Established in 1960, the campus Speech, Language and Hearing Clinics offer help to individuals of all ages who are experiencing speech, language or hearing difficulty. The Clinics are an integral part of the training program of the Department of Communicative Disorders & Sciences at SUNY Geneseo.
Undergraduate and graduate student clinicians provide speech, language and hearing services to our clients. Each student clinician provides services under the direct supervision of a clinical supervisor who holds the Certificate of Clinical Competence from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) in speech-language pathology or audiology.
The Speech and Language Clinic provides comprehensive evaluation and therapy services to individuals of all ages. We serve individuals with a wide range of speech-language issues, including:
Augmentative and Alternative Communication
Traumatic Brain Injury
The Hearing Clinic provides in-depth hearing evaluations and aural rehabilitation services to children and adults.
Equipped with the latest technology, the Clinic provides comprehensive diagnostic hearing evaluations, including:
Pure Tone and Speech Audiometry
Acoustic Immittance Testing
Otoacoustic Emissions (OAE)
Auditory Evoked Potentials
(Central) Auditory Processing Evaluations
Hearing Aid Verification and Speech Mapping
The Hearing Clinic also provides individualized aural rehabilitation services to hearing aid and cochlear implant users who want to develop their listening, speechreading, and general communication skills.
Diagnostic and therapy services are provided at a nominal fee. Click here to view our fee schedule.
The Clinics are located on the second floor of Sturges Hall, Room 212, on the SUNY Geneseo campus. Parking for the Clinic is free. Click here to view a campus map.
The Speech and Language Clinic is open during the academic sessions of SUNY Geneseo, including fall, spring, and summer. The Clinic is open Monday through Thursday, with
services available most evenings. The Hearing Clinic is open during fall and spring semesters, with appointments available during the day, Monday through Friday.
The Speech, Language and Hearing Clinics at SUNY Geneseo, as a provider of speech, language and hearing services, seek to create a richly diverse community where individuals from all backgrounds are accepted and differences are respected. The Clinics strive to uphold one of SUNY Geneseo’s core institutional values by fostering respect and appreciation for the broad spectrum of backgrounds, beliefs, talents, interests, and life choices of clients and their families, and student clinicians. Enrollment in the Clinics, whether as a client or a student clinician, is granted without regard to age, color, disability, marital status, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, religion, race, or status as a veteran. The Clinics believe in building a community where all members have an equal opportunity to be served. Although rare, the clinical needs of certain individuals may not be within the scope of services that can be provided by the Clinics. In these instances, every effort to provide referrals to external settings better suited to provide more specialized services will be made.