Mary K. Chapman Speech and Hearing Clinic - The University of Tulsa
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Mary K. Chapman Speech & Hearing Clinic

About

The Mary K. Chapman Center for Communicative Disorders at The University of Tulsa provides professional audiology and speech-language pathology services to individuals of all ages. The center is a clinical learning facility of the speech-language pathology program. University students, under supervision of the program’s faculty, provide assessment and therapy services for a variety of speech, language and hearing disorders. The center is located in a well-equipped building accessible to persons with disabilities.

All audiology and speech-language pathology faculty are certified by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association and are licensed by the State of Oklahoma Board of Examiners for Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology.

The clinic is open Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Call 918-631-2504 for appointments.

Chapman Clinic: Where community needs are heard

For half a century, the Mary K. Chapman Speech and Hearing Clinic has served more than 100 patients a year, providing free or low-cost treatment to individuals with communicative disorders who might otherwise have gone without aid. For TU students, the clinic provides on-campus pre-professional experience for those studying for a master’s degree in speech-language pathology.

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Contact

Please contact Amy Boewe at 918-631-2504 or email amb2116@utulsa.edu for an appointment or additional information.

Please complete the Child Case History Form or Adult History Form prior to scheduling an appointment.

Payment

You can pay your bill online at utulsa.edu/mkcc-pay.

Clinical services

The clinic provides a variety of services by appointment. Medical, educational and self-referrals are accepted. Services available include:

  • Free speech-language and hearing screenings* for children
  • Free hearing screenings* for adults
  • Speech-language evaluation**
  • Hearing evaluation**
  • Speech-language therapy
  • Audiologic rehabilitation (including listening therapy for cochlear implant users)
  • Augmentative communication

*Screenings are brief pass/fail assessments that determine whether an individual is at risk for a hearing loss or communication disorder

**Evaluations are an in-depth investigation of an individual’s speech-language and hearing abilities