WIU Speech-Language Hearing Clinic Information

Speech-Language Hearing Clinic

Our clinic provides clinical services to adults and children and their families. Our clinic is one component of a teaching institution serving to educate future speech-language pathologists and audiologists.

Clinical Faculty

Graduate and undergraduate student clinicians who are supervised by clinically certified and state-licensed speech-language pathologists and audiologists provide speech, language, and hearing services.


Student clinicians, supervisors, faculty, student observers, and staff sign confidentiality agreements and are required to undergo HIPAA training. Clients of our clinic should feel comfortable speaking with supervisors and/or student clinicians about confidentiality.


**Clinic is only open when students are in session**

WIU Academic Calendar

Speech Clinic

8:00am - 4:30pm (M-TH)

8:00am - 3:00pm (F)
Hearing Clinic

8:00am - 5:00pm (T/TH)

To schedule an appointement for speech, language, or hearing services call (309) 298-1955


The Speech-Language Hearing Clinic is located on the 2nd Floor of Memorial Hall on Western Illinois University's Macomb Campus.

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Services Available

The WIU Speech-Language Hearing Clinic provides speech and language evaluations, hearing evaluations and therapy for speech, language and hearing problems. New speech and language clients will typically be scheduled for an evaluation prior to being enrolled for therapy. Therapy is scheduled by semester (Fall, Spring, Summer) and usually is provided twice a week for 50-minute sessions (M/W or T/TH). Clinic appointments are scheduled by appointment only. Call Amy (309) 298-1955 or email AR-Brown4@wiu.edu to schedule an appointment for speech, language, or hearing services.

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Program Oversight

The Western Illinois University Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic is an integral part of the educational program for speech-language pathologists within the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders. The Council of Academic Accreditation (CAA) of the American Speech Language Hearing Association (ASHA) monitors it. Through this accreditation, students completing this Master's program are eligible to apply for the ASHA Certification of Clinical Competence (CCC-SLP). This certification allows the bearer to work in nearly any venue in any state in the USA or province of Canada. Supervisors within the clinic are ASHA certified and state licensed in Illinois.