Specialty Clinics

Summer clinic

Achievement through Collaboration (ACT)

This program is designed to 1) address speech and language needs in children and adolescents through collaborative teaming between a university speech-language program (LU) and special education services in regional public schools (PAISD); and 2) prepare graduate students in speech-language pathology in best-practice methods for delivering speech-language pathology services in the public schools. Our clinical rotations include preschool programs for children with disabilities and programs for school-age children with moderate and severe-profound disabilities. For more information contact Dr. Monica L. Bellon-Harn at monica.harn@lamar.edu.

Accent Modification/Management Training

This accent management program offers training in listening skills and in the use of rhythm, intonation, and breathing to improve intelligibility of American English Speech Sounds. Our pretesting process allows us to design personalized plans to meet each individual's unique needs. Lamar students, faculty, and staff are eligible for a discounted rate. Dates and times vary. For more information regarding this program, please contact Karen Whisenhunt Saar at kwsaar1@lamar.edu

Summer Language Enrichment Program

This program is for preschool and school-age children with language disorders, autism, and/or developmental delays may be candidates for this program. The program is twice a week for four weeks and runs during the month of July. Contact Tammy Soniat at (409) 880-8171 for program offerings.

Articulation Boot Camp: July 7-31, 2014

Articulation Boot Camp is an intensive program designed to help children who have difficulty pronouncing speech sounds. Children who receive articulation therapy at school may benefit from this program because the intensive treatment maximizes potential change over a short period of time. Contact Tammy Soniat at (409) 880-8171 for program offerings. 

Voice Lab and Vocology Clinic

This lab serves the department and the university under four categories, teaching, research, clinic, and outreach. Please contact Dr. Nandhu Radhakrishnan at (409)-880-7591 for more information.