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The Department of Communication Disorders and Sciences of SUNY Plattsburgh operates the Speech and Hearing Center. The Center serves as an academic facility for student clinicians and also provides a community service for persons with communication/hearing disorders.
The Center provides a full range of evaluation and treatment services for infants, children, and adults with:
Assessment of communication disorders is performed using state-of-the-art equipment and the latest in diagnostic procedures. The center is staffed by fully licensed and certified professionals who supervise student clinicians during the evaluation and treatment of individuals with communication disorders.
Individuals may contact the Center themselves, or may be referred by persons such as physicians, parents, teachers, social workers, psychologists, or other community professionals.
An initial appointment may be arranged by writing or making a telephone call to the Center at (518) 564-2170, or by visiting the Center in person.
Individuals are seen by appointment only, although inquiries are welcome at any time. All inquiries are held in the strictest confidence.
Payment is commensurate with financial status and no individual is ever denied services because of inability to pay.
However, as a non-profit research, service, and training facility a fee schedule has been established to cover operating costs. Many insurance plans cover our services.
The Center is located in Sibley Hall, room 224, on the SUNY Plattsburgh campus in the city of Plattsburgh. The Sibley building can be found on Rugar Street (between Olivetti and Prospect Avenue) and is situated between the campus dormitory towers and Plattsburgh High School.
The Center does close for scheduled periods that coincide with the college calendar since it does serve as an academic training facility for the college. Summer hours are scheduled for specified periods.
For more information about the Speech and Hearing Center at SUNY Plattsburgh, please contact:
Phone: (518) 564-2170
Or by visiting the Center in person.