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Barbara A. Roseman Center for Speech, Language, and Hearing Summer Clinic

The Barbara A. Roseman Center for Speech, Language, and Hearing will offer a six-week Summer Clinic delivered via teletherapy (i.e., it will take place over the computer) from June 22-July 31, 2020. Clients of any age with speech, language, or literacy disorder may enroll in our Summer program.

To participate in our teletherapy summer program, pediatric clients must be able to sustain attention for 30 minutes, have a parent facilitator present during their scheduled sessions, and the family must have a computer with functioning a microphone and camera and internet access sufficient to enable teletherapy sessions.

Sessions are led by graduate student clinicians who will be supervised by licensed and certified speech-language pathology supervisors.

The fee for 6 weeks of service for 6 or 12 total hours of intervention (1 or 2, 60-minute sessions per week) is $230.

The dates of the Summer Program are June 22-July 31, 2020. Make-Up Days are Aug. 3 and 4.

Thanks to support from the Royal Ball Run for Autism organization and other funding sources, scholarships may be available.

Space is limited. Sign up as soon as possible. To enroll in the Summer Clinic, complete the form at this link.

For more information, contact Dr. Stacie Greene, Center Director, at 309-794-7394.

Ashley Mancera at the Center for Speech, Language, and Hearing

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