UCF's Communication Disorders Clinic offers cutting-edge diagnostic and treatment services to people of all ages with communication and hearing challenges.

We treat clients from across the human lifespan: From toddlers developing speech and language to adults who have lost speech or language due to disease or trauma.  

The 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-Language Pathologists.

Learn about jobs in the profession in the The ASHA Leader: Where Do Audiologists and Speech-Language Pathologists Work?

Announcement

>> More11/29/16  

Gov. Rick Scott has appointed Debra Knox, clinical educator and coordinator of the Board of Clinical Educators for the Communication Disorders Clinic, as a member of the Florida Coordinating Council for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing. Knox will serve on the 17-member council for four years, contributing her expertise in cochlear implants, hearing aids, hearing disorders and language disorders to assist the nearly 3 million Floridians affected by hearing loss.

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[The clinicians] really pay attention to the patient's needs.
— Spouse of "Jeff",  a stroke survivor
The clinic has helped him with reading comprehension and math problems. We've been very happy with the program.
— Mother of "Christopher",  a child diagnosed with a language delay at age four
As a caregiver, the [clinic's impact] has been tremendous.
— Spouse of "Romeo",  a stroke survivor
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