WCU Speech Clinic

Assessment and Treatment for Communication and Swallowing

Dial 911 immediately if you or a loved one may be having a stroke.

If you have communication and swallowing changes since your stroke, you can come to the West Chester University Speech and Hearing Clinic to receive free services, including a comprehensive assessment and treatment. Click the tiles below to learn more about concerns that we can help people with.

Apraxia of Speech
Cognitive Impairment
Hearing Loss
Swallowing Problems
  • State licensed speech-language pathologists and audiologists supervise students in our clinic for every assessment and treatment session. All supervisors hold a Certificate of Clinical Competence from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA).
  • Clients can receive services in fall semester (September-November), spring semester (February-April), and summer II (July).
  • WCU Speech and Hearing Clinic is open Monday-Thursday. Call for appointment times.
  • To learn more about the Speech and Hearing Clinic, visit their website.
  • If you want more information or to make an appointment, contact Administrative Assistant for the clinic, Jacki Johnson, at the Speech and Hearing Clinic directly. Call her at 610-436-3402, or email her at jjohnson@wcupa.edu.