Elmhurst College's Speech Language Hearing Clinic to offer free teletherapy

 
Submitted by Elmhurst College
Posted6/5/2020 12:03 PM

This summer, the Elmhurst Speech Language Hearing Clinic at Elmhurst College will offer free speech and language evaluations and therapy through teletherapy.

Beginning on June 15 and extending into July, the speech and language interventions will be provided via teletherapy to individual children and adults of all ages who are unable to see a clinician in person due to concerns about COVID-19.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                       
 

All therapy will be provided by Elmhurst College graduate students enrolled in the Communication Sciences and Disorders master's degree program. All sessions will be supervised by speech-language pathologists who are fully licensed in Illinois and certified by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association.

The six-week summer session will begin on Monday, June 15, and will end on Friday, July 24.

Interested clients can email the speech clinic at speechclinic@elmhurst.edu for more information or to make a free telepractice appointment.

Elmhurst College is a leading four-year college that seamlessly blends liberal learning and professional preparation to help students reach their full potential. Elmhurst offers more than 60 undergraduate majors, 16 graduate programs, evening and online programs for adults, and the Elmhurst Learning and Success Academy for young adults with differing abilities. Elmhurst College is among the top-ranked colleges in the Midwest, according to U.S. News & World Report. Elmhurst College will become Elmhurst University on July 1.

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