Therapy Services

On campus, services generally involve one to one therapy for children and adults who exhibit communication problems. Individualized programs are generated to address the specific difficulties individuals may have with sound production, voice, fluency or language. Use of technology is common, such as an augmentative or alternative communication device or computers. Services for accent modification are also provided.

In addition to on-campus services, the Ewing-Ithaca College Speech and Hearing Clinic sponsors a variety of off-campus, community based services. Communication enhancement programs address the needs of participants within an area long term care facility, at a refugee assistance program, in local Head Start programs and in area day cares. These collaborative activities provide a wide range of therapeutic experiences for student clinicians, while providing a valuable service to the community.

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