Our Clinic


The UVA Speech Language Hearing Center is a part of the Sheila C. Johnson Center for Human Services (SJC). The SJC occupies the entire ground floor of our building: Bavaro Hall. The UVA Speech Language Hearing Center is a full-service out-patient clinic. Our primary goals in operating our clinic are to (1) provide students with many and diverse clinical learning experiences, and (2) provide those learning experiences in the environment of a modern workplace.

Our clientele includes many clinical populations: stuttering, voice disorders, traumatic brain injury, autism, cochlear implants, language disorders, articulation and phonological disorders, early intervention (including feeding and swallowing), motor speech disorders, and accent modification, to name a few. We serve several Spanish speaking clients. In addition we provide services outside of SJC in two local schools. We also work closely with Otology and Laryngology in UVA Health Sciences.

To give you a better sense of our UVA Speech Language Hearing Center, please browse through the following photographs.

Our house
Our front door
You’re in the right place!
Reception desk
Waiting room
Round atrium
Large multipurpose clinic room
A typical clinic room
Materials room
Audiology booth
Students demonstrating treatment
Students demonstrating treatment
View from observation room
Another observation room view