MARQUETTE - Northern Michigan University's communication disorders department will offer speech and language evaluation and treatment services to the community again this summer.
Children can be seen from May 13 through July 3 1, and adults from May 13 through June 13.
All services at the NMU Speech-Language and Hearing Clinic are provided by communication disorders undergraduate and graduate student clinicians under the supervision of faculty certified by the American Speech-Language and Hearing Association.
There is no fee for this community service. Funding has been provided through a grant from the Supreme Council 33 Degree Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite and the Valley of Marquette, and by the communication disorders department.
The clinic is located in West Hall in the Seaborg Science Complex.
To make appointments or for more information, contact the communication disorders department at 227-2125.