Offering diagnosis and treatment of communication, hearing, and swallowing disorders
The goal of the Duke Assistive Technology Program is to help you find assistive technology (AT) options that will allow you to compensate most effectively for your disability.
Our main goal is to help you maintain or increase your ability to participate in life -- whether it be communicating, using your computer, or achieving further control of your environment.
We offer the following services to patients with communication disorders:
A wide variety of assistive technology services are available. Each service includes a comprehensive evaluation to help determine the technology that would best meet your needs. In addition, follow-up training and modification are available as needed.
The technology services that we provide include:
In addition to providing services to our clients, we also:
To schedule an evaluation, you must complete and return an assistive technology questionnaire. This will help us to individualize our evaluation to meet your needs.
Contact Duke Speech Pathology and Audiology at 919-684-3859, Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.