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Outreach programs in the Department of Communication Sciences and Special Education

  • Analysis, Interpretation, Instruction, Management (AIIM)

    This project prepares graduate students to evaluate and plan intervention programs for K-12 students with ASD. Students earn a master's degree in special education upon completion and are eligible to sit for the board certification in applied behavior analysis examination.

    Kevin M. Ayres U.S. Department of Education
  • Audiology Services

    The UGA Speech and Hearing Clinic offers comprehensive audiology services for all ages including hearing evaluations, acoustic reflex testing, ABR testing, OAE testing, infant hearing testing, and more!

  • CABER Services

    The Center for Autism and Behavioral Education Research works with local students and teachers to create and sustain supportive learning environments. Here are ways we engage with the community.

  • Collaborative Personnel Preparation in Autism (COPPA) Project

    This innovative College of Education graduate program in special education, which has prepared dozens of elementary school teachers to work with children with autism spectrum disorders over the last several years, has received a third grant to continue through 2017.

    Kara Wunderlich U.S. Department of Education
  • Georgia Sensory Assistance Project (GSAP)

    The Georgia Sensory Assistance Project is a grant funded through the U.S. Department of Education, Office of Special Education Programs, that provides services to children and youth with deaf-blindness from birth through age 21.

    Cynthia O. Vail U.S. Department of Education
  • Preschool Program for Language and Literacy

    This program targets language and literacy skills for pre-K children through evidence-based practices.

  • Responsive Early Education for Diversity (REED)

    This teacher preparation project, also known as the Birth Through Five program, received a second grant to continue and expand its work of training educators to work with high-need infants, toddlers, and young children and their families. the grant supports students who commit to provide two to four years of teaching service to programs for young children with disabilities.

    Cynthia O. Vail U.S. Department of Education
  • Speech and Hearing Screenings

    Free speech and hearing screenings are offered in the UGA Speech and Hearing Clinic twice a year as a community service.

  • Speech-Language Pathology Services

    The UGA Speech and Hearing Clinic offers comprehensive speech-language pathology services for all ages, including aphasia, articulation, speech sound disorders, aural rehabilitation, and more!