GW Speech & Hearing Center

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.

    George Washington University Speech and Hearing Center COVID-19 Protocols

    In accordance with The George Washington University's COVID-19 protocols, all in-person clients must wear face masks while in the clinic. Please call 202-994-7360 or email [email protected] if you have questions. For more information, please visit GWU's COVID Response page.

    Making an Impact


    "2,500 Annual Clinic Appointments in Speech and Language" with a graphic of a clipboard.



    "900 Annual Clinic Appointments in Audiology" with a graphic of soundwaves traveling into an ear.



    "100 Annual Virtual Telerehabilitation Treatment Hours" with a graphic of a computer with a medical cross on the screen.



    "100% of Clinicians Certified in Clinical Competence" with the ASHA logo.


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    Jordan Sender

    “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.”

    Jordan Sender
    MA '15