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Center for Speech, Language, and Hearing Summer Clinic

The Augustana College Center for Speech, Language, and Hearing will offer a six-week Summer Clinic June 17-July 25, 2019.

There will be no group sessions July 4.

Center staff can help you determine which group may be most appropriate to meet your needs.

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 attached registration form and mail it or drop it off by May 28, 2019, to the following address:

Augustana College Center for Speech, Language, and Hearing
Attn: Alli Haskill
639 38th St., Rock Island, Ill.,  61201

If you are dropping off the form in person, the Augustana College Center for Speech, Language, and Hearing is located at 
851 34th St., Rock Island.

Note that it is not possible to make up more than one session per client for any reason.

For more information, contact Dr. Alli Haskill, director, 309-794-7388.  

Programs, ages and fees

Program A: Individual Intervention

This program is for all ages, toddler through adult. A variety of communication goals is targeted in a one-to-one format. The schedule is arranged on an individual basis (six hours total). Fee per client is $540.

Program B: Toddler Language Group

This program is for toddlers, ages 18-36 months. It focuses on increasing expressive language, vocabulary, requesting, and social interaction. The schedule is 9-10:30 a.m. on Tuesdays. Fee per client is $375.

Program C: Preschool Language Intensive Group

This program is for preschoolers approximately 3- and 4-year-olds. It focuses on basic language structure (grammar, vocabulary, concepts), basic direction following and language comprehension, and social interaction. The schedule is 9-11 a.m. on Mondays and Wednesdays (24 hours total). Fee per client is $640.

Program D: Kindergarten and First Grader Language Intensive Group

This program is for kindergarten-first graders, approximately 5- to 7-year-olds. It focuses on basic language structure (grammar, vocabulary, concepts), basic direction following and language comprehension, social interaction, and early literacy/phonological awareness. The schedule is 9-11 a.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays (22 hours total) no group on July 4. Fee per client is $615.

Program E: School-Age Transitional Communicators

This program is for school-age children approximately 10-14 years. It focuses on literacy and curriculum-based language and social interaction; includes a field trip component. The schedule is 1-3 p.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays (22 hours total) no group on July 4. Fee per client is $615.

Program F: Early School-Age Group

This program is for early school-age children, approximately 7- to 9-year-olds. It focuses on advanced language structure (grammar, vocabulary, concepts), complex direction following and language comprehension, social interaction, and literacy. The schedule is 3-5 p.m. on Mondays and Wednesdays (24 hours total). Fee per client is $640.

Program G: Social Language Group for Adolescents and Young Adults

This program is for young adults 15 years and older. It focuses on social communication, literacy, verbal reasoning, nonliteral language, and higher-level language skills; includes a field trip component. The schedule is 3-5 p.m. on Tuesdays. Fee per client is $370.

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

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