Tuscaloosa City and County School Pre-school, Crossing Points, and Private School Cooperative Program
This program is a cooperative program between The University of Alabama Speech and Hearing Center, the Tuscaloosa City Schools, and the Tuscaloosa County Schools. Three and four year old children with speech and language delays/disorders are served in group and individual therapy sessions at The Speech and Hearing Center by undergraduate and graduate students under the direct supervision of a certified Speech Language Pathologist. Students at Crossing Points, a cooperative program The University of Alabama has with the Tuscaloosa City and Tuscaloosa County School for students who have graduated from high school through age 21, with speech and language delays/disorders are provided speech and language services at Crossing Points by The Speech & Hearing Center graduate student clinicians under the direct supervision of a certified Speech Language Pathologist. Students attending private schools in grades kindergarten-12th with speech and language delays/disorders are also served at The Speech & Hearing Center through this program.
Goal of the Program:
To promote community relations among educational entities in our area by together identifying and serving children and young adults ages 3-21 with speech and language delays and/or disorders.