Services

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. Additionally, all in-person clients must complete the Visitor Access Regisration Form prior to completing each session. Please call 202-994-7360 or email [email protected] if you have questions. For more information, please visit GWU's COVID Response page

As a university-based facility, the GW Speech and Hearing Center offers access to the latest research and cutting-edge procedures in the profession. All supervisory staff hold the Certificate of Clinical Competence from the American Speech-Language Hearing Association (ASHA).

 


Clinical Services

  • Accent Modification
  • Acquired Neurological Disorders
  • Fluency Disorders

  • Hearing Health Care
  • Literacy
  • Pediatric Language and Communication Disorders

  • Social Communication Disorders
  • Speech Motor Disorders
  • Voice

 


Community Services

The center also offers special community service activities facilitated by GW faculty, including literacy clinics, hearing screenings, voice screenings and intensive workshops in transgender voice and accent modification.

Speech and Hearing student works with a child who is holding a sheet of paper.

Speech Therapy Intensives

Intensives are two-day to three-day experiences at the GW Speech and Hearing Center that include multiple individual therapy sessions per day.