ISU's Speech and Language Clinic offers evaluation and treatment of children and adults in the following areas: Articulation, Receptive and Expressive Language, Voice, Fluency/Stuttering, Alternative and Augmentative Communication (AAC), Pragmatic (social skills), and Accent Reduction Communication difficulties following stroke or traumatic brain injuries.
Services are performed by graduate student clinicians and supervised by SLP certified and licensed clinical faculty. Our program is a semester based program offering services from September thru December and January thru May, and specialty clinical programs in the summer months (traditional national holidays are observed).
ISU Speech and Language is proud to be certified as a RiteCare Facility. The Scottish Rite Foundation (SRF) of Idaho works in partnership with ISU to provide speech-language services for children at ISU’s Speech and Language clinics. SRF financial scholarships are available to supplement therapy fees. For more information about the scholarship program, please contact Cindy Rock at 208-373-1743.