One of the best ways to learn is by practicing what you are taught in the classroom. Texas Woman’s is home to two communication sciences clinics and one dental hygiene clinic that provide low-cost care to clients/patients and practicum experience to students.
Speech, Language & Hearing Clinic
As a TWU student: Our Speech, Language & Hearing Clinic offers hands-on experience with clients to TWU's speech-language pathology graduate students. You will provide clinical services with supervision from faculty members who are ASHA-certified and Texas-licensed speech-language pathologists and audiologists.
As a community member: This clinic provides services to those in the community with speech, language, cognitive-communication, feeding or hearing difficulties.
Hours: Services are offered during the day and after school, with special camps during the summer.
The Stroke Center - Dallas
As a TWU student: TWU's graduate SLP students have practicum opportunities in The Stroke Center - Dallas supervised by your professors to gain experience working with individual clients, assessing their communication needs, outlining a plan of care and providing outpatient services.
As a community member: The Stroke Center offers alternative physiological treatments for clients who have experienced a stroke. Services include speech and language therapy, physical therapy, occupational therapy assessment and intervention and psychosocial counseling.
Dental Hygiene Clinic
As a TWU student: Junior and senior Texas Woman’s dental hygiene students provide services in the Dental Hygiene Clinic to receive hands-on training with patients. You will be supervised by licensed, experienced dental hygienists and dentists.
As a community member: Our Dental Hygiene clinic offers low-cost teeth cleanings, X-rays, oral cancer screenings, teeth whitening and a variety of other services. A free screening will be done to determine if you are a candidate for the dental hygiene care offered in our clinic.
The Department of Communication Sciences and Oral Health does not discriminate on the basis of age, citizenship, disability, ethnicity, gender identity, genetic information, national origin, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, and veteran status. The University clinics comply with nondiscrimination regulations under Title VI and Title VII, Civil Rights Acts of 1964; Title IX, Education Amendments Act of 1972; Vietnam Era Veterans’ Readjustment Assistance Act of 1974; Sections 503 and 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990; the Age Discrimination Act of 1967; and other applicable statutes.
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