Communication Sciences and Disorders

Speech, Language, and Hearing Clinic


Each week the University Speech-Language & Hearing Clinic, located in Room B31, WEB, provides speech-language, hearing and swallowing evaluation and therapy services to approximately 50-60 individuals of all ages from River Falls and surrounding communities.
Services are offered in the areas of:

  • Hearing & hearing aid maintenance
  • Articulation/Phonology
  • Foreign accent reduction
  • Stuttering
  • Voice
  • Language
  • Feeding & swallowing
  • Cognitive aspects of communication
  • Social aspects of communication
  • Augmentative/Alternative communication

In addition to these individual services, the clinic provides:

  • regular support groups for individuals with aphasia, stuttering and fear of speaking.
  • assistance to the University Preschool language facilitation groups for children in need.
  • assistance to local school districts in providing on-site speech and hearing screenings for children in preschool through fifth grade.
  • speech-language services to River Falls Area Hospital.

Clinical services are provided by graduate students in the Department of Communicative Disorders. Supervision is provided by faculty and staff who are certified by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association.Supervisors, click here to access the on-line Calipso evaluation rating forms.
Services are provided free to students. The clinic bills 3rd party insurance and offers a sliding fee scale to others. 

Please review the Speech-Language billing policy
Call the clinic at 715-425- 3801 for more information or see our flyer.

The UWRF Speech-Language and Hearing Clinics comply with the UW-River Falls Statement of Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action and do not discriminate against persons regardless of race, religion, creed, color, sex, national origin, ancestry, age, disability, marital status, pregnancy, gender identity or expression, political affiliation, or military membership.

Contact Us

Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders
B31 Wyman Education Building