Clinical Services

Communication Disorders Clinic

The Charles E. and Geneva S. Scott Scottish Rite Communication Disorders Clinic was established in September 1968 as a training facility for graduate students in Appalachian's speech-language pathology degree program, providing hands-on clinical learning experiences. It also offers prevention, assessment and treatment services in the areas of speech, language, swallowing and hearing disorders for children, adolescents and adults with communication disorders in the region.

Our clinic has two locations:

  • First Floor, University Hall, where we see primarily preschool and school-aged clients, and
  • Interprofessional Clinic, First Floor, Levine Hall, which houses our audiology clinic and where we see speech-language pathology clients with medically-based communication disorders (primarily adults).

Contact and Scheduling

For directions, to make an appointment, or to request information, contact the CD Clinic.