Hy Weinberg Center FAQs
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The Adelphi University Hy Weinberg Center for Communication Disorders is a not-for-profit, full-service speech and hearing center. Most services are provided free of charge with a nominal administrative fee per semester. The center provides clinical experience, required by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA), to students currently enrolled in the University’s graduate program in Communication Sciences and Disorders. Clinical faculty members, who are experienced practitioners and possess the Certificate of Clinical Competence from ASHA as well as New York State Licensure in Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology, supervise students in their provision of services.
The professional staff of the Hy Weinberg Center for Communication Disorders comprises ASHA certified and New York State licensed speech/language pathologists and audiologists, including Adelphi University faculty.
These professionals serve as clinical instructors and supervisors of our student clinicians. Graduate students assist the clinical staff in conducting diagnostic evaluations. Therapy programs are conducted by graduate and undergraduate students enrolled in our communication disorders program, under the direct supervision of licensed and certified clinical faculty.
Intake is done, by phone or in person, to determine the need for an evaluation. Evaluations determine the course of treatment. Individuals may have already had an evaluation and these are often accepted by the center, after review, so treatment may begin immediately.
Yes, the hearing aid dispensary provides low-cost amplification devices to the community ages 3 and up. We work with only premium manufacturers. All of our hearing aids are programmed in the clinic and follow-up visits are encouraged.
Each patient receives an incredible amount of attention and time from our licensed audiologists and doctoral students. Because health care is our number one priority, the diagnostic and remediation process is always thorough, exceeding the professional standards.
Most services are provided free of charge with a nominal administrative fee per semester. As a not-for-profit organization, the mission of the Adelphi University Hy Weinberg Center for Communication Disorders is to offer diagnostic and intervention speech and hearing services that are affordable for all. Please call 516.877.4850 for further information.
Yes, you will receive a parking permit reserved for client-only parking spots.
No, the center does not participate in any insurance plans.
No, the center does not accept Medicare.