Speech and Language Clinic

The CSULB Speech-Language Clinic is a university-based teaching clinic that provides diagnostic and therapeutic services free of cost to children and adults who present with speech, language, and/or communication disorders under the supervision of certified and licensed speech-language pathologists. We provide services to

  • Young children with speech/language/developmental delays
  • Children with speech and/or language disorders due to various etiologies (e.g., genetic disorders, brain injuries, unknown causes)
  • School-age children who struggle with spoken (i.e., speaking, understanding) and/or written language (i.e., reading, writing)
  • Children and adolescents who struggle with social communication due to autism spectrum disorders or other diagnoses
  • Individuals who stutter
  • Individuals who struggle with communication after a stroke or a brain injury
  • Individuals who experience speech issues related to a diagnosis of a motor speech disorder (e.g., Parkinson’s, Apraxia)
  • Individuals who experience cognitive issues (e.g., attention, memory) due to cognitive impairments, a degenerative disease (e.g., Dementia), a stroke, or a traumatic brain injury
  • Individuals with voice disorders

Our goal is to provide quality services at no cost to our patients to support your speech/language/communication needs and improve your quality of life. Donations are gladly accepted.

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Speech Language Pathology Video

Consistent with the University’s policies on non-discrimination. The CSULB Speech and Language Clinic provides services free from discrimination on the basis of race, color, ancestry, national origin, ethnicity, gender/gender identity, religion, sexual orientation, marital status, disability, age, pregnancy, and veteran status.