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RiteCare Center for Communication Disorders

About the RiteCare Center for Communication Disorders

As a teaching communication disorders center, our mission is two-fold:

Our Services

Services at the RiteCare® Center are provided by graduate students in the speech-language pathology program at Armstrong. These graduate students are supervised by experienced licensed and certified speech-language pathologists.

We provide assessment and intervention services for children and adults with communication delays or disorders. We serve individuals with

We serve a variety of populations, including children and adults who have communication impairments resulting from

We also provide elective services for those individuals who wish to improve their English communication skills, such as those who speak English as their second language.

Contact Us

If you would like to talk with us about making an appointment at our Center, please call us at 912.344.2735 or 912.344.2969 for assistance. Our Center is located in Suite 25 of the Armstrong Center (13040 Abercorn Street), adjacent to the main campus of Armstrong State University.

Fees

We charge a nominal fee to our clients to help defray our operating costs. The fee is $100/semester for a full semester of services. This fee is pro-rated at $10 per week when applicable. The fee for an evaluation only (with no subsequent intervention sessions) is $50. Armstrong full-time faculty and staff members and students, as well as dependents of full-time Armstrong faculty and staff members and students, receive services at no charge. Clients who are unable to pay the fee in full are directed to the Clinical Supervisor and/or Clinic Coordinator in order to make arrangements.

About RiteCare® and the Scottish Rite Masons

The RiteCare® Center at Armstrong is supported by the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite - Savannah Valley, in keeping with the national philanthropic program of the Scottish Rite Masons to support speech and hearing clinics. Today there are numerous RiteCare® clinics, centers, and special programs operating or planned throughout the United States. Through this philanthropic effort, RiteCare® Centers have significantly helped tens of thousands of children across the United States to improve their communication skills in order to improve their lives.

RiteCare Center Case History Form

Child Case History

Adult Case History

Looking for More Information?

American Speech-Language-Hearing Association
http://www.asha.org/public/

RiteCare® Childhood Language Program
http://scottishrite.org/brothers-in-the-community/ritecare/

The RiteCare Center for Communication Disorders at Armstrong State University adheres to a non-discrimination policy. Patrons will be served without regard to race, creed, color, ethnicity, national origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender expression, age, physical or mental ability, participation restriction, veteran status, military obligations, marital status, or parental status.

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