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Contact Information

417 Emmet Street South, Ground Floor
P.O. Box 400270
Charlottesville, VA 22903

Please call:
(434) 924-7034
to schedule an appointment.

Parking is available in the lot next to the building, off of Emmet Street. Please park in one of the spaces marked Sheila C. Johnson Clinic, then report to the reception desk to obtain a parking pass. If the SJC spaces are full, park in the Visitor Parking Garage on Emmet Street (beneath the bookstore).

We are located in Bavaro Hall.

Map to The Sheila C Johnson Center

Speech Pathologist and Client at the Sheila C. Johnson Center.

UVA Speech-Language-Hearing Center

Join us for a UVA Rotunda Event - "Hearing Access Through Hearing Loops".

The recent Rotunda renovation included installation of hearing loops that allow for better hearing for those with hearing loss.       Join us for a presentation and demonstration.
Tuesday, Nov. 15, 9:30 - 11:00am. No RSVP needed.
Parking at the Central Grounds Garage.
For more info contact Kristin Roush, Ph.D, CCC-A at kcr9z@virginia.edu, or 434-924-4613

 

The Speech-Language-Hearing Center is a part of the Sheila C. Johnson Center for Human Services.

Improving your quality of life through communication is our specialty.  We’re here to help.

The UVA Speech-Language-Hearing Center offers comprehensive services for the diagnosis and treatment of language, speech, and hearing disorders for adults, adolescents, children, and infants. The facility has treatment rooms with observation capabilities and diagnostic suites for hearing evaluations and hearing aid fittings.

Audiologist and client at the Sheila C. Johnson Center.

Services & Information

Most services are provided by graduate student associate clinicians under the direct supervision of speech-language pathology and audiology faculty who are licensed by the State of Virginia and certified by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association. Our Center also provides invaluable observation opportunities in audiology for our graduate and undergraduate students in Speech Communication Disorders.  The master’s degree program in Speech Communication Disorders is accredited by the Council on Academic Accreditation (CAA) of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA).

Fees

Fee schedules for evaluations and hearing aids are available upon request. Payment methods include cash, third-party reimbursement, credit card, or personal checks. A sliding fee scale can be applied for some services for those who qualify. The Director of Clinical Services can assist clients in making financial arrangements.

Application for Reduced Fee

A referral from your physician is not necessary for evaluations. However, some insurance companies require a medical referral prior to scheduling an appointment.

Please call (434) 924-7034 with any questions.

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