Speech-Language Pathology Clinic
SLP graduate students ready for a day of therapy!
NSU has speech therapy clinics to serve you on each campus: Tahlequah, Muskogee, and Broken Arrow.
Graduate students provide therapy on Tuesdays, Thursdays, & Fridays under the supervision of our Northeastern State University speech-language pathology faculty.
All services within our three speech therapy clinics are offered free-of-charge!
Our on-campus clinics provide speech services for all ages and for any speech pathology concern. We provide screening, evaluation, and therapy services to address concerns in the areas of autism, aphasia, articulation, language, voice, fluency, swallowing, feeding, cleft palate, and hearing loss. Therapy is available for accent reduction and assistive communication devices. Services can be provided across the lifespan from infants to the elderly for virtually any diagnosis that results in communication, hearing, or feeding concerns.
If you would like to make a referral, complete this form.
For an appointment at Muskogee or Tahlequah Clinic, please call 918-444-3775
For an appointment at Broken Arrow Clinic, please call 918-449-6298
What are the SPEAK OUT!® and LOUD Crowd® Programs?
SPEAK OUT!® and LOUD Crowd® were developed by the Parkinson Voice Project to target the speech and communication deficits associated with Parkinson’s Disease.
SPEAK OUT!® combines speech, voice, and cognitive exercises in 12 individual sessions for 4 weeks.
The LOUD Crowd® is a group therapy session for graduates of SPEAK OUT!®. The LOUD Crowd® meets once weekly to support the maintenance of the skills learned in the individual sessions. The group sessions allow for social interaction with fellow graduates of the SPEAK OUT!® program.
How much does it cost?
Both SPEAK OUT!® and LOUD Crowd® are offered as a free service!
Which clinic offers the program?
SPEAK OUT!® and LOUD Crowd® are offered on the Broken Arrow campus.
How do I get started? May I refer someone?
If you would like to make a referral, complete this form or you can call 918-444-3784 to schedule an evaluation.
Thank you, Tulsa Scottish Rite!
The Northeastern State University Speech-Language Pathology Program is extremely grateful for the annual funding provided by Tulsa Scottish Rite for our clinic on the Broken Arrow campus.
Each faculty member, clinical supervisor, and student in the Northeastern State University Speech-Language Pathology Program is held to the standards of the Code of Ethics of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association as well as the Oklahoma licensing law, including Chapter 15. Rules of Practice OAC 165:15-1-3 (PDF).