Welcome To The Communication Disorders Clinic


Welcome to the TAMIU-Communication Disorders Center (CDC).  The clinic is a component of the Department of Communication Sciences & Disorders in the College of Education at TAMIU.  We are a university training program.

Since its opening in 2007, the CDC has provided services to children and adults with speech-language disorders regardless of their family’s ability to pay for the services.  We serve people of all ages from the Webb County region.  Each semester the Department of CSDO trains more and more students to become service providers for children throughout the state.   

Assessment and intervention services are performed by undergraduate students under the supervision of clinical supervisors certified by the American Speech-Language & Hearing Association and licensed by the State of Texas.

Services include: Assessment and intervention of speech, language, voice and fluency disorders in children and adults.  Services are provided in English, Spanish and bilingual (Spanish/English).  Appointment times are designed by the clinic director and student clinician schedules. Every effort is made to make appointment times as convenient for the client as possible.


The mission of the Communication Disorders Program at Texas A&M International University is to meet the needs of the university and its partner communities by providing a quality educational and clinical experience for its students.  Success will be measured by the success of the program’s graduates in meeting state and national certification requirements and providing for the Speech-Language Pathology needs of the geographic region.


Services include assessment and intervention for both children and adults with all types of speech disorders, including:  Accent reduction, Apraxia, Articulation and Phonological, Fluency, Language Delay or Disorder, Neurological impairments, Language-based reading and writing and Voice disorders.

The Summer Speech-Language Camp is designed for children and young adolescents with communication disorders who can benefit from an intensive intervention program. Candidate eligibility is determined through an application process that considers the participants age, the nature and severity of the communication disorder, and the availability of services needed by each prospective applicant.


The clinic follows the University calendar for treatment appointments.

Fee Schedule for Speech-Language-Hearing Clinical Services

Speech-Language Assessment

Speech-Language Therapy:

30 min. Session
60 min. Session
60 min. Session
Speech Screening

All fees are due at the time the services are rendered.

A "Sliding Scale" is available for clients who can justify financial need.





Texas A&M International University  Melissa Garcia Office Hours
Communication Disorders - Billy Cowart Hall 122 Program Manager  Monday - Thursday
5201 University Boulevard  Killam Library 427 C 9:00AM to 7:00PM
Laredo, Texas 78041-1900  956.326.3139
Phone: 956.326.3138
Fax: 956.326.2429


5201 University Boulevard, Laredo, TX 78041-1900 Work956.326.2100