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USU-Listening and Spoken Language Clinic (USU-LSL Clinic)

a smiling baby boy, his mother, and an audiologist. Focus on his bright blue earmold

Speech-Language therapy for children and adults with hearing loss is available at the USU-LSL clinic on Utah State University campus and through tele-intervention. Services are provided by licensed speech-language pathologists and deaf educators who have expertise in hearing loss and spoken language intervention. The clinic is also a training site for graduate students. Students work with licensed professionals in providing services based on current research.

Services offered


Tele-intervention is a service you can receive from the comfort of your home. All you need is a computer or tablet and an internet connection. Benefits of tele-intervention include access to services from a qualified provider with specialized expertise in hearing loss and listening and spoken language, convenient scheduling without the need to travel to the clinic, and more opportunities for family involvement. We can assist you in determining if tele-intervention is the right fit for your family.

How do I enroll into the USU-LSL Clinic?

If you feel that you or your child of any age would benefit from the USU-LSL Clinic, contact Nicole Jacobson by email or at 435-797-9235.