Communication Disorders Clinic

College of Health Professions and Sciences

UCF’s Communication Disorders Clinic offers cutting-edge diagnostic and treatment services to people of all ages with communication and hearing challenges. The clinic treats clients across the lifespan — from toddlers developing speech and language to adults who have lost speech, language or swallowing due to disease or trauma. We are proud to have nationally and internationally recognized clinical educators who are committed to preparing the next generation of speech-language pathologists.

Notice: Our clinic is open for patients at limited capacity and by appointment only. Teletherapy services are also being offered. Masks are required and we ask that only one person accompany each client when necessary.

To Make An Appointment Call

407-882-0468

Communication Disorders Clinic

University of Central Florida
3280 Progress Drive
Suite 500 (Main Clinic)
Orlando, FL 32826-3269

Intensive Reading Programs

Give your child a reading and comprehension boost with the help of UCF literacy experts. The Communication Disorders Clinic treats reading and writing disorders and offers specialized reading programs designed to help children with skills like: phonological and phonemic awareness, sounding out unfamiliar words and reading sight words, spelling, reading fluency and comprehension, written expression, and oral language skills.

two children reading a book together

In the News

Upcoming Events

UP NEXT

This is a tour for prospective graduate students of the UCF Communication Disorder clinical facilities.  We will also answer any questions on the Master's Program.

LOOKING AHEAD

This is an informational session for prospective graduate students who are interested in the Master's program in Speech Language & Pathology.  The Program Director, Dr. Towson, will share information as well as the Clinic Director, Ms. Knox.

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