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The Center for Communication Disorders provides individualized speech-language pathology services for children and adults with a variety of communication disorders in the diverse communities of the Greater New Haven, Connecticut.

Staff

The Center for Communication Disorders is staffed by clinical instructors and faculty from the Department of Communication Disorders. All are certified by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association in speech-language pathology, and are licensed by the Connecticut State Department of Health Services. Clinical instructors and faculty are responsible for planning, managing, and supervising all evaluation and treatment services, which are provided by graduate student clinicians of the Department of Communication Disorders.

Services

At the Center of Communication Disorders, we are committed to helping you or your loved one participate to the fullest in all aspects of life through better communication.  Our speech-language pathology services are offered to evaluate and address:

  • Speech disorders
  • Developmental language disorders
  • Voice disorders, including laryngectomy
  • Voice transition
  • Augmentative/alternative communication
  • Functional communication development
  • Executive function disorders
  • Language to literacy development
  • Fluency
  • Central auditory processing disorders

Southern Connecticut State University values and celebrates diversity.  We do not discriminate on the basis of sex, age, disability, race, color, national origin, or sexual orientation in admission to, access to, employment in, and treatment in its programs and activities.

Fees

The Center for Communication Disorders charges a modest fee for all services, billed at the time service is provided.  A sliding scale is available for those who qualify, based on income.  We are unable to accept Medicare, Medicaid and other insurances, and are unable to serve Medicare B recipients.  A complete schedule of fees is available upon request.

Referral

The Center for Communication Disorders accepts referrals from physicians, school systems, community and health agencies, parents and families, as well as through self-referral.  All participants must undergo a comprehensive evaluation at the center to identify eligibility for therapy services and determine the frequency and duration of individual and/or group treatment.  If we cannot schedule your treatment immediately after an evaluation, if eligible, your name will be placed on a waiting list pending availability of services.

The Center for Communication Disorders

Davis Hall Room 012
501 Crescent Street
 New Haven, CT  06515
Phone: 203-392-5955
Fax: 203-392-5968
E-mail: TBD
For more information, call:
203-392-5955

Or visit us on the Web at:
www.southernct.edu/cmd
and click on:  The Center for Communication Disorders