Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic at OSU-Tulsa
The OSU-Tulsa Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic provides comprehensive services to the Tulsa metropolitan area while offering training opportunities for graduate students in communication sciences and disorders. Graduate students, under the direction of the program’s faculty, offer assessment and therapy services for a variety of speech, language and hearing disorders.
Most patients enrolled in the clinic are seen for individual therapy. The number of therapy sessions and the length of each session vary depending on the severity of the disorder being treated. Sessions are typically scheduled one or two times per week for 25 to 50 minutes.
The clinic offers evaluation and treatment for individuals with communication disorders or differences in the following areas:
- Articulation and phonology
- Hearing loss
- Receptive and expressive language
- Reading and writing
- Fluency (stuttering)
- Accent modification
- Motor speech
- Augmentative communication (AAC)
The OSU Speech-Language Pathology program is accredited by the Council on Academic Accreditation in Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association.
OSU-Tulsa Speech-Language Hearing Clinic is committed to providing quality services regardless of your ability to pay. We accept SoonerCare with a referral form from your primary care physician and as a courtesy will attempt to file a claim with your insurance company. Patients are responsible for any fees not covered by their insurance plans.
Speech, language, voice, fluency, plus hearing screening
|Therapy or Consultation (per hour)||$60|
3-5 individuals, per hour
|Therapeutic services per semester for full-time OSU students, faculty or dependents||$200|
If you do not have insurance or cannot afford the regular cost of services, a sliding fee scale is available with appropriate income documentation. Discounts are available for OSU students and faculty.
Referrals for an evaluation or treatment may come from a patient, parent or guardian, physician, psychologist, teacher or other health care professional or agency.