With the largest university clinic for speech-language pathology in Connecticut, Southern students are offered a wide variety of clinical opportunities. Three on-campus clinical service programs, The Center for Communication Disorders, The Access Network, and Southern Connecticut Audiology Services, provide the communities of the Southern campus and the Greater New Haven area with a wide variety of diagnostic and treatment opportunities in the fields of speech-language pathology and audiology.
The Access Network
The Access Network provides individualized evaluations and group support to improve skills and enhance life participation and quality of life for adults who have acquired communication and/or swallowing disorders resulting from stroke, brain injury or other medical pathologies.
Center for Communication Disorders
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.
Southern Connecticut Audiology Services
Southern Connecticut Audiology Services strives to ensure optimal communication between children and adults with hearing loss and their family and friends so they may be active and successful participants in a variety of meaningful like activities.