The Clinical Education Complex at WKU was founded in 2003 and is comprised of the Family Resource Program, the Kelly Autism Program, the Renshaw Early Childhood Center and the Communication Disorders Clinic. Through these programs, the clinic serves hundreds of clients and their families each year, while also serving as a research center for faculty and an academic resource for WKU students who are pursuing related areas of study. Many students have continued their education in graduate school and have gone on to find professional success as experts in their field.
The CEC serves clients of all ages who have a varying degree of disorders and also refers clients to partner organizations in the community who can provide additional services that complement those received at the CEC.
Learn more about the CEC in our brochure: