The UCA Speech-Language Hearing Center, located on the UCA campus, has been serving the community and surrounding areas for over thirty years. Individuals of all ages with a variety of communication needs can receive a comprehensive speech and language evaluation and therapy services. Communication disorders can be the result of strokes, traumatic brain injury, dementia, delayed speech and language development, and many other causes. Individuals who receive services at the UCA SLHC might be experiencing difficulties with stuttering, articulation, literacy, swallowing, voice, language delays, dementia, tongue thrust and cognition.
Clinical faculty at the UCA SLHC are certified by the American Speech Language Hearing Association in speech language pathology or audiology and are licensed by the state of Arkansas. Client services are provided by graduate students in the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders under the supervision of the clinical faculty.