The BSU Speech Language and Hearing Center is the recipient of a grant from the Parkinson Voice Project to support implementation of the SPEAK OUT!® & LOUD Crowd® program for individuals diagnosed with Parkinson's Disease. Parkinson Voice Project developed this two-part therapy approach to help individuals with Parkinson's preserve their speech and swallowing abilities.
We are currently accepting referrals for individuals diagnosed with Parkinson's Disease who are seeking Speech Language Pathology treatment. Treatment sessions begin September 2019.
Our center is a "No Fee for Service" program that supports the education of our graduate students in Speech Language Pathology. Our graduate students will work with our clinical educators to apply the evidence supported methodologies of the SPEAK OUT!® therapy program. We will also conduct a weekly LOUD Crowd® group therapy for clients who have completed an intensive course of speech therapy for individual's diagnosed with Parkinson's Disease.
To refer yourself, a client or a family member to the program, please complete the form below.