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The Center for Communication Disorders also known as the CCD is a speech-language pathology clinic located in Provo, Utah. We offer many communication services that are aimed at helping the underserved and uninsured in our community.

The Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions Foundation was established in 2009 with the mission to advance the quality and accessibility of healthcare. The Foundation, therefore, supports the University’s healthcare clinics, including the Center for Communication Disorders. The CCD staff is comprised of licensed clinicians and students from Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions.
 

The CCD offers service to clients of all ages in a safe and inclusive environment without regard to economic status, race, religion, ethnicity, gender, or sexual orientation.  The CCD is available for underserved and underinsured or uninsured community members. 

 

Many insurance providers are accepted and pro-bono services are available for those who qualify.

The CCD offers a broad range of speech-language pathology services. If your service is not listed on the website, please call our office to verify if we are able to provide treatment for your disorder or deficit.

To schedule an appointment please call the CCD at 801.734.6821 or email us at ccd@rm.edu. If you are a new patient you will be asked to complete our new patient intake form. All clients are first scheduled for an assessment and if it is recommended, will be scheduled for treatment or may be placed on a waitlist depending on our clinic availability.

After the evaluation, the clinician will make recommendations and if they include additional treatment, we will work collaboratively with any other providers.

Yes, we provide teletherapy services for some treatment plans.

This clinic provides both evaluation and treatment for difficulty eating or drinking. The team includes a dietitian, speech-language pathologist, counselor, and a consultant physical therapist. Children with complex medical needs are a specialty. Call to see if your child might benefit from this service.

The CCD is open and operational Monday through Friday, 8:00 am – 6:00 pm during each academic term. However, the clinic will be closed on University observed holidays, and for a short duration between academic terms. Closure dates will be provided at the start of the academic year.

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