George Washington University Speech and Hearing Center Update: The George Washington University Speech and Hearing Center’s doors are temporarily closed due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. At this time, we are suspending physical appointments but, we are offering teletherapy services. As the situation with the coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to evolve, we will update our clients on changes and adjustments to the clinic and our services. Your health is our first priority and we appreciate your understanding. Please call (202) 994-7360 or email [email protected] if you have questions or need to speak to us. We are working to provide our continued support.
COVID-19: What You Need To Know
The George Washington University Speech and Hearing Center is committed to your health and safety as the coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to spread. We are monitoring the CDC and WHO websites and taking all necessary precautions.
The current situation is very fluid and changing continuously. Patients are encouraged to check the following resources for up to date information on COVID-19, including how to best keep yourself safe and what you should do if you suspect that either you or a family member may have fallen ill with this virus.
We will continue to update our website with any changes to these policies. We appreciate your patience during this time.
Since 1946, the GW Speech and Hearing Center has provided a full range of speech, language and hearing services for individuals of all ages with communicative needs in the Washington, D.C., area. With top-of-the-line labs, audiologic quarters, virtual appointment technology and multifaceted treatment rooms, the center maintains the highest standards in comprehensive evaluations, treatments and trainings.
The center is a teaching facility for graduate students in the GW Department of Speech, Language and Hearing Sciences. Therapy is provided by graduate-level clinicians and supervised by certified/licensed speech-language pathologists. Faculty and students also run clinical research projects, in which clients may participate.
“We are working with people who are struggling with the basic ability to communicate. The best days are when you go home knowing you made their lives a little bit easier.”