UPDATE:  The Schiefelbusch Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic has reopened but in limited capacity.  The clinic and our offices will be limited to appointments only.  No walk-ins allowed. 

For those with appointments, these primary reopening policies will be followed (a complete list of reopening policies is available upon request):

  • Upon arrival, all visitors will complete a COVID-19 screening form
  • Everyone over the age of 5 is required to wear a mask when on-campus
  • Limit 2 clients/patients in our main office at one time
  • Only one person may accompany the client/patient (unless otherwise approved)
  • Hand sanitizer, sanitizing wipes, and plexiglass barriers are available in every room
  • Room surfaces will be sanitized before and after each use

If you have questions, please feel free to contact your speech-language pathologist or audiologist.  Click here for providers

Spring 2021 SCHOLARSHIPS AVAILABLE:

There are Scottish Rite Scholarships available for 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 2020-21 Fee Schedule and Scholarship Application

 

Communication Camp

Due to the COVID-19 health pandemic, the 2021 Sertoma-Schiefelbusch Communication Camp will be different than past years.  Instead of one large camp with 90 campers and dozens of speech-language pathologists and student speech-language pathologists, we are planning several small group camps.  We will announce these camps in mid/late March with registration opening approximately April 1, 2021.  Please check back to our website in mid/late March for additional information.  

 

Online Bill Pay

If you would like to pay your Schiefelbusch Clinic bill, please have your invoice and credit card ready.  

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