Our Clinics

Speech-Language Clinic

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Speech-Language Clinic is a donation-based community clinic located on Western's campus.

We offer comprehensive service programs for all ages including adults, adolescents, young children, and infants.

Hearing Clinic

A medical professional in blue scrubs fits an older patient with hearing aids in a clinical setting.

Complete audiological assessment to determine the presence, type and severity of hearing impairment.

Our Hearing Aid Bank is available to qualified applicants.

We provide in-person assessment and treatment services as well as tele-medicine services as needed.

Aural Rehabilitation Clinic

A child wearing hearing aids plays with brightly colored toys near a colorfully decorated sofa. A woman sits beside the child engaging with them.

Aural rehabilitation (AR) is a specialized therapy approach that is designed to reduce or eliminate the communication difficulties caused by hearing loss. 

Our goal is to help each person with hearing loss reach their individual listening, learning, and communication potential.

We Are Accepting New Clients

We accept referrals for new clients. However, because we are a training facility operating on the academic calendar, we have limited appointments compared to most clinics. 


Western's clinics accept referrals from physicians, and in some cases, educators, other speech-language-hearing professionals, allied health service providers, and directly from clients. Referrals may be faxed to 360-650-4334.

Driving Directions and Parking Instructions

During the Summer of 2023 our clinic parking lot will be closed due to construction.

Please review this document for specific driving directions to the current parking for patients and clients.

Clinic Portal

Please sign into or create an account at the clinic portal.

Visit the Clinic Portal

Hearing Aid Bank

Western's Hearing Aid Bank offers donated hearing aids to those who would not otherwise be able to afford the expense of purchasing hearing aids and maintaining their devices.

Learn more about the Hearing Aid Bank program

Our Services

Services are provided by students in training, closely supervised by certified and state licensed Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists from the faculty and staff. The Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders' graduate program is accredited by the Council on Academic Accreditation (CAA), meeting or exceeding all academic and clinical standards.