About Our Clinics

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Audiology Clinic

Hearing and Balance Services

The Montclair State University Center for Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology serves the audiologic needs of individuals in the community and provides outstanding clinical training for audiology doctoral students. 

Available Services:

Open to the public, the Center provides:

  • Complete diagnostic testing
  • Hearing aids and other assistive devices
  • Consultation
  • Treatment services for adults and children with hearing impairment, auditory processing problems and/or balance concerns. 

Testing is carried out by doctoral students under the direct supervision of licensed, certified Doctors of Audiology.  Referrals are accepted.  In addition, any person who is concerned about having a hearing or balance problem can make an appointment.

Our clinic is known for:

  • Evaluation of individuals across the lifespan
  • Treating individuals across the lifespan
  • Convenient scheduling
  • Quality care
  • Individualized attention

Assistive Device Center

  • Available to individuals who are interested in learning more about devices that may benefit them.  Individuals can come to the clinic, look at the devices being offered and try them before deciding whether to purchase them.

Diagnostic and Rehabilitative Services

 Our clinic offers:

  • Comprehensive diagnostic hearing evaluations for adults and children
  • Adult and pediatric hearing aid services
  • Auditory brainstem response testing
  • Otoacoustic emissions testing
  • Custom earmolds and hearing protectors
  • Communication needs evaluation
  • Hearing healthcare counseling
  • Comprehensive balance testing
  • Auditory processing disorders testing
  • Opportunities for participation in clinical research

National Recognized Hearing—Health Questionnaire*

If you answer “yes” to three or more questions, please call us to make an appointment at 973-655-3934.

  1.   Do you have trouble hearing in the presence of background noise?
  2.   Do you have trouble hearing the soft sounding voices of women or children?
  3.   Do you have trouble following a conversation, especially in a group setting?
  4.   Do others complain that the volume is too loud while you are watching television or listening to the radio?
  5.   Do you strain to understand certain words or speech sounds?
  6.   Do you find yourself asking people to repeat themselves?
  7.   Do people seem to mumble?
  8.   Do family and friends get annoyed by your hearing difficulties?
  9.   Do you have a problem hearing while speaking on the telephone?

*Courtesy of NIDCD- National Institute of Deafness and other Communication Disorders –one of the National Institutes of Health.

Speech-Language Pathology Clinic

Speech and Language Services

Millions of infants, children and adults have communication challenges that can affect their ability to learn or interact with others successfully.  Difficulties may often get worse without proper assessment and treatment.  The Montclair State University Center for Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology is a state-of-the-art facility designed to train exceptional clinicians while serving the community.  Services are provided by graduate students under the direct supervision of licensed and certified Speech-Language Pathologists.  Our services are offered at a reduced fee and referrals are not needed.  Financial assistance is available.

Available services:

Open to the public, the Center provides:

  • Diagnostic
  • Therapeutic
  • Consultations
  • For individuals or small groups

 Treatment for:

  • Child language delays or disorders
  • Speech/articulation disorders
  • Autism Spectrum Disorders
  • Stuttering
  • Voice disorders
  • Stroke/traumatic brain injury
  • Cognitive- linguistic rehabilitation
  • Accent modification
  • Apraxia of speech
  • Tongue thrust
  • Augmentative Communication
  • Swallowing disorders

Our clinic is known for:

  • Treating all ages: infants through seniors
  • Convenient scheduling
  • Quality care
  • Individualized attention

Group Programs:

Pediatric Speech and Language Programs

Learning playgroups, structured language instruction, and activities to promote communication development are available to:

  1. Early intervention (parent-child groups)
  2. Preschool speech and language groups
  3. Pragmatic and social language skills groups

Adult Language Programs

Conversation, socialization, and activities to enhance speech, language, memory, and other communication skills are available to:

  1. Small groups
  2. Caregivers are invited to observe