If you’re enrolled in our CDIS program, ENMU's Speech and Hearing Rehabilitation Outreach Center (SHROC) offers an educational environment where you can gain hands-on experience. Under the supervision of a licensed and certified master's level practitioner, the center provides an environment in which undergraduate and graduate students observe and participate in the assessment and management of communication disorders. The purpose of the center is twofold:

  1. To provide an educational venue whereby CDIS students may obtain practicum experiences within certification guidelines as specified by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association
  2. To provide speech, language and hearing services to eastern New Mexico and the surrounding community

We serve as a regional diagnostic and treatment center to help clients of all ages with diverse communication disorders. Our clinical services are available to the general public and are provided by both ENMU faculty and CDIS graduate students under the supervision of a certified and licensed CCC-SLP (speech-language pathologist) or CCC-A (audiologist).

Speech Services

Our speech-language services include diagnosis and treatment of these disorders and difficulties:

  • Articulation (difficulty pronouncing words due to apraxia, dysarthria, structural/anatomical differences, traditional/phonological delays/disorders and/or other etiologies)
  • Receptive/Expressive Language (difficulty understanding and using language due to developmental delays, learning disabilities or aphasia following a stroke or brain injury)
  • Swallowing (difficulty chewing or swallowing due to developmental delays, structural/anatomical differences or following a stroke or accident)
  • Fluency (stuttering)
  • Voice (difficulty with pitch, quality, loudness or hyper/hyponasality of the voice)
  • Aural Habilitation/Rehabilitation (learning to use your hearing to the best of your ability and/or learning to compensate for loss of hearing)
  • CAPD/LPD Training (learning to process auditory and/or linguistic input)
  • Accent/Dialect Reduction (reducing native dialects to approximate Standard American English pronunciation)

We house a full speech science lab, and can also provide endoscopic and stroboscopic assessment of voice, swallowing and resonance. We also provide Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) services.

The Speech and Hearing Rehabilitation Outreach Center also provides services to clients with hearing impairments, deafness, autism spectrum disorders, learning disabilities, cognitive impairments and developmental delays, as well as those who have suffered brain injury, stroke or other tissue damaging accidents. We additionally provide services for people who have acquired progressive neurological disorders such as Parkinson's.

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Audiological Services

Audiological services available include:

  • Hearing screening
  • Hearing testing (pure-tone audiometry)
  • Otoacoustic emittance
  • Tympanometry
  • Hearing aid selection, fitting, adjustment and maintenance

Outreach Center Hours of Operation

Office Hours: 8 a.m.-noon and 1 p.m.-5 p.m., Monday through Friday.

Parking

Parking is available on the street in front of Lea Hall, or for those who need elevator access, behind Lea Hall. The outreach center is located on the second floor.

Visitors need to secure a parking pass from the ENMU Police Department to avoid ticketing. Please contact the SHROC Secretary This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. at 575.562.2156 for additional information, or if you experience difficulties with parking.

Clinic Fees

ServiceFee
Audiology Screening No cost
Audiology Evaluation $50
Speech-Language Screening No cost
Speech-Language Evaluation $50-$200
Speech-Language Therapy
(SHROC fall/spring semesters)
$65 per semester
(1 time per week)
Speech-Language Therapy
(SHROC fall/spring semesters)
$120 per semester
(2 times per week)
Speech-Language Therapy
(CDC fall/spring semesters)
$30 per semester
(1 time per week)
Speech-Language Therapy
(CDC 1x/SHROC 1x)
$90 per semester
(2 times per week)
Speech-Language Therapy
(CDC 1x/SHROC 2x)
$150 per semester
(3 times per week)
Speech-Language Therapy
(Summer semester)
$70 per semester
(2 times per week)

Payment is expected at the time of service, unless other arrangements have been made with the director of the center. A sliding fee scale is available for individuals who need financial assistance.

View the Sliding Fee Scale Application

Parent Handbook

The ENMU SHROC offers a Parent Handbook to provide more information about clinical services for interested parties.

View the SHROC Parent Handbook

Resources for Clients

  • Adult speech and language
  • Advocacy and outreach
  • Autism
  • Bill of Rights for People Receiving Audiology or Speech-Language Pathology Services
  • Child speech and language
  • Cleft lip and palate
  • Health insurance
  • Hearing and balance
  • Learning more than one language
  • Self-help groups
  • Stroke
  • Stuttering
  • Swallowing and feeding
  • Traumatic brain injury
  • Typical speech and language development
  • Voice disorders

ADA Compliance

Students, faculty, staff and clients of the communicative disorders program are treated equitably without regard to gender, sexual orientation, age, race, creed, national origin or disability. The institution and program comply with all applicable laws, regulations and executive orders.


For More Information

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Rehabilitation Outreach Clinic Director
Clinical Supervisor
Location: Lea Hall (LH), Room 208
Phone: 575.562.4232