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Speech-Language Pathology Clinic

NSU is Here for You

With COVID-19 creating so much uncertainty across the world, NSU is taking decisive and informed action to respond to your concerns. Please be assured that we take the health and safety of NSU students, faculty, staff, and patients, as well as the welfare of the community with utmost seriousness. To that end, NSU is strictly following guidance from the CDC, Florida Department of Health, and the Broward County Health Department.

NSU clinical locations are now scheduling routine care; we are currently slowly opening and planning to be fully operational by July 1st. You can find additional information about NSU's clinical operations ONLINE.

If you have any questions regarding our clinical services or would like to schedule an urgent appointment, please call 954-NSU-CARE (954-678-2273).

If you are calling because you are feeling sick, we will be asking you screening questions. All patients and visitors should be prepared to be screened by a health professional before entering any of NSU’s health care clinics.

For patients using NSU for prescription refills, please call 954-262-4550.

Nova Southeastern University provides evaluation and treatment services for speech, language, and communication delays and disorders. Our offices are located in Davie, Florida, and we also have bilingual specialists on staff.

Who We Help

We offer evaluation and treatment of delays and disorders including:

  • Articulation, phonology, and language problems
  • Developmental and organic communicative disorders
  • Disease-related issues
  • Evaluation and treatment for children and adults
  • Specialty voice, fluency, and augmentative communication clinics.

We have staff with expertise in communication problems resulting from:

  • Autism
  • Head Injury
  • Hearing loss
  • Learning Disabilities
  • ALS
  • Intellectual Disabilities
  • Cleft Palate
  • Stroke
  • Developmental Disabilities
  • Alzheimers or Parkinsons disease
  • Genetic syndromes
  • Cerebral Palsy
  • Acquired Disorders
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