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COVID-19 SLH Clinic Information

The Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic started a phased reopening process beginning June 1, 2020. For more information or to schedule an appointment, call 316-978-3289 or email

The Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic at Wichita State University provides speech, language services for literacy, fluency and stuttering, and speech-language disorders following a stroke, head trauma or laryngectomy. The clinic provides audiology services including hearing evaluations, hearing aid fittings, assistive listening devices, blue tooth accessories, custom earmolds, auditory processing disorder assessment, and hearing aid repairs and maintenance. We also offer programs and support groups for aphasia, autism, fluency, literacy, pediatric feeding and more.


Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic

The Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic at Wichita State University provides diagnostic and clinical services to people of all ages who have communication difficulties, including speaking, hearing, swallowing, and spoken and written language impairments. Services are performed by graduate students in the Communication Sciences and Disorders program under the direct supervision of faculty who are licensed to practice speech-language pathology or audiology. We take great pride in providing excellent student education and the highest standard of patient care.

The clinic operates year-round, following the fall, spring and summer session calendars at Wichita State. Our goal is to improve the lives of those living with communication disorders. Contact us today to find out how we can help transform your future!

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Call (316) 978-3289 to schedule an appointment.





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Ways to Give

Our clinic is able to operate and serve the community thanks, in part, to donations. Your gift will help provide much needed assistance to individuals with communication disorders and enhance students' clinical education.  Support the Evelyn Hendren Cassat Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic.