NUCASLL has temporarily suspended regular in-person clinic hours.
The health and well-being of our clients, students, faculty, and staff is our highest priority. We are here for you!
During this time of temporary suspension of in-person appointments, NUCASLL has implemented Telepractice for speech, language, and learning services and is offering remote, curbside, and mail-in hearing device services.
- Hearing aid and accessory repairs
- Hearing aid and accessory cleaning and check-ups
- Tubing and dome replacement
- Remote programming adjustments
- Supplies (e.g. batteries, cleaning tools, wax traps, dri-aid jars, domes)
We will update our website and social media pages as we modify our services.
Please contact us at NUCASLL@northwestern.edu or call us at 847-491-3165 if you would like to make a Telepractice appointment or if you have any questions or concerns.
Message to Early Intervention Developmental Diagnostic Program Families (“medical diagnostic evaluation”)
We are continuing to follow the state and local healthcare policies, as well as Northwestern University guidelines for opening on-campus activities and visitor access. Due to these restrictions and changes to our medical diagnostic team, we are not scheduling Early Intervention medical diagnostic evaluation appointments at this time.
For information about our other pediatric diagnostic evaluation services, please call our intake coordinator at (847) 491-3165. If you would like to be notified when NUCASLL begins to schedule Early Intervention medical diagnostic evaluations again, please complete this short form.
We appreciate your patience as we navigate these rapidly changing and uncertain times.
We thank you for your loyalty.
Part of the Community.
Since 1928 the center has been a trusted resource, providing communication and learning services to the community. We help hundreds of children and adults each year, extending our reach far beyond the university classroom.
Integrated Approach to Clinical Care.
Our clinical care is built on a foundation of research and innovation. University researchers and clinical faculty bridge their knowledge, making the center an invaluable resource for communicative health. Some clients engage in research as part of a treatment plan, and many research studies invite community participation. Our expert clinical faculty direct all levels of client care. All faculty clinicians are licensed and certified.
Northwestern’s professional graduate programs in communication sciences and disorders are among the best in the country, and the center provides clinical training for these future audiologists, speech-language pathologists, and learning disability specialists. Clinical faculty direct the residency-and-rotation teaching model founded on best practices and a comprehensive care approach that includes coordination with medical teams, educators, and families.
Blue Cross Blue Shield PPO and POS plans are accepted.
Discounts on select products and services may be available for Northwestern University faculty, students, and staff who hold a valid WildCard