The Madelyn E. and Albert D. Conley Speech, Language and Hearing Center, located in Dunn Hall at the University of Maine, is a center for clinical education and research as well as a facility for comprehensive state-of-the art speech, language and hearing services.Both the Audiology Clinic and the Speech-Language Clinic provide services for individuals across the lifespan. The Speech-Language Clinic includes a Diagnostic Clinic, a Family-Based Treatment Clinic, and a Stuttering Clinic. Beginning in October 2012 we will begin to provide some Speech Language therapy services via Telepractice.
Conley Speech, Language and Hearing Center:
- Provides speech, language and audiological services to the university community and the general public.
- Collaborates with professionals and agencies serving individuals with speech, language or hearing disorders.
- Promotes public education and awareness of the nature, treatment and prevention of speech, language or hearing disorders.
- Encompasses a strong research focus, with faculty and students investigating the nature of communication disorders and related treatment practices.
- Maintains a client and family-centered approach, working closely with family members, caregivers and other service providers in the client’s life to provide comprehensive, individualized and functional services.
- Has experienced, well-recognized faculty who provide a rich state-of-the-art clinical teaching environment that benefits both students and clients; all faculty involved in clinical education hold the Certificate of Clinical Competence (CCC) in either Speech-Language Pathology or Audiology from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA).
Judy Stickles, M.S., who holds the ASHA CCC in speech-language pathology, is Clinic Director; Amy Engler Booth, who holds the ASHA CCC in audiology, provides audiological services.
For more information or to schedule an appointment, contact:
5724 Dunn Hall, Room 336
University of Maine
Orono, ME 04469-5724
Directions to the University of Maine Campus are available from the UMaine website (http://www.umaine.edu/about/driving-directions/)