OSU-Stillwater Speech-Language Clinic


Clinical Services

Comprehensive evaluations and treatment are provided for individuals with communication disorders or differences in the following areas:


  • Articulation and Phonology
  
  • Voice

  • Receptive and Expressive Language

  • Resonance
  • Aphasia

  • Reading and Writing

  • Fluency (Stuttering)

  • Accent Modification

  • Motor Speech
  • Swallowing/Feeding

  • Cognition
  • Alternative Augmentative Communication (AAC)


Referrals

Referrals for an evaluation or treatment may come from the patient, the patient’s parent or guardian, a physician, psychologist, teacher, or other healthcare professional or agency.

Fees

The OSU Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic is committed to providing quality speech, language, and hearing services, regardless of your ability to pay. We accept SoonerCare payment with a referral from your primary care physician, and as a courtesy to our patients, will bill your insurance company. Please remember that you are responsible for any amount that your insurance company does not cover. If you do not have insurance and cannot afford the regular cost of services, we will be happy to apply a very generous sliding scale that is based on income and the number in your family. Most patients enrolled in the clinic are seen for individual therapy. The number of therapy sessions per week, as well as the length of the sessions depends upon the severity of the communication disorder. Therapy sessions are usually scheduled one or two times weekly for 25 or 50 minute sessions.   

Location & Parking

The OSU Stillwater Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic is located in Murray Hall on the OSU campus at the corner of University and Monroe.The clinic has reserved parking spaces for clients in lot 38 or a permit can be issued for the surrounding lots marked staff parking in blue. To see a map to lot locations, click here. All lots require a permit. To obtain a permit, go to 040 Murray.

Outreach clinics

Additionally, the clinical faculty and graduate students provide speech and language services in two clinics on campus; the Child Developmental Laboratory and the Life Center.