UCF’s Communication Disorders Clinic offers cutting-edge diagnostic and treatment services to people of all ages with communication and hearing challenges. The clinic treat clients from across the human lifespan, from toddlers developing speech and language to adults who have lost speech or language due to disease or trauma. We are proud to have nationally and internationally recognized clinical educators who are committed to teaching and training the next generation of speech-language pathologists.

Learn about jobs in the profession in the The ASHA Leader: Where Do Audiologists and Speech-Language Pathologists Work?


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COHPA Research Recognition Ceremony

Location: Health & Public Affairs I
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Fall 2017 Commencement

Location: CFE Arena
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Nonprofit Lecture Series - Event Management

Location: Classroom Building: Room 319
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October 27, 2017

UCF Audiologist Janel Cosby shares her expertise on hearing loss in the “Sounds of Silence,” an article by Naseem S. Miller in the November 2017 issue of Orlando Signature. “It’s a silent disease,” said Cosby. “Research shows that on average, once a person internally admits or is aware of hearing loss, it usually takes them seven to 10 years to seek treatment.”

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Brief overview of the different clinical areas within the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders at the University of Central Florida.

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