WTAMU Communication Disorders Students Host Summer Speech Camp


May 31, 2018

CONTACT: Traci Fredman, 806-651-5102, tfredman@wtamu.edu

COPY BY: Brittany Castillo, 806-651-2682, bcastillo@wtamu.edu

WTAMU Communication Disorders Students Host Summer Speech Camps

CANYON, Texas—The Speech and Hearing Clinic at West Texas A&M University will host Buff Up Your Speech, a summer therapy program, in three different sessions beginning on June 14, June 28 and July 19.

Each program lasts two weeks and is designed for children ages 3-10 with disorders relating to speech, language, fluency and others associated with communication.

“Buff Up Your Speech Summer Program empowers students with speech and language disorders to become better communicators,” Traci Fredman, instructor of communication disorders, said. “Our campers attend sessions for two weeks to address their specific deficits. Attending camps for two weeks in the summer helps the students learn and implement the skills they are learning.”

The clinic will include individual and group instruction in the Virgil Henson Activities Center from 9:30 a.m. to noon Monday through Thursday. Student clinicians are supervised by experienced faculty, who are state licensed and nationally certified.  

To register or learn more information, contact the WTAMU Speech and Hearing Clinic at 806-651-5101 or wtclinic@wtamu.edu.



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