Welcome to the Speech-Language-Hearing Center
The University of New Hampshire Speech-Language-Hearing Center (SLHC) is the premier diagnostic and intervention center in New Hampshire, providing state-of-the-art, evidence-based services to both children and adults with speech-language-hearing disorders and differences. With more than 40 years of providing servies, the SLHC offers a full range of speech-language-communication diagnostic and intervention services. Services are provided by graduate student clinicians who are supervised by state-licensed and nationally certified faculty.
In addition to on-site, face-to-face services, the Center offers clients the opportunity to receive some of their services via telepractice. This is particularly beneficial for those clients who would otherwise find it difficult to travel to Durham multiple times per week.
The Center, located in Hewitt Hall on the Durham campus, includes individual treatment rooms equipped with digital recording equipment and adjacent observation rooms allowing faculty and family members to observe sessions via a one-way mirror. Parking is conveniently located behind Hewitt Hall.
Summer Stuttering Program
Summer program for students 7 - 15. Participants will be grouped by age to develop skills to manage stuttering, to build confidence and to develop new friendships!
Due to limited enrollment, the Summer 2017 Stuttering Program was cancelled. Please check back for information about Summer 2018 Stuttering Program.
The Laboratory for Speech & Language Neuroscience at the University of New Hampshire is currently seeking 5 to 10 year-old children for participation in a treatment study to investigate the efficacy of TEMPO (Treatment for Establishing Motor Program Organization) in Childhood Apraxia of Speech. TEMPO consists of repeated practice of multisyllabic pseudowords with varied stress patterns to improve lexical stress.
Update: The TEMPO Clinical Trials are underway. To learn more about apraxia of speech (AOS) resources at the Speech-Language-Hearing Center, contact Amy S. Plante, Center Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org.
To learn more about this treatment study, click here.