BW Students Provide Free Speech Therapy

BW students provide free speech therapy for 1000+ people in NEO

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One's ability to communicate shouldn’t be defined by their ability to pay. That’s why Baldwin Wallace University students provide free service to more than 1,000 Northeast Ohioans annually thorough the region's only free speech and hearing clinic.

The BW Speech Clinic provides speech, language and hearing services to adults and children across Northeast Ohio. All services are provided free of charge.

Working under the supervision of licensed and certified speech-language pathologists, student clinicians from BW’s communication sciences & disorders undergraduate major and speech-language pathology graduate program provide in-depth diagnostic evaluations and individualized therapy services to patients with a variety of speech, language and communication disorders.

Throughout Northeast Ohio

Annually, students and staff serve more than 200 patients at the on-campus clinic and an additional 900 at community locations, including:

  • Bedford City School District
  • Generations Senior Living
  • Olmsted Falls School District
  • The Treehouse

BW students also intern at all major hospital systems and school districts in Northeast Ohio.

  • A speech-language pathology student provides therapy to a boy at the BW Speech Clinic.

    Working under the supervision of licensed and certified speech-language pathologists, student clinicians serve 200 clients annually at the on-campus BW Speech Clinic.

  • A speech-language pathology student provides therapy to a man at the BW Speech Clinic.

    Students provide therapy to adults and children with a variety of disorders, including autism, learning disabilities, stroke, Down’s Syndrome, Multiple Sclerosis and stuttering.

  • A speech-language pathology student provides therapy to a man at the BW Speech Clinic.

    BW students serve an additional 900 clients at community locations. In total, BW students provide free service to more than 1,000 Northeast Ohioans annually.