Clinical Practice / Clinical Centers

Academic Speech, Language & Hearing Center

The Boston University Academic Speech, Language & Hearing Center provides speech and language evaluations and therapy as part of the clinical training program for students in the Department of Speech, Language & Hearing Sciences. Comprehensive evaluations and/or therapy services are provided for individuals with communication difficulties, including:

  • aphasia
  • articulation/phonology
  • oral and written language
  • organization and study skills
  • stuttering
  • voice

These services are provided by graduate students in the Department of Speech, Language & Hearing Sciences, closely supervised by a Boston University faculty member who is a licensed, certified speech-language pathologist.

Evaluations: Clients from toddlers through adults receive a comprehensive evaluation that includes, as appropriate, assessment of speech production as well as oral and written language skills. Clients also receive an extensive written report with detailed recommendations.

Treatment: Clients commit to weekly individual or group therapy sessions throughout the academic semester, which runs for 10–12 weeks.

The Joseph Germono Fluency Center offers individual and group therapy sessions for individuals who stutter. The fluency group is held weekly and is one of the largest of its kind in the area.

The Aphasia Resource Center is associated with the BU Academic Speech, Language & Hearing Center.

Service Regular Fee
Diagnostic Evaluation $150.00/evaluation
Individual Treatment $250.00/semester
Group Treatment $125.00/semester

Scholarship assistance is available for all our services. Special rates apply for BU students, faculty, and staff.

INFORMATION: We maintain a waiting list for prospective clients interested in evaluations and/or treatment. For further information and application forms, please contact us at 617-353-3188.

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