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services provided by the center

The Center for Speech and Hearing provides a broad range of speech-language pathology and audiology services which are available to the public.  All services are provided under the supervision of nationally certified and state licensed speech-language pathologists or audiologists.  Inquiries regarding diagnostic and/or intervention services may be made at 573-651-2050 or by contacting the clinic coordinator, Amy Herren.

The following diagnostic services are available for children and/or adults of all ages as appropriate:

  • General Learning and Processing Assessment
  • Language Assessment
  • Speech and Voice Assessment
  • Hearing and/or Auditory Processing Assessment
  • Fluency (Stuttering) Assessment
  • Augmentative/Alternative Communication Assessment
  • Swallowing Assessment
  • Literacy (Reading) Assessment
  • Assessment of Cognitive-Related Communication Disorders (e.g. stroke, head injury, etc.)
  • Assessment of Social-Related Communication Disorders (e.g., autism, Asperger syndrome, etc.)
  • Assessment of Infant-Toddler Development

The following intervention services are available for children and/or adults of all ages as appropriate:

  • Language Intervention for Language Delay or Language Disorders
  • Speech Intervention for Speech Sound Disorders Including Cleft Palate and Other Orofacial Disorders
  • Voice Therapy for Voice and Resonance Disorders Including Laryngectomee
  • Fluency Intervention for Stuttering and Related Disorders
  • Aural Rehabilitation Including Auditory Training, Speechreading Training, Communication Training, and Other Intervention Techniques for Persons with Hearing Loss
  • Speech and Language Intervention for Persons with Hearing Aids, Cochlear Implants, and Other Augmentative and Alternative Communication Modalities or Systems
  • Speech and Language Intervention for Cognitive-Related Disorders of Communication (e.g. stroke, head injury, memory loss, etc.)
  • Non-Medical Intervention for Swallowing Difficulty
  • Intervention for Language- and/or Auditory-Related Reading/Literacy Disorders
  • Language and Behavioral Intervention for Social-Related Disorders of Communication (e.g., autism, Asperger syndrome, etc.)
  • Family-Centered Early Intervention Services for Communication and Other Developmental Disorders in Infants and Toddlers


Jayanti Ray
Communication Disorders
Phone: (573) 651-2155
Office: Grauel 112F

Center for Speech and Hearing
402 N. Pacific
Cape Girardeau, Missouri 63701