The University of Washington is home to the largest concentration of science research and education in the Northwest with faculty and students providing a multitude of diverse outreach services in the community. Equally, Speech and Hearing Clinic faculty, staff and students proudly carry on the tradition of outreach to the greater Seattle and Puget Sound region.
Here is a sampling of the many clinic related activities our faculty, staff, and students engage in as we celebrate Better Hearing and Speech:
Educating the Husky Marching Band about Hearing Protection
September 25, 2017 — Speech & Hearing Clinic
School may have been out for the summer, but that didn't stop our students from sharing knowledge of their field!
Protect Your Hearing (and Save on Custom Hearing Protection!)
September 21, 2017 — Speech & Hearing Clinic
Protect Your Hearing (and save on custom hearing protection!)
Students see themselves sing, from the inside
September 21, 2017
A group of incoming freshman from Cornish College visited the University of Washington's Speech and Hearing Clinic this week to sit down with Martin Nevdahl, a senior lecturer, who uses a stroboscopy system, a type of camera which photographs the students’ vocal cords while they sing.
Audiology Services: Consumer Ratings Published
July 17, 2017 — Speech & Hearing Clinic
Puget Sound Consumers' Checkbook®, an independent nonprofit consumer organization, surveys consumers and evaluates the quality and prices of local services and products.
Summer Institute on Clinical Education & Supervision
July 6, 2017 — SPHSC
Please join us on Saturday, July 29th from 8:30 to 3:30 for an engaging program, "Captain, Navigator, or Shipmate: Roles and Relationships in Clinical Education", featuring Marilyn Wark from the University of Memphis. Register Here
The Hearing Aid Assistance Program (HAAP) Is Accepting Applications
June 1, 2017 — SPHSC Clinic
The UW Speech and Hearing Clinic has created this program to provide refurbished hearing aids to those in our cummunity who have financial need. The qualifications for assistance include current Medicaid status.
Purdy Project Supports Children of Incarcerated Mothers
May 25, 2017 — Julie Leonardo
The Purdy Project is an intervention for incarcerated mothers and their infants that guides mothers in early speech and language development.