The Loyola Clinical Centers (LCC) provides a broad range of audiology, literacy, psychology, and speech and language services to our clients. We work with all members of the community from children through adulthood and we provide a variety of treatments to individuals, couples, and families and groups. Our goal is to provide comprehensive and quality services to all of our clients.
You can request an appointment at the LCC for concerns including:
- Help coping with depression and loss
- Issues around anxiety and fear
- Speech delays and disorders
- Language difficulties for adults and children
- Learning disabilities
- Hearing problems
- Cognitive-communication rehabilitation following stroke or head injury
We serve clients from infants through late adulthood and provide a variety of treatments to individuals, couples, and families and groups. Each of the LCC's disciplines offers assessment services to address a number of educational, communication, and mental health issues. It is our goal to provide comprehensive and quality services to all of our clients.
Audiology services include hearing screening, hearing evaluation, middle ear assessment, and central auditory processing evaluation. We also dispense hearing aids at a reasonable cost.
Literacy services include a variety of reading and writing programs. Some target emerging readers while others target school-aged children. Programs include assessment, individual and small group intervention. Intensive summer programs are available.
Through assessments and therapy sessions psychology services can help people overcome their struggles with depression, anxiety, learning, and attention problems, as well as major life stress and conflicts, such as low self-esteem, divorce, bereavement, and family or career conflicts. Psychologists can also assess children and adults with learning difficulties or difficulties related to brain injury and brain disorders.
Speech-language pathology provides individualized assessments and treatment for children and adults with a range of communication difficulties, including speech and language delays/disorders, language-learning disabilities, and communication difficulties following brain injury or brain disorders.