss and its impact on daily living, hearing aids and their function, and communicating with the hearing impaired, tips and technology.
  • Click here for more information

For more information or to register, please contact the clinic.

Clinic Hours

Monday to Friday – 8:00 AM – 4:00 PM

Contact Information

Phone: 860 486 2629
Fax: 860 486 4948
E-mail:  Speech&HearingClinic@uconn.edu

The Speech & Hearing Clinic is compliant with the Privacy Rule of HIPAA. Our HIPAA Notice of Privacy Practices is available in English and Spanish.
The Clinic operates on a non-profit fee schedule basis and accepts payments from third party sources. Funding for services supports some clients through federal, state, and local programs such as Medicaid, Department of Income Maintenance, Bureau of Rehabilitation Services, and school systems, as well as through various health plans and commercial insurance coverage.
The Clinic’s operations are guided by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association’s (2005) Quality Indicators for Professional Service Programs in Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology.