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Helping infants, children, and adults improve their communication for more than 80 years. Image of children working in the clinic.

The Speech, Language and Hearing Clinic at Penn State has a long history of tradition and excellence, with a commitment to serving the community since 1929. Our graduate program in Communication Sciences and Disorders has educated more than half of all practicing speech-language pathologists and audiologists in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.

The Clinic serves clients across the lifespan and we are committed to fair and equitable treatment for all. Assessments and intervention are available for those with delays or disorders in hearing, language, fluency, voice, articulation, and phonology, including those with severe speech impairments requiring augmentative and alternative communication. Communication impairments may result from developmental delays; congenital disabilities such as intellectual disability, hearing impairment, autism, or cerebral palsy; and/or acquired disabilities such as traumatic brain injury, strokes, or Lou Gehrig’s disease.

Speech and Language Services

Explore our pediatric and adult services, offered both in the clinic or at offsite partner locations.

Audiology Services

Learn about our complete range of audiological assessment and habilitation/rehabilitation services.

Appointment Information and Fees

Review our clinic hours, location and parking information and fee structure.

To learn more about our services, or to schedule an appointment, please call 814-865-5414.