Speech Language Pathology Clinic

Introduction

The ability to communicate our feelings, basic needs, and thoughts is taken for granted by most people; however, there are persons of all ages who are unable to communicate effectively or efficiently. The goal of the LSU Health Sciences Center Speech-Language Clinic is to provide services including prevention, identification, diagnosis, consultation, therapy, remediation and referrals for persons with speech and language disorders.

Services

The Speech-Language Pathology Clinic offers a full range of speech and language services for people of all ages by nationally certified and state licensed speech-language pathologists. Graduate students provide evaluations and therapy under close supervision by certified speech-language pathologists. 

Specialized Services include:

Speech sound disorders 
Augmentative and Alternative Communication
Childhood Language Disorders
Literacy
Adult and pediatric Dysphagia
Cognitive-Communication Disorders associated with acquired disorders (such as head injury, ALS, Parkinson’s)
Early Intervention
Neurogenic Communication Disorders (e.g., aphasia)
Social Communication Disorders (autism spectrum disorders)
Fluency Disorders
Voice Disorders including Voice Feminization

Clinicians and Area of Focus

Meher Banajee, Ph.D., CCC-SLP - Augmentative/alternative communication, social communication Disorders (autism spectrum disorders), pediatric dysphagia and early intervention
Molly Brouillette, MCD, CCC-SLP - Dysphagia, adult neurogenic disorders and voice feminization
Rachel Fiore, M.S, (ABD), CCC-SLP – Adult neurogenic disorders 
Leslie C. Lopez, Ph.D., CCC/SLP - Early Intervention; school-age language learning disabilities; Interdisciplinary child health and development Research
Ms. Susan Pancamo, M.C.D., CCC-SLP - Literacy, voice feminization therapy and fluency
Ms. Michelle Willis, M.C.D., CCC-SLP - Pre-school language and speech sound disorders
Brittney Wright, M.C.D, CCC-SLP - Early intervention, autism spectrum disorders, augmentative and alternative communication, aural rehabilitation.

Contact Information

For more information regarding services, please contact:

LSU Health Sciences Center Speech-Language Clinic
1900 Gravier Street, 9th Floor
New Orleans, LA. 70112-2262
Phone: (504) 568-4348
Fax: (504) 568-4352

Email: COMDFrontOffice@lsuhsc.edu
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