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WKU Communication Disorders Clinic

Communication Disorders Clinic at Western Kentucky University

The Communication Disorders Clinic started in Tate Page Hall in 1976 with only a few clients and has now expanded to serve over 120 members of the community ranging from two years to 55 years of age.  The clinic offers speech, language, and hearing services for nearly three-quarters of the cost of therapy from other agencies and providers.  Annually, the clinic contributes over $213,000 in speech sound production, language, voice, and fluency therapy to Bowling Green/Warren County and surrounding communities.  We have worked diligently to establish an environment that is conducive to learning for both our clients and the students whom are trained in this facility. 

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 Last Modified 9/2/15