The University Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic (USLHC) is currently providing speech, language, and hearing services at the following community facilities and schools:
- Magnolia Multi-Service Center
- Third Ward Multi-Service Health Center
- House of Tiny Treasures
- Southwest Charter Schools
- MeyerPark Charter School
- Community health fairs and events
Magnolia Multi-Service Center
Screening, evaluation, and treatment for children and adults with communication disorders are provided by graduate clinicians under the supervision of a certified and licensed speech-language pathologist. These services are offered weekly at the Multi-Service Center or via telepractice, whereby therapy is delivered online in the client's home or any setting where high-speed internet is available.
HARC at UH Third Ward Multi-Service Center
The USLHC, in partnership with the Houston Aphasia Recovery Center (HARC), provides weekly drop-in Conversation Groups for adults who have suffered a stroke or other neurological event and have difficulty communicating as a result (aphasia). The purpose of the groups, which meet weekly, is to provide persons with aphasia opportunities to communicate in a supportive environment. Groups practice communication using speech, gesture, written language, or communication devices and are facilitated by graduate clinicians under the supervision of a certified and licensed speech-language pathologist.
House of Tiny Treasures
The House of Tiny Treasures (HTT) is part of SEARCH, a non-profit organization. HTT is a preschool facility for children whose parents are homeless, living in a shelter, or who have a history of homelessness and are enrolled in vocational rehabilitation programs. Graduate clinicians from the USLHC administer screenings, evaluations, group and individual therapy, and pre-literacy enrichment at HTT under the supervision of a certified and licensed speech-language pathologist. Parent education and collaboration with other therapy disciplines are also provided. HTT houses four classrooms, ranging in age from toddler to pre-K.
The USLHC provides screening, evaluation, and group and individual therapy to four Southwest campuses using an educational service delivery model. Under the supervision of a certified and licensed speech-language pathologist, graduate clinicians administer screenings, speech/language evaluations, and group and individual therapy sessions to eligible students.
MeyerPark Charter School
MeyerPark Elementary School is a charter school serving Pre-K through 6th Grade, with the mission of providing a supportive, challenging elementary school atmosphere and an educational alternative to traditional public school. Under the supervision of a certified and licensed speech-language pathologist, graduate clinicians administer screenings, speech/language evaluations, and group and individual therapy sessions to eligible students.
Audiology Community Outreach Services
Hearing screenings are provided to various community facilities and schools. Contact the USLHC, 713-743-0915, or email email@example.com to discuss scheduling group screenings. Scheduling months in advance is recommended to ensure availability.