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The University of Georgia has moved all instruction to an online format. Because our clinic services are heavily supported with student clinical and internship rotations, services in our clinics will also be suspended until May 11, 2020. We thank you for your patronage and will work to reschedule appointments once the university resumes its in-person instructional services.

The UGA Speech and Hearing Clinic encourages our patients to follow recommendations from the CDC during this time. We are working to develop alternative ways to deliver our services to you once it is safe to do so. Our staff is still monitoring the clinic voicemail periodically. If you have an urgent audiology need, please call 706-542-4598 and leave a voicemail. We will return your call as soon as possible.

We will frequently update our Facebook page and encourage you to monitor it for tips and advice for how to troubleshoot common hearing device issues at home. We encourage our UGA Speech and Hearing Clinic patients to stay safe during this unpredictable time.

The UGA Speech and Hearing Clinic, housed within the Department of Communication Sciences and Special Education, is a clinical training site for graduate students earning a master's degree in speech-language pathology. Here, students get hands-on training from experienced faculty and professionals, while providing comprehensive prevention, evaluation, and treatment of hearing, swallowing, and communication disorders and differences. Graduate students work under the supervision of state-licensed and nationally certified audiologists and speech-language pathologists.

At the same time, the clinic provides a valuable service to the community, providing testing and screening for all ages for more than 60 years. We also provide hearing aid sales and service. Our services are on the forefront of current practices, based on current research.

If you are having problems with hearing, swallowing, or communication or have concerns that a family member or friend may be having difficulty, please contact our clinic for more information at 706-542-4598.

Our services include:

Free screenings are listed in our upcoming events and announced on our Facebook page. You can also contact the clinic for the next screening date.

The UGA Speech and Hearing Clinic complies with applicable federal civil rights laws. Students, faculty, staff, and persons served are treated in a nondiscriminatory manner without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, ethnicity, citizenship, culture, disability, participation restriction, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity/gender expression, genetic information, language, dialect, or status as a parent or veteran.

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The UGA Speech and Hearing Clinic

Celebrating 60 Years of Research, Teaching, and Service

Outreach Programs and Events

Our summer programs offer intensive clinics for students and adults with speech and hearing difficulties. Visit our event page to learn more.

Upcoming Events

Faculty and Staff

Sandie Bass-Ringdahl

  • Clinical Associate Professor and CMSD Program Director

Lauren Cawley

  • Administrative Associate II

Ansley Lara Crisler

  • Clinical Instructor-Limited Term

Nancy Dellaria

  • Clinical Associate Professor

Holly S. Kaplan

  • Clinical Professor

Amber Laws

  • Clinic Office Manager

Kathy L. Moss

  • Business Manager I

Laura Nichols

  • Clinical Assistant Professor

Nina Santus

  • Clinical Assistant Professor-Limited Term

Alisa Norris Schultz

  • Speech-language Pathology Clinic Coordinator

Contact Us

Director: Carol Ann Raymond

593 Aderhold Hall 110 Carlton Street Athens, Georgia 30602
  • Phone: 706-542-4598
  • Fax: 706-542-4574