BYU Speech and Language Clinic

About the Clinic

The BYU Speech and Language Clinic is an outpatient clinic that is part of a university academic experience for graduate students. Our student clinicians are studying to become speech-language pathologists under the supervision of licensed speech-language pathologists who are certified by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA).

The clinic offers evaluation and treatment services for both children and adults in many areas, including:

  • Aural rehabilitation
  • Language disorders
  • Memory and cognitive concerns
  • Speech sound disorders
  • Stuttering/fluency
  • Swallowing and feeding impairments
  • Voice disorders

We pair academic requirements and student availability with client needs as we schedule services, plan offerings, and forecast service durations. The clinic is operational from September through mid-June, consistent with the academic calendar for fall and winter semesters and spring terms at BYU.

The Speech and Language Clinic is located in the John Taylor Building, also known as the Comprehensive Clinic, just east of the main BYU campus at 1190 North 900 East, Provo, Utah.

How to Sign Up

The clinic offers speech and language services for infants, children, and adults. Clients may be referred to the clinic by an agency, such as a school or healthcare facility, or may contact the clinic directly without referral.

If you are interested in receiving services at our clinic, simply complete the clinic intake forms online or print the forms and email them to byuspeechclinic@gmail.com. Additional details are found on the clinic intake forms page.

We will contact you to confirm that your forms have been received. As we schedule services for you, we pair the academic requirements and availability of our students with your needs. Due to the high demand for services, you may be placed on a waiting list.

When an opening for services is available, we will contact you regarding scheduling an evaluation. Enrollment in treatment services typically coincidences with the beginning of each new semester and term, though we admit new clients throughout the semester based on student and client needs.

Costs

The BYU Speech and Language clinic is pleased to waive all fees for services at this time, in keeping with Medicare regulations. BYU students also receive all services free of charge.

Questions

For questions or concerns, please see the Frequently Asked Questions or contact the Speech and Language Clinic.

Phone: (801) 422-2870
Email: byuspeechclinic@gmail.com
Fax: (801) 422-0197