The Northwestern University Center for Audiology, Speech, Language, and Learning combines clinical expertise and pioneering research with an unswerving commitment to client care—providing trusted, research-based services to the entire community.
Building on a foundation of knowledge, expertise, and compassion, our not-for-profit center provides evidence-based evaluation and treatment to clients with hearing, speech-language, and learning challenges. Our expert clinicians offer personalized care to optimize results and build confidence in daily communication.
Our team of experienced clinical faculty direct all levels of client care. The center, an established healthcare resource founded in 1928, partners with medical teams, educators, and other professionals to ensure comprehensive care for each client.
The Northwestern University Center for Audiology, Speech, Language, and Learning brings trusted, expert care to the community, helping children and adults realize their communication and learning potential.
The Northwestern University Center for Audiology, Speech, Language, and Learning is a multifaceted university-based non-profit whose mission is to provide and expand the highest quality, evidence-based, speech, language, learning, and hearing healthcare to the community. This mission is accomplished by providing outstanding direct healthcare to the community, training future clinic professionals, participating in clinical and translational research, and providing healthcare-based educational opportunities for the surrounding communities.