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What is Our Mission?
It is the general mission of the UND Speech, Language, and Hearing Clinic to provide supervised academic and clinical instruction and research experience for students; to provide clinical services to individuals, groups and agencies within the University and greater Grand Forks area; to provide professional leadership within the local, state and national professional organizations; and to contribute to the body of knowledge concerning communication processes and communication disorders.
What is Summer Clinic?
The summer clinic is an intensive, six week therapy program that is designed to improve children's speech and language skills.
When is Summer Clinic?
The summer runs for six weeks starting the second week in June. Sessions are held Monday – Thursday and are offered on the hour from 8:00-12:00. Each daily intervention session lasts 50-minutes. There are no sessions on July 4th. Preference is given to those who can attend 4 sessions per week.
Who Can Participate?
The summer clinic is designed to meet the needs of children and adolescents with various communication delays and disorders including:
1. Children with language disorders.
2. Children with speech sound disorders.
3. Children with a medical diagnosis that impacts their communication (cleft palate, autism, etc.).
4. Children who use augmentative or alternative communication.
5. Children with fluency disorders.
What are the Costs?
The cost for the 6 week, 24 session program is $250. If available, the cost for sessions only two days per week will be $125. A $25 registration fee is required to hold your spot. The fee will be applied towards your total amount due. We are able to bill some insurance companies if your child is eligible and has a doctor's referral. Billing needs to be done on a session to session basis rather than a flat 6 week fee. You must provide the clinic with the necessary insurance information by May 1st if you wish to bill insurance for the services. If you have questions or need additional information about fees and billing, please contact the office coordinator at 701-777-3234.
How Do I Register?
Contact the clinic at 701-777-3232 to request a clinic application and submit it with the application fee to the UND Speech, Language, and Hearing Clinic. Space is limited and scheduling is done on a first come, first served basis.