The College of Education is dedicated to community engagement.
College of Education Clinics
Available services include, individual, group, marital and family work with children. Also, couples counseling related to personal, familial, crisis, special concerns/needs, professional, and career/vocational issues. Additional referrals are made/available when needed. The clinic is staffed by advanced, graduate level UNO counseling students under close supervision by UNO Department of Counseling faculty.
- Monday through Thursdays from 1:00pm to 8:00pm
- Saturdays from 9:00am to 12:00pm
The Speech-Language and Hearing Clinic fulfills a dual mission of providing senior undergraduate and graduate students in the Speech-Language Pathology Program with valuable practicum experiences, as well as providing the community with the opportunity to receive assessments and/or intervention for communication disorders and dialectal differences.
Student clinicians work with clients of all ages under the direction of licensed and certified speech-language pathologists. The clinic delivers services primarily in the on-campus clinic, but also works with area schools and agencies to provide screening and consultative speech, language, and hearing services. The clinic is coordinated by the Speech-Language Pathology Program within the Department of Special Education and Communication Disorders.
Jill Kumke, M.S., CCC-SLP
Lynn Grubb, M.A., CCC-SLP
UNO ASSESSMENT AND INTERVENTION CLINIC
The UNO Assessment and Intervention Clinic provides educational opportunities for graduate candidates in the Mild/Moderate Disabilities concentration.
Graduate candidates provide diagnostic and educational services to school-age children and youth.
Since 1987, the UNO Assessment and Intervention Clinic (previously Learning Disabilities Clinic) has been providing exceptional learning opportunities for children in our community.
While attending the clinic, children will be assessed and individualized research-based interventions will be implemented and monitored.
For more information, contact:
Kristine Swain, Ph.D.
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