Research Study for Children with Hearing Loss & Speech Sound Disorders

Researchers UT Austin want to find out which types of speech therapy are most effective for children with hearing loss. This research study is for children with cochlear implants or hearing aids. Research is always voluntary!

This study might be a good fit if your child

  •  Uses a cochlear implant or a hearing aid
  •  Uses verbal communication
  •  Has difficulties producing speech sounds
  •  Is between 3-5 years of age
  •  Speaks English as their primary language

If you and your child decide to take part in the search study, you would:

  • Receive a standardized assessment of your child’s speech

  •  Participate in up to 8 sessions of evidence based speech therapy

  • administered by a graduate student clinician FREE of charge at the UT Speech and Hearing Center

  • Receive a report at the end of therapy detailing progress

 

 

To take part in this research study or for more information, please contact:

 

Dr. Madhu Sundarrajan 512-471-2014
Email: msrajan@austin.utexas.edu

UT Austin IRB Approved: 11/01/2016

Friday, March 31 at 8:00am to 6:00pm

UT Speech and Hearing Center, 2.200 2504A WHITIS AVE , Austin, Texas 78705

Event Type

Health & Wellness

Departments

Moody College of Communication

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Research Opportunities

Unpaid

Target Audience

Families

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