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The University of Central Florida's Communication Disorders Clinic is a premiere institution providing cutting-edge diagnostics and services to people of all ages with communication and hearing challenges. Clients range from preschoolers to seniors and from those learning speech for the first time to those challenged by a loss of speech from disease.

The clinic is equipped with instrumentation for voice and resonance evaluations as well as for swallowing evaluations. A full audiological suite with instrumentation for diagnostic audiometry for children and adults and hearing aid evaluations is available. Service delivery models vary from once a week to intensive therapy for persons with aphasia (stroke survivors) or persons with fluency disorders (such as stuttering or cluttering). In addition, the clinic houses the Florida Alliance for Assistive Services and Technology. This demonstration center affords clients the opportunity to explore the use of low-to-high-tech devices to assist with communication and other cognitive issues.

Most importantly, the UCF Communication Disorders Clinic is proud to have nationally and internationally recognized clinical educators who are committed to teaching and training the next generation of speech and language pathologists.

Mission and Vision

The faculty and staff of the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders are dedicated to the preparation of speech-language pathologists who achieve the highest standards of academic learning, clinical service and scientific inquiry.

We work together in an environment of integrity, cooperation, enthusiasm and mutual respect to educate clinicians and scientists who are sensitive to issues of diversity, embrace the highest ethical standards, provide quality services, and advocate for the well-being of individuals and families impacted by speech, language, hearing and associated disorders.


Clinic Headlines

Students Are Integral Part of Award-Winning Program
Graduate clinicians from UCF’s Communications Disorders Clinic are an integral part of the Brain Fitness Club at the First United Methodist Church of Winter Park, a program recently honored by the International Council on Active Aging.


12/4/13 - Fall 2013 Communiqué

- UCF Listening Center Offers Services for Young Children - p. 1

- Aphasia Friendly - p. 3
- Clinic Threads
- p. 3

- Communication Apps - p. 3

- Process Approach (Aphasia assessment and treatment) - p. 4

Previous Headlines

Continuing Education Opportunity on Oct. 19, 2013 - 9/4/13

Faculty Members, Clinicians Receive LIFE at UCF Grants - 12/3/12

A Coming Home to Find Their Voices - 10/3/12
Alumna, SLP Angel Carson Shares Her Experience as a TBI Patient - 9/26/12
Ready for Kindergarten, with UCF's Help - 8/2/12
Free iPads Give Children with Speech Difficulties a Voice - 3/28/12
Gabrielle Giffords' Therapist Collaborates with UCF to Promote Art Therapy - 2/24/12
New Grant Ensures Continuation of Assistive Technology Center at UCF - 1/6/12

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