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Name: Bayh College of Education. Rowe Center for Communicative Disorders


Historical Note:

The Rowe Center offers assessment and treatment for communication disorders. The Center's Audiology Clinic offers hearing testing (limited appointments) and provides audiologic rehabilitation services (such as speech reading training). The Center's Speech and Language Clinic offers speech and language assessments and treatment for a wide range of speech (articulation/ESL, voice, stuttering) and language(delayed/disordered language development, aphasia, traumatic brain injury) disorders for preschoolers, school-age children, and adults at no cost.

On-Campus Clinic The department is home to the Rowe Center for Communicative Disorders. The center enhances learning at both the undergraduate and graduate level by providing frequent opportunities for students to observe and practice classroom theories in a clinical situation. The center includes therapy rooms with two-way mirrors and sound monitoring systems, and audiology suite, a videotaping and playback viewing suite, and a speech-science laboratory.

Rowe Center for Communicative Disorders

The Rowe Center for Communicative Disorders offers speech and language assessment and treatment to a wide range of speech disorders (articulation, ESL, voice, stuttering) and language disorders (delayed/disordered language development, aphasia, traumatic brain injury) for preschoolers, school-age children, adolescents, and adults at no cost.

The Center enhances learning at both the graduate and undergraduate levels by providing frequent opportunities for students to observe and practice classroom theories in a clinical situation. The center includes therapy rooms with two-way mirrors, sound monitoring systems, videotaping and playback of video, and a speech-science laboratory.

Sources: http://coe.indstate.edu/rowe/index.htm accessed 5-18-2012



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