About Us

University of Central Arkansas’s Speech Language and Hearing Clinic faculty and graduate clinicians have been helping individuals across the life span and their families actively participate in life by providing comprehensive, dynamic, functional and evidence-based speech/language pathology services to the greater Conway community for over 30 years.

Today we continue that leadership at the forefront of the speech/language pathology profession by preparing the next generation of Speech/Language Pathologists who upon graduation will serve the complex communication needs of individuals and families in birth-to-three centers, private practices, public schools, hospitals and skilled nursing facilities here and across the country.

Through our clinical services and research laboratories, our faculty and graduate clinicians are conducting advanced research so we can deliver the most effective evidence-based clinical assessments and interventions to meet your needs.

The Adult Speech & Language and Pediatric Speech & Language menus on the home page list many of the speech and language disorders we work with in our clinic.

General Resources:

American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA)

Communication Development: Birth – Five Years

Communication Development: Kindergarten – 5th Grade

Typical Speech and Language Development