Audiology and Speech-Language Clinics are open to the public. The Audiology Clinic provides a full range of diagnostic and rehabilitative services to children and adults. In 2010-2011 the Audiology Clinic had 1739 patient visits for diagnostic services and rehabilitative services, including hearing aids, assistive listening devices, and group and individual therapy. The Speech-Language Clinic offers many programs, including an adult language program for clients with language problems following stroke or other brain injuries, a birth-three program, an adult cognitive-communication screening program at a local skilled nursing facility, the Purdue Preschool Language Program, and voice therapy in conjunction with area physicians. In 2010-2011, the Speech-Language Clinic had over 2770 client visits. Finally, our Audiology and Speech-Language Clinics also provide hearing, speech, and language screening to all incoming Purdue freshmen.
SLHS has been active in continuing education for over three decades. These programs have been supported in part by extramural funds, and are important sources for continuing education credits for speech-language pathologists and audiologists both locally and nationally.