Services of the center are available to anyone who seeks them. Interested persons should contact the clinic office. Because we are a teaching institution, clients are scheduled on the basis of time slots, academic curriculum, student-clinician-to-clinician-educator ratio, and student experience.
Scheduling of diagnostics are typically but not always on Fridays and may require 2-3 appointment dates to complete the process. Treatment sessions are typically scheduled for two days/week, either on Monday/Wednesday or Tuesday/Thursday, for 50 minutes each session.
Special groups meet several times a week during summer sessions.
Availability of services may vary depending on the number of clients currently enrolled, relevant coursework completed by the student clinicians and time preference of the clients. For more information, contact Stacie Thomas, the clinic secretary.
The UL Lafayette, Speech, Language and Hearing Center complies with the University of Louisiana at Lafayette Statement of Nondiscrimination and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, religion, sex sexual orientation, or disability.