Speech-Language Pathology Services

The onsite Speech-Language Pathology Services clinic, operated by affiliate nonprofit Range Community Clinic, is open to the community.

  • Does your voice have appropriate projection, pitch, and intonation?
  • Is your child having difficulty in school?
  • Do you have difficulty understanding your child’s speech?
  • Do you have difficulty understanding your spouse’s speech?

Our Expert Speech-Language pathologists provide evaluation and therapy to children and adults with speech, language, and hearing disorders. Our faculty and staff include experts in the WSU College of Medicine as well as health care providers from Range Community Clinic.

Health Care Providers

Range Community Clinic

Range Community Clinic

Speech-Language Pathology Services are operated by Range Community Clinic, a nonprofit health network affiliated with WSU. The clinic care team consists of Range Community Clinic health care providers.


We are dedicated to the evaluation and treatment of conditions that limit one’s ability to communicate freely. An education and training facility, the clinic prepares students for careers in speech-language pathology. Services provided include screening, evaluation, and rehabilitation for a broad range of communication disorders.

The services provide evaluation and therapeutic services to adults and children with speech, language, cognitive, swallowing, and hearing problems. These include, but are not limited to:

  • Language impairment
  • Language-based literacy disorders
  • Speech sound disorders: articulation and phonology
  • Child apraxia of speech
  • Autism Spectrum Disorder
  • Fluency disorders (stuttering and cluttering)
  • Social communication disorder
  • Speech and resonance disorders resulting from craniofacial anomalies
  • Voice disorders
  • Dysphagia (swallowing)
  • Cognitive impairment (attention, memory, problem solving, and executive functioning)
  • Speech and language problems associated with hearing loss
  • Speech and language problems resulting from brain injury or neuromuscular disease
  • Accent modification
  • Gender-affirming voice and communication

How to Receive Services

We enroll clients for speech and language therapy according to the university calendar for the fall, winter, spring, or summer sessions. Individual therapy sessions are typically scheduled for 50 minutes, two to five times per week.

Appointments are made through Range Community Clinic.

Help Train the Next Generation of Speech-Language Pathologists

Graduate students train within the clinic, gaining experience with a variety of disorders associated with different age groups. while learning under the supervision of nationally certified and state-licensed speech-language pathologists.