Speech-Language-Hearing Center

Speech-Language-Hearing Center

The University of New Hampshire Speech-Language-Hearing Center (SLHC) is a premier diagnostic and intervention center that serves as a clinical training program for graduate students in the communication sciences and disorders program. The SLHC offers a full range of speech, language and communication  services to both children and adults. 

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Technical service
Services for Adults
Services for Adults

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Services for Children
Services for Children

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Graduate student clinician Matt helps his client learn to navigate his Prentke Romich Accent while his skills assistant observes.
Neurogenics
Neurogenics

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Voice Therapy
Voice Therapy

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Research Updates

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 closed. To learn more about apraxia of speech (AOS) resources at the Speech-Language-Hearing Center, contact Amy S. Plante, Center Coordinator at amy.plante@unh.edu.