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 federal civil rights laws and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, ethnicity, culture, age, disability, participation restriction, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity/gender expression, genetic information, religion, language, dialect, or status as a parent or veteran.
Along with providing hearing aid sales and service, the UGA Speech and Hearing Clinic gives students hands-on training from experienced faculty and professionals, while providing comprehensive prevention, evaluation, and treatment of hearing, swallowing, and communication disorders and differences.
Come learn more about the College of Education's speech-language pathology master's degree programs.