The Speech and Hearing Center

A unique and highly regarded graduate teaching facility, the Speech and Hearing Center at Lehman College provides state of the art diagnostic and therapeutic services to individuals in the NYC Metropolitan area and to members of the Lehman community who have speech, language, hearing, feeding, and swallowing deficits. Services are delivered by graduate-student clinicians under the close supervision of Clinical Supervisors, who are speech-language pathologists and audiologists certified by ASHA (the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association) and licensed by New York State. The Center also serves as a laboratory for undergraduate and graduate students in Speech-Language and Hearing Sciences and faculty doing applied clinical research.
 
Service provision supports evidence-based practices in all diagnostic categories and treatment areas including language development, reading and writing, central auditory processing. articulation, voice, fluency, social language development, and feeding/swallowing for children and adults throughout the lifespan.  Treatment is provided in individual and group settings. Parent and caregiver support is an integral component of our program. Bilingual services are also offered as well as accent modification. Devices for assisting the hearing impaired are available for evaluative purposes.
 
Conveniently located in the Speech and Theatre Building, Room B-50, the Lehman College Speech and Hearing Center is opened during the academic year, Monday through Friday between the hours of 10 am and 9 pm. Parking is available on campus.  Center fees are considerably less than those charged by private practitioners.
 
Please contact us to inquire about services at our center at (718)960-8138.