Judd Leighton Speech and Language Clinic

Speech Language Pathology
34 Madeleva Bldg. Ste. 150
Saint Mary’s College
Notre Dame, IN 46556
Phone: 574-284-5210
Fax: 574-284-5088
E-mail: leightonclinic@saintmarys.edu

The Judd Leighton Speech and Language Clinic (JLSLC) at Saint Mary’s College is a speech-language pathology clinic providing services for children and adults with communication disorders. Services are provided by student clinicians who are supervised by an American Speech-Language and Hearing Association (ASHA) certified Speech-Language Pathologist (SLP) who is licensed in the state of Indiana.

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The Judd Leighton Speech and Language Clinic at Saint Mary's College, Notre Dame, IN semester schedule:

Summer 2022: Starts June 21, 2022

When South Bend Community School Corporation closes due to inclement weather, then the Judd Leighton Speech and Language Clinic will also CLOSE.

Speech Services available through the clinic include speech and language evaluations and treatments for children and adults who present with both acquired and developmental disorders in the following areas:

  • Articulation and phonological disorders
  • Receptive and expressive language disorders
  • Aural rehabilitation
  • Voice
  • Fluency disorders
  • Communication modalities, including AAC consultation
  • Social communication disorders
  • Cognitive communication disorders
  • Dysphagia & feeding consultations

Hearing screenings are also available through the clinic. These assessments are performed by student clinicians under the direction of an ASHA-certified Speech-Language Pathologists.

The clinic is designed to offer SLP services to community members, and in turn, provide a complete educational experience to the Saint Mary’s College students in the Speech-Language Pathology undergraduate program and the Master of Science in Speech-Language Pathology program. 

CSD JLSL Clinic bubblesPediatric Groups:
For more information email leightonclinic@saintmarys.edu

Adult Groups vary by semester.  There is an
Aphasia Discussion Group that meets 
weekly during the Fall & Spring semesters.

Currently not doing group sessions at this time.

Please plan for 12 weeks per semester, at least one session per week.
We will be following the campus calendar.

**The Department of Speech-Language Pathology is committed to serving the community and will work diligently to ensure that services can be made available. When sessions become full, a waiting list for services will be implemented. 

Currently, we are not accepting new clients. However, we are more than happy to put you on our waiting list for when a spot becomes available. 

Speech-Language Pathology
34 Madeleva Bldg. Ste. 150
Saint Mary’s College
Notre Dame, IN 46556

Phone: 574-284-5210
Fax: 574-284-5088
E-mail: leightonclinic@saintmarys.edu

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Complete and send the  Adult  or  Pediatric  Intake Form

Please Park in The Clubhouse Parking Lot: see MAP
With your first appointment at the clinic, you will receive a parking pass to be placed in your vehicle while attending the clinic. Please note: the clinic has parking in the Madeleva/Clubhouse lot, but we cannot guarantee a parking spot in that lot. You may use any parking lot on campus with your parking pass.

About Saint Mary's College: Founded in 1844 by the Sisters of the Holy Cross, Saint Mary’s College is rooted in its mission to prepare women to make a difference in the world. A pioneer in the education of women, Saint Mary’s is a four-year, Catholic, residential, liberal arts college in Notre Dame, Ind. The College is an academic community offering bachelor’s degrees in more than 30 major areas of study, including business, nursing, education, biology, social work, and English. Saint Mary’s also offers co-educational master’s degrees in data science, speech-language pathology, autism studies, and a Doctor of Nursing Practice.

The Judd Leighton Clinic at Saint Mary's College, Notre Dame, IN does not discriminate in the delivery of professional services on the basis of race, color, religion, national or ethnic origin, disability, age, sexual orientation, genetic information, citizenship, or status as a covered veteran, or other characteristics protected by federal, state or local statute or ordinance.