UW Speech & Hearing Clinic is an outpatient center providing exceptional care to the community while serving as a clinical education and research facility. The clinic is a living laboratory in the Department of Speech and Hearing Sciences with graduate students preparing to become audiologists and speech-language pathologists alongside clinical educators who are experts in their field. Our graduate students provide services under the supervision of audiology and speech-language pathology clinical educators who are nationally certified by the American Speech-Language Hearing Association (ASHA) and licensed by the Washington Department of Health.

Our Speech-Language Pathology graduate program is consistently top-ranked by U.S. News and World Report. We invite you and your family to see us for your hearing and speech/language needs, as well as participate in the preparation of the next generation of the best and brightest.

Thank you for your interest in UW Speech & Hearing Clinic! 

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Effective immediately, UW Speech and Hearing Clinic will no longer charge fees for speech-related services. Speech services will be provided regardless of your ability to pay. Donations are welcome, and while they won’t cover all our expenses, they will significantly reduce our operating costs and ensure that we can continue to offer affordable healthcare for many years to come. If you are able and would like to donate, please see the chart below for suggested amounts and make a gift here. Your gift may be tax deductible as charitable contributions for federal tax purposes as allowed by IRS regulations. The UW Foundation’s federal tax id is 94-3079432.

The first step in scheduling with our clinic is to fill out an application. Please complete and return the appropriate intake packet below:

Audiology

Adult Speech-Language

Child Speech-Language

Voice Evaluation (must also complete an Adult or Pediatric Speech-Language Services Application above) This set of forms and questionnaires will provide us with more specific information about your voice concerns. If you are not a singer/performer you do not need to complete the Singing Voice Handicap Index form. You do not need to add up and fill in the "Total Score" section of the questionnaires. 

Communication for Life Group for young adults with developmental disabilities (more information available HERE

Summer Stuttering Camp for Teens (more information available HERE) - 


Release of Confidential Information (permission to share information with other providers)


Each application packet provides important information about our clinic services. Please fill out the forms as completely as possible in order to provide us with information that will assist us in determining how we may best serve your communication needs.

These forms may be filled out on your computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (available for free from Adobe). They can be emailed to the clinic, however, we cannot guarantee that your email communication with us will be secure. If you prefer, you can print the form and fax or mail it to the clinic. Specific instructions for returning completed applications are included in each packet. 

If you have questions about our forms or need more information, please call or email us at 206-543-5440 or shclinic@uw.edu. We look forward to receiving your information and coordinating your care. 

 

UW SPEECH AND HEARING CLINIC POLICY regarding NON-DISCRIMINATION and AFFIRMATIVE ACTION

UW Speech and Hearing Clinic abides by the University of Washington policies regarding non-discrimination and affirmative action with regard to its faculty, staff, students and clients and their families/caregivers.The specific policy should be reviewed and can be found at: http://www.washington.edu/admin/rules/policies/PO/EO31.htmlUW Speech and Hearing Clinic holds paramount the welfare of each client and their family/caregiver members. his includes upholding a client’s rights during all encounters. A copy of a client’s “Bill of Rights” is posted in each waiting area.