Undergraduate point requirements: 50 points for graduation cords Graduate point requirements: 20 points for funding (hotel) help for ASHA conference HOW TO EARN POINTS: Attending a NSSLHA Meeting- 5 points Attending a NSSLHA social event- 5 points Attending/Volunteering at a philanthropy event- 3 points Fundraising percentage nights- 2 points Donating to CD 2020 Campaign- 5 […]

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Dues: To join NSSLHA there are dues of $15/semester or $30/year. These dues go to philanthropy events, socials, food, and prizes! This year we are accepting cash and check that can be dropped off at the UA Speech and Hearing Center in the NSSLHA mailbox or Ashlyn Coats’ mailbox OR you can mail them to: […]

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Billing and Insurance Policies

The UA Speech and Hearing Center is a fee-for-service clinic. All clients are expected to pay for speech-language evaluation and treatment services and audiology services. Speech-Language and Audiology services may be paid for by check, cash or credit card. These services are provided by or under the direct supervision of certified speech-language pathologists and audiologists. […]

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Newborn Hearing Screening Follow-up Newborns who do pass the hearing screening performed in the hospital prior to discharge are seen for follow-up testing using non-sedated ABR and OAE test procedures. Our clinic provides this follow-up testing to babies across the West Alabama area. Infants who are confirmed to have hearing loss are then provided necessary […]

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Summer Symposium 2016

The Cooper Lecture Series Presents: Therapy with Teenagers Who Stutter: What Needs to be Changed and Who Decides? TRICIA ZEBROWSKI is a professor in communication sciences and disorders at the University of Iowa. She is a fellow of ASHA and an ABFFD certified specialist in fluency and fluency disorders. Zebrowski’s research focuses on the development […]

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