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Norma S. and Ray R. Rees Speech Language and Hearing Clinic

Who we are

The Norma S. and Ray R. Rees Speech, Language and Hearing Clinic at Cal State East Bay is a teaching clinic for students who are preparing for careers in Speech-Language Pathology. All clinical procedures are conducted by students under the supervision of certified and licensed professionals.

What we do

Our clinic provides speech and language evaluations and treatment, including the development of home programs.  Treatment may be provided in individual, paired, or group sessions.  We serve clients with communication problems associated with stroke, developmental delays, autism, hearing loss, stuttering, cognition impairment, articulation, the voice, and others.

Who we serve

We provide services for all age groups, ranging from preschool to senior citizens. Our clients come from all over the Bay Area, using both private and public transportation.

When we meet

Our clinic offers sessions during the Fall and Spring semesters of Cal State East Bay's academic year.  For information on summer sessions outside of the academic year, see our Rees Summer Communication Support Services webpage. There is a one-week break during the Fall and Spring sessions, aligning with university closures; university holidays are also observed.   Clients are typically seen either Monday/Wednesday or Tuesday/Thursday for 50-minutes. Our first appointments start at 9:00 a.m. and last appointments at 4:00 p.m., though we occasionally are open until 7:00 p.m.  Please note the 2019-2020 schedule below is currently tentative.

  • Fall 2019 sessions are anticipated to begin September 30th and end December 5th
    • University Closures:
      • Closed Veteran's Day, Monday, November 11
      • Closed Thanksgiving week, November 25-29
  • Spring 2020 session are anticipated to begin February 18th, and end May 7th
    • University Closures:
      • Closed "Spring Break", March 30-April 3

What it costs

During the academic year, the clinic runs on a donation basis.  Nominal materials fees are charged for evaluations and treatment. Payments can be made by cash, check, or credit card, and are accepted when services are provided.

  • Evaluation - $25
  • Treatment - $40

As a donation-based clinic, we rely on and welcome donations. Thank you! 

Where we are

MB1099, the Rees clinical suite, is located in the Music Building on the Cal State East Bay, Hayward campus. The MB is on the north side of campus, most easily accessed from Carlos Bee Blvd. Parking fees apply, including for those displaying a handicap placard. 

For those mapping a trip to campus, our address is 25800 Carlos Bee Blvd, Hayward, CA 94542. 

How it works

All can apply for services; no referral is required.  An evaluation must first be done at our teaching clinic before therapy services can be considered.

  • Submit a complete application for services.
  • Turn it in to us by email, mail, or in person.
  • Include supporting papers such as IEP’s or medical records.
    • The application is not considered complete if supporting papers exist but are not provided.
  • Wait for us to contact you.

 It usually takes 3 weeks for us to schedule the evaluation, and if you are referred for therapy, a scheduling form will be provided for the next available session, during which a clinician and supervisor will be matched to the client. 

For further information or to initiate a referral, contact the clinic at (510) 885-3241 or clinic@csueastbay.edu

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