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Communication Disorders

Adult Speech/Language Clinic

Adult Clinic offers services to individuals on campus, in the community of Minot, and from surrounding areas for speech disorders, voice disorders, fluency (stuttering) disorders, neurologically-based communication disorders, language disorders, and accent reduction. Each individual seen at the clinic receives a complete evaluation and has a personal program of therapy designed for them so as to maximize their communicative abilities and increase their level of function in day-to-day life regardless of the disorder. For our students, participation in the Adult Clinic offers a transition to independent delivery of services. The clinic is wheelchair accessible and handicapped parking is available across from the clinic building. We strive to provide the highest quality of services while accommodating an individual's physical disability, class or work schedule, family responsibilities, and other obligations.

For more information on adult clinic services or to schedule an appointment, contact Donna, clinic operations manager, at (701) 858-3030.