Experiential learning is an important part of a Ball State education, and service to the community is one of the university’s core commitments. The Department of Speech Pathology and Audiology combines these values in a way that serves students and members of the community alike.
The university’s Audiology Clinic serves the public with a wide range of hearing health care needs, while providing invaluable clinical experience for audiology students working under faculty supervision. Services range from hearing evaluations and hearing aid fittings to central auditory processing evaluations to industrial hearing conservation services.
Students, under the watchful eye of licensed and certified practitioners, also enrich their education by working at the Ball State Speech-Language Clinic, where children and adults access speech and language diagnostic and therapeutic services. The clinic focuses on communication problems with a wide range of causes, including language delay or impairment, central auditory processing difficulties, voice problems, throat surgery, cerebral palsy, stroke, and Alzheimer’s disease.
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