Located in Durham, New Hampshire, the University of New Hampshire Clinic for Neurogenic Communication Disorders (CNCD) is a premier center offering clinical services and support groups for people with neurogenic communication disorders like aphasia. Here, graduate clinicians provide evaluations and services to people with all types of aphasia supervised by licensed speech-language pathologists (SLPs). In addition to serving people with aphasia, the CNCD also serves as a clinical training program for graduate students in the communication sciences and disorders program at UNH.

The CNCD is accepting new clients for the Spring 2021 semester 13-week speech therapy program. All services will be provided via telepractice using Zoom video conferencing.

Contact

  • Hewitt Hall, 4 Library Way, Durham, NH 03824
  • (603) 862-0965
  • Amy.Ramage@unh.edu
  • https://chhs.unh.edu/communication-sciences-disorders/opportunities/clinic-neurogenic-communication-disorders

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