The Schiefelbusch Clinic offers a variety of speech-language services for children and adults.
The Schiefelbusch Clinic provides comprehensive pediatric and adult audiological services.
The Pardee Augmentative Alternative Communication (AAC) Lab houses over 40 different devices, as well as other technology for individuals with complex communication needs.
Each summer, the Schiefelbusch Clinic teams with the Lawrence Sertoma Club to host 90 children at Communication Camp.
FALL 2018 SCHOLARSHIPS AVAILABLE:
There are Scottish Rite Scholarships available for Fall 2018 speech-language pathology services. Due to Scottish Rite's mission, these scholarships are available to children birth to 18 years old. To apply for a scholarship, please read the scholarship letter, and complete and submit the 2018-2019 Fee Schedule and Scholarship Application.
The 2018 Sertoma-Schiefelbusch Communication Camp was June 18th to June 29th at the Douglas County Fairgrounds, Building 21.
For more information about the 2019 Camp, please return to our site on March 1, 2019.
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