Speech-Language and Hearing Clinic
The Baylor Speech-Language and Hearing Clinic provides comprehensive evaluation and treatment for patients of all ages with difficulties such as disorders or delays in language or literacy (both verbal and written), speech sounds, voice, swallowing or feeding, social, augmentative, or alternative communication, and hearing.
The Baylor Audiology Clinic provides a full range of hearing health care services to patients of all ages, including audiological evaluations, hearing aid consultations and fittings, real ear measurements, Assistive Listening Devices, earmolds, and more.
The Mary Jo Robbins Clinic for Autism Research and Practice seeks to provide a high-quality learning environment to enhance language and social emotional development for individuals with a diagnosis of or characteristics of autism spectrum disorder or social communication disorder.
The Language and Literacy Clinic provides comprehensive speech and language literacy evaluation to determine the appropriate diagnosis and treatment for children with oral and written language difficulties with interventions provided by graduate clinicians and supervised by clinical faculty.
The Neurorehab Clinic offers treatment for individuals exhibiting speech and language impairments which interfere with communication. These impairments may include stroke, traumatic brain injury, Parkinson's disease, brain tumors, and others.
The Language and Articulation Preschool Class offers treatment for pre-school children who have been identified with moderate to severe speech and language impairments that interfere with learning. Treatment is provided in a small group setting utilizing intensive speech and language stimulation and intervention.
Camp Success is an intense, summer, language and literacy intervention program made possible by a partnership between Baylor University and Waco Scottish Rite. This practicum provides treatment to those children who are identified with language based reading impairments.