The University of Mary’s Speech-Language Clinic offers services free of charge. The clinic serves a range of populations from birth to adulthood.
The Speech-Language Clinic is part of the Speech-Language Pathology program. Services are provided by graduate students under the supervision of Speech-Language Pathology faculty certified by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) and licensed by the North Dakota State Board of Examiners: Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology.
Our clinic provides evaluation and treatment for the following:
- Accent modification
- Communication needs related to neurogenic conditions, such as Parkinson's disease, dementia, and stroke
- Communication needs requiring assistive technology
- Communication needs related to autism
- Feeding and swallowing disorders
- Fluency disorders
- Language disorders
- SPEAK OUT! & The LOUD Crowd, a program developed by Parkinson Voice Project, which targets improved communication skills for individuals with Parkinson’s
- Speech sound disorders
- Voice and resonance disorders
The University of Mary Speech-Language Clinic offers services free of charge to individuals in need who are uninsured or underinsured.
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The University of Mary’s Speech-Language Clinic is located in the lower-level of the Lumen Vitae University Center on the university’s main campus in Bismarck, ND. The Lumen Vitae University Center is located in the center of campus. Visitors can use the North Entrance to the campus and follow the main road, past the field house, with the Lumen Vitae University Center on the right side of the road.