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Adult Neuro Clinic :

The Speech-Language Pathology Clinic at Calvin College offers services for adults with speech, language and/or cognitive challenges secondary to a stroke or traumatic brain injury.

Therapy services are provided by graduate student clinicians under close professional supervision by a certified speech-language pathologist. Treatment focuses on the development of functional communication skills. Adults will participate in speech-language evaluations to determine their strengths and challenges and to also determine treatment goals. The speech-language evaluation includes hearing screening. If treatment is recommended, individual therapy sessions will be held once a week at the designated time throughout the semester. A commitment to attend all sessions is important for successful treatment.

Semester Schedules for Adult Neuro Clinic:

  • Fall Semester: Mid-September through Early-December
  • Sping Semester: Mid-February through Early-May
  • Summer Semster: Late-June through Early-August

Individual sessions are held on Tuesday and Thursday afternoons at 1:00, 2:00, 3:00 and 4:00 p.m

Group therapy sessions are offered on Thursday afternoons during the fall and spring semesters. Group therapy focuses on social interaction skills. Clients are placed in the best suited group (verbal, non-verbal & intermediate).

Caregiver support groups are offered every other Thursday afternoon during the fall and spring semester. This group is led by faculty and students from the Calvin Social Work Department.

Session Fees:

A nominal fee of $20.00 (cash or check) per individual session and $10.00 per group therapy session will be charged. Payment plans are flexible and please contact us if this is a financial hardship so that we can make other arrangements.

To Register:

We are now accepting applications for the 2014 Summer Session. Summer session begins the week of June 24 and continues through August 7.

Please print and complete the Calvin Adult Case History Form.

This application form should be submitted by either fax, email, or regular mail to: Evelyn, Speech Pathology Program.