Communication Disorders Clinic

College of Health Professions and Sciences

Our clinic is open for patients at limited capacity and by appointment only. Teletherapy services are also being offered.  Appointments can be made by calling the clinic front office 407-882-0468. Masks are required and we ask that only one person accompany each client when necessary. Teletherapy services are only approved through Dec. 31, 2021, per our accrediting body. Please stay tuned for updates regarding the continuation of teletherapy for 2022.

Welcome

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.

Make An Appointment

407-882-0468

Intensive Reading Enrichment

for Academic Development held by Literacy Experts at UCF

JUNE 6 - JUNE 30 2022

4 days a week | 3.5 hours/day for 4 weeks | 8:30am - 12pm Tues.-Fri.

For nonreaders or struggling readers
Pre- and post-testing
Intensive reading intervention of clinically-based methods utilizing the latest research on the science of reading
Fun, multisensory, evidence based curriculum
Weekly progress reports
Direct, structured and explicit instruction in small groups
Materials included
Parent education sessions provided

Email [email protected] to sign up

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This tour is for prospective graduate students interested in Communication Sciences and Disorders. This event includes a tour of the UCF Communication Disorders clinical facilities.  A face covering is required in all clinical facilities.

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This is an informational session for prospective students interested in the Master's Program in Communication Sciences & Disorders.  Admissions requirements will be discussed with the Program Director.   Information about the UCF Communication Disorders clinic and their services will be discussed…
This tour is for prospective graduate students interested in the Master's Program in Communication Sciences and Disorders. This even includes a tour of the UCF Communication and Disorders facilities. A face covering is required in all clinicial faciltiies.
This is an informational session for prospective students interested in the Master's program in Communication Sciences & Disorders. Admissions requirements will be discussed with the Program Director.  Information about the UCF Communication Disorders clinic and their services will be discussed…
This tour if for prospective graduate students interested in the Master's program in Communication Sciences and Disorders. This event includes a tour of the UCF Communicaton Disorders clinicial facilities. A face covering is required in all clinicial facilities.

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