Communication Disorders News
The Baldwin Wallace Speech Clinic is located at 325 Front Street, Berea, Ohio - The clinic is situated at the corner of Front Street and Adalbert Street. Parking is located behind the building and on the side street during the posted times. A handicap accessible ramp is located on the south side of the building. Use this link to print the map . One of the missions of Baldwin Wallace University is to encourage students to engage in experiential learning.The Baldwin Wallace Speech Clinic is one of the few programs in the nation where undergraduates can gain concrete clinical experience. This program helps distinguish Baldwin Wallace University as an exceptional institution for studying Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology.
The Speech Clinic has two individual therapy rooms and one group therapy room with state of the art equipment, an observation facility and professional decor. Thus, allowing for the creation of an environment that would mirror professional settings, enhance the learning experience for the Baldwin Wallace student and improve the quality of care for our patients.
The National Student Speech-Language and Hearing Association (NSSLHA) chapter at Baldwin Wallace has meetings every other Tuesday during lunch. Meetings are open to any member of the campus community. Meeting dates and times are posted on the bulletin board across from Kleist Room 221. To be added to the email list please notify Christie Needham at x2070.
Sponsored Silence Event
A BW NSSLHA event to raise awareness for those without voices! Sponsored Silence allowed people to see a variety of ways to communicate including American Sign Language, pictures and computers.
Students from the Speech Disorders Program volunteer to provide speech/hearing screenings at local schools and in the surrounding communities. These screenings provide valuable experience for the students to help develop skills necessary to excel in their chosen profession.