clinician implementing voice evaluation with a student

The Miami University Speech and Hearing Clinic consists of twelve individual therapy rooms with observation rooms for family members, audiological suites and equipment for diagnostic and therapeutic procedures with adults and children, as well as real-ear hearing aid analysis and fitting equipment; a voice and speech science laboratory providing equipment for specialized testing, such as laryngeal videostroboscopy, respiratory function, as well as nasometric, acoustical, and transglottal airflow measurements; a large room for group sessions; a language nursery for play-based interventions and infant/toddler language groups; and, a video room for observation and recording. The clinic sees patients of all ages with a diversity of articulation, language, hearing, feeding, and voice therapy needs.

Diagnostic and treatment services are provided by graduate student clinicians under the supervision of experienced, licensed, and certified speech-language pathologists and audiologists. Supervision is carried out in accordance with the guidelines mandated by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) and the State of Ohio Board of Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology.