Type of Facility: Private Practice
Distance From Campus: 98 miles
Academic/Clinical Prerequisites for Placement at the Facility:
Appropriate coursework in articulation, language, fluency, and voice disorders; adult neurogenics; dysphasia; minimum two semesters in Radford University Speech, Language and Hearing Clinic.
Types of Activities Engaged at the Facility:
Outpatient evaluation and treatment, Head Start, public school contracts, nursing homes, home health, early intervention, modified barium swallow studies, and staff meetings.
Disorders Served: Aphasia, apraxia of speech, articulation disorders, autism spectrum disorders, dysphagia, dysarthria, fluency disorders, hearing impairment, language disorders, phonological disorders, voice disorders, and laryngectomy
Age Range for Adults: pediatric-adult
# of graduate students accepted each semester: 1 possibly 2
Minimum # of practicum days expected per week: 3-5