Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology Clinic
Established in 1958, the UNC Speech-Language Pathology & Audiology Clinic provides a variety of diagnostic and rehabilitative services to individuals with speech, language, hearing, and/or balance difficulties. Our facility located in Gunter Hall is equipped with instrumentation for diagnosing and treating communication disorders of any age. Referrals from physicians, teachers, speech-language pathologists, audiologists, parents, or other clients are accepted but are not necessary.
The Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology Clinic is a non-profit organization. Services are provided by graduate students under the supervision of faculty and staff who are certified by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA).
- Comprehensive hearing evaluations (adults and pediatrics)
- Hearing aid evaluations, fitting, orientation, sales, and maintenance
- Hearing aid battery sales
- Assistive listening devices
- Cochlear Implant Candidacy Evaluations (adults)
- Aural rehabilitation classes
- Auditory Processing Disorders Evaluations (ages 7 and older)
- Auditory brainstem response (ABR/BAER) assessment
- Otoacoustic emission (TEOAE & DPOAE) testing
- Middle ear (immittance) testing
- Occupational hearing conservation
- Sound measurement and surveys
- Personal hearing protection
- Mobile audiometry
- Comprehensive speech and language evaluations
- Individual and group therapy for children and adults with disorders of fluency, voice, autism, and/or language.
- Individual and group therapy for speech-language disorders following stroke, head trauma, or laryngectomy
- Individual evaluation and treatment of swallowing
- Aural (re)habilitation
- Augmentative communication device training (for individuals with limited or no speech)
- Accent modification therapy
Gunter Hall, Room 0330
Summer, Monday-Friday, 8-5 Appointments: 970-351-2012
Speech-Language Pathology Clinic Coordinator:
Audiology Clinic Coordinator:
Clinic Office Manager:
Cochlear Implant Services
We currently offer adult implant candidacy evaluations, programming/mapping of cochlear implants, and aural (re)habilitation services to pediatric and adult cochlear implant users. Find answers to frequently asked questions about cochlear implant services here. We also have Oticon FM systems which we can loan out for use in the classroom and other challenging listening environments.
Scottish Rite Foundation Funded Programs
The Scottish Rite Foundation of Colorado has a long history of supporting early speech, language, and hearing intervention to preschool and school-age children. Our clinic is one of 12 RiteCare programs in the state. Families are eligible to apply for funding every six months. Contact Dr. Caitlin Raaz at (970) 351-1201 for more information.
- Charges vary according to the services provided. Contact the Clinic for information about specific fees.
- Sliding fee scale available to qualified applicants.
- Visa, Mastercard, and Discover credit cards accepted.
- Reimbursement is often available from health insurance.
- University of Northern Colorado Communication Assistance Program (UNCCAP) is available for qualified individuals to help fund services.
- Medicare, Medicaid, and Colorado Access provider
Finding the Clinic
- If driving south on 8th Avenue, the parking lot entrance is just south of the stop light at 8th Avenue and 18th Street.
- If driving north on 8th Avenue, turn left at 19th Street, then immediately turn right. Continue around Bond Hall, between the Arts Annex and Dickeson Hall, into the Gunter Hall parking lot.
- Enter Gunter Hall through the southeast, garden level entrance.
- Parking permits are available from the reception desk in Gunter Hall 0330.