Speech-Language-Hearing Center

Speech Language Hearing Center

Speech-Language-Hearing Center

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

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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.
Telepractice
Telepractice

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Voice Therapy
Voice Therapy

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what's new

The SLHC is accepting new clients (children, youth and adults) for speech therapy in the Fall 2020 semester. Face-to-face, tele-practice and a combination of both (hybrid) speech therapy will be available. For face-to-face speech therapy, we have protocols to ensure everyone's health and safety, including screening prior to entering Hewitt Hall, physical distancing, and the use of face shields and/or masks to prevent the spread of germs and viruses. Cleaning of all rooms and materials will take place before and after sessions.  

The 13- week speech therapy program is scheduled to open Wednesday, September 9th.

For additional information, please contact clinic.slhc@unh.edu or call Jane Dodge at 603.862.0965. 

 

 


 

volunteers needed for speech study

Subjects Needed
Looking for children between the ages of 5 - 10 who have a speech sound disorder to participate in an innovative research project