Diana Rogovin Davidow Speech Language Hearing Center
The Speech Language Hearing Center of Brooklyn College is one of the oldest and largest speech and hearing clinics in the United States. It was established in 1931 and has provided services to thousands of clients. A state-of-the-art facility, the center provides diagnostic and rehabilitative services for children and adults with speech, language, voice and hearing impairment.
The center is located in Boylan Hall on the campus of Brooklyn College. It serves as a clinical education site for master's degree students in Brooklyn College's Speech Language Pathology Program and for doctoral audiology students of the CUNY Au.D. program.
The center also sponsors several research and community service programs, such as the Center for Auditory Research, the Oliver Bloodstein chapter of the National Stuttering Association, a specialty lab in the study of voice, communication groups for adults with aphasia, parent training for families of children on the autistic spectrum, and social skills training for children with varying communication problems.
The center is also a training facility that works closely with the academic program, which is accredited by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) Council on Academic Accreditation in Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology. Graduate students in the Brooklyn College Department of Speech Communication Arts and Sciences work under the supervision of speech-language pathologists and audiologists licensed by the New York State Education Department and certified by ASHA.
For hours of operation or to make an appointment, please call 718.951.5186. The center is generally open year-round Monday through Friday, except when the college is closed.