What to Expect
For further information about our services, call (608) 262-3951 or email email@example.com.
When you contact our clinic, we will obtain the necessary information and schedule an appointment with an appropriate provider.
When you contact our clinic, we will obtain information to determine the need for an evaluation and/or treatment. After this initial intake, you will be added to our waiting list and contacted when an opening becomes available.
Location & Parking Information
Goodnight Hall, 1st Floor
1975 Willow Drive
Madison, WI 53706
UWSHC Parking is free and is located directly in front of Goodnight Hall. Permits are issued in the clinic lobby for parking during your appointment.
Clinic Fax: (608) 262-6466
8:00 AM – 5:00 PM, Monday through Friday.
The clinic generally follows the UW-Madison Academic Schedule and runs on a semester basis. Audiology appointments are scheduled on an ongoing basis. Speech language services are typically scheduled one semester at a time.
Fees & Insurance
As a university-based teaching clinic, the UW Speech and Hearing Clinic is committed to offering affordable services. Please call for information on hearing evaluations and products, speech, language and learning evaluations, and treatment and additional services. Reduced fees may be available based on income level.
Our clinic does not currently bill insurance carriers. The invoice provided to clients at each appointment is insurance friendly and includes all codes needed for filing.
The speech-language fees are based on this semester schedule.
Note that payment is due at each visit upon check-in. Check, credit card (Visa, MC, Discover) or cash are accepted.
The UW Speech and Hearing Clinic provides required clinical experience to students currently enrolled in the university’s graduate degree programs for audiology and speech-language pathology. All clinical services are provided under the care and direct supervision of UW-Madison clinical faculty members, who are all licensed and certified audiologists and speech-language pathologists. These clinical faculty members who are experienced practitioners, and who teach graduate courses, supervise students in provision of services and professional development.
I’m so satisfied with my experiences here. Everyone has been so understanding and professional. My hearing aids have made such a difference in my life! Thank you so much for everything!
This was an amazing experience for both my child and myself. The staff in AAC supported every need or question we had and gave us good ideas and strategies for dealing with communication devices.
This experience was a very positive one for me (and my wife & friends). The service level was wonderful & professional. The student therapist & her supervisor have a terrific ‘customer service’ orientation that was a pleasure to work with.
I can not express my appreciation for being able to have this opportunity to develop my feminine voice with professional guidance. Because of the skill and understanding shown by my student therapist and her professor, I achieved a new level of confidence that I did not think was possible.
Thank you so much for fitting me with new hearing aids before my trip. In the 20 plus years that I have worn hearing aids, I don’t think I’ve ever experienced the quality of service I received at the Speech and Hearing Clinic. Thank you!
Thanks so much for accommodating our field trip with so many hands on activities! The students had fun and learned a lot. Thanks to your grad students, too. We really enjoyed the experience.
Thank you for all your exceptional care and kindness when you helped my father with his hearing aids. He is hearing much better which helped him enjoy his [100th] birthday party even more. You have touched our hearts. Thank you.
I am very happy with how professional the students were at all times around the kids. The way we were treated was so pleasant, and we felt respected as parents. We want to continue to work with the UWSHC, and would recommend your services to anyone needing this kind of treatment.