College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

Communication Disorders

Speech-Language and Hearing Center

Announcement: The Speech-Language and Hearing Center will be closed July 21 through August 29th. During this time, hearing aid appointments will be conducted for Audiological clients on the lower level of the building. We apologize for any inconvenience. Work is being done on the facility infrastructure in preparation for the upcoming renovation. If you have questions, please contact Sandy DiStasi, secretary of the Communication Disorders Department, at 257-3600.

 

 

 

 

 

Mission

The mission of the SLHC is to facilitate the integration of the professions of Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology through observation and clinical participation experiences. Diverse opportunities are provided to student clinicians to develop competencies and research-based rationales for working with communication-disordered patients. The variety and complexity of the patient population reflect the expertise of the faculty. The SLHC provides resources to the community and a venue for clinical education of students. Students participate in clinical service delivery following current professional standards and ethical guidelines.



The SUNY New Paltz Speech-Language and Hearing Center offers both diagnostic and therapeutic services for children and adults who demonstrate speech, language, or hearing difficulties. Speech and Language Pathologists along with graduate students provide a range of services related to speech and language difficulties and hearing problems.

Audiologists and graduate students provide assessments of hearing and the rehabilitation of hearing loss at the Center including the provision of hearing aids.

Speech and Hearing Teachers Intstruct Children

Speech and Hearing Teachers Intstruct Children

All supervisors of the students hold the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association Certificate of Clinical Competence in either Audiology or Speech-Language Pathology and are licensed by New York State.

Description

The Center has five therapy rooms, one diagnostic-classroom-observation room and a full audiology suite, all equipped with remote video observation and recording capabilities. A student preparation room is available and is well stocked with testing and therapy materials. Students have access the state-of-the-art equipment. A computer laboratory with Internet access is located in the Center.

The Speech-Language and Hearing Center attracts a large and varied caseload from the community and receives referrals from multiple resources. All supervisors of the students hold the American Speech-Language- Hearing Association Certificate of Clinical Competence in either Audiology or Speech-Language Pathology and are licensed by New York State. Our network of external clinical practicum sites is extensive and offers a wide variety of opportunities, including major hospitals, rehabilitation centers, nursing homes, preschools, public schools, and private practices.

The Center is a part of the Department of Communication Disorders and operates on a not-for-profit basis. Members of the community are charged nominal fees for the services available at the Center.

Speech and Hearing Teachers Intstruct ChildrenFor more information contact:
Speech-Language and Hearing Center
State University of New York at New Paltz
Humanities 14A
1 Hawk Drive, Suite 6
New Paltz, New York 12561-2440
Telephone: (845) 257-3600, Fax: (845) 257-3605
email: vayos@newpaltz.edu