The LSU Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic at Louisiana State University is dedicated to serving the communicatively handicapped. The Clinic functions as a vital part of the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders by providing opportunities for advanced clinical training and research.
The LSU Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic sponsors many specialty clinics in addition to standard center-based programs. In addition, the clinic utilizes State-of-the-art instrumentation for quantifying speech parameters in its Swallowing and Voice Disorders Clinic.
Since the Louisiana State University Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic adheres to the highest standards of the highest possible quality of professional services, both the student and client will receive the best that our profession can offer.
Services include various diagnostic and treatment options for individuals with communication disorders. Services are provided by graduate students under the direct supervision of faculty members. All professional clinical faculty are licensed by the Louisiana Board of Examiners in Speech Pathology and Audiology and certified by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association in Speech Pathology or Audiology. Services include:
Speech and Language Treatment
- Speech Sound Disorders
- Language Delay or Disorders
- Fluency Disorders
- Rehabilitation of the Laryngectomized Patient
- Neurological Disorders including Stroke, TBI, Brain Tumors, Progressive/Degenerative Diseases, Concussion Management
- Voice & Resonance Disorders including Cleft/VPI
- Accent Modification Training
- AAC including Voice Banking
- Aural Rehabilitation for the Hearing Impaired
- Pediatric Feeding & Swallowing Disorders
- Adult Swallowing Disorders
- Parkinson's Voice Project including SPEAK OUT! and LOUD Crowd
- Teletherapy sessions available as warranted
Please call for details.
Calendar and Scheduling
The Clinic follows the University Calendar with treatment and diagnostic sessions scheduled to conform with the academic semester schedule. Therapy clients will be notified during the first week of each academic semester as to the dates and times of the schedule. Diagnostic appointments are taken upon call-in, and on an as-available basis.
The LSU Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic
63 Hatcher Hall
We are committed to fostering diversity at the LSU Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic. All individuals with any relationship to the LSU Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic will be treated with respect and dignity and will not be discriminated against on the basis of race, color, sex, religion, creed, national origin, age, citizenship, disability, marital status, sexual orientation, veteran status, or any other legally protected status.
Policies and Procedures for Complaints
Complaints should be reported to LSU’s Office of Civil Rights and Title IX. Reports can be made:
- in-person at 118 Himes Hall
- by phone at (225) 578-9000
- online on the LSU Cares website’s Bias or Discrimination Incident Report