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June 7, 2007

ULM Speech and Hearing Clinic full to capacity this summer

This summer the ULM Speech and Hearing Clinic will serve more clients than ever before during this annual period.

All available slots in the Summer I 2007 Clinic have been filled, and there is a waiting list for the slots in the Summer II 2007 Clinic, which begins July 11. Persons interested in services during the Fall 2007 should contact the Clinic at (318) 342-1395.

The ULM Speech and Hearing Clinic evaluates and treats individuals of all ages who experience communication problems. Located on the first floor of Brown Hall, the Clinic is an integral part of the department of communicative disorders and the College of Health Sciences. Clients may be self-referred or by physicians, family members, allied health professionals, or hospital/school personnel.

The Clinic has served the community for more than a quarter of a century, fulfilling contracts with area schools, hospitals, businesses, and the Scottish Rite bodies of Louisiana-Monroe. Adults and children from throughout northeast Louisiana, southern Arkansas, and the Mississippi Delta seek services at the Speech and Hearing Clinic. Annually, more than 400 screenings and evaluations, and over 3,000 hours of therapy are provided.

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