I am so very thankful for you and your program at Baylor. Your efforts to teach students how to work with those in need of speech rehabilitation are priceless. My father is a stroke survivor and has been attending your program. It has been so inspiring to see his progress. The instruction and guidance from you and your department have been so incredibly instrumental in the success seen thus far in this journey. I hope and pray for continued success with my father and all the lives that you have touched in your special talent.
The Neurorehabilitation Clinic at Baylor University offers treatment for individuals exhibiting speech and language impairments which interfere with communication. Treatment is provided in individual and/or group settings by graduate clinicians. Each client is assigned an individual clinician who designs treatment for the clients specific needs.
The Neurorehabilitation Clinic is comprised of neurologically impaired adults of all ages with varying degrees of impairment. These impairments may include stroke, traumatic brain injury, Parkinson's disease, brain tumors, and others. The communication disorders treated include aphasia, apraxia, dysarthria, dysphagia, voice, and cognitive/memory deficits.
Baylor University complies with all applicable federal and state nondiscrimination laws and does not engage in prohibited discrimination on the basis of race, color, nationality or ethnic origin, sex, age, or disability in employment or the provision of services.
The university is governed by a predominantly Baptist Board of Regents and is operated within the Christian-oriented aims and ideals of Baptists. Baylor is also affiliated with the Baptist General Convention of Texas, a cooperative association of autonomous Texas Baptist churches.
As a religiously-controlled institution of higher education, Baylor University is exempted from compliance with some provisions of certain civil rights laws.