Kay Armstead Center for Communicative Disorders

Photo:Clinic's Waiting Area




The Kay Armstead Center for Communication Disorders (KACCD) provides clinical services in speech, language and hearing evaluations, as well as treatment. KACCD serves both the SJSU and surrounding communities. Applications for both children and adult clients may be submitted at any time, but please note that in most circumstances, therapy appointments will begin at the start of an academic semester (Fall, Spring or Summer). Graduate and undergraduate students provide services under the supervision of licensed and certified speech-language pathologists and audiologists.

Clinical services are available to people with developmental or acquired communication disorders.

  • Cost: KACCD clinical services are free to currently enrolled SJSU students. Community members may call and inquire about current prices. KACCD does not bill insurance or third party payers but can provide clients a receipt for reimbursement requests. A sliding fee scale is available for low income clients.

  • Location: KACCD is located on the first floor of Sweeney Hall (SH) via Room 118B. The entrance is located next to the 7th street parking garage (South garage). Please refer to this Map for additional guidance to the clinic's location.

  • Parking: The closest parking is the 7th street parking garage (South garage). A parking pass is included in clinic fees and will be arranged at your first clinic appointment.

  • Clinic Application: Persons interested in clinical services should contact the clinic directly via email (armstead-center@sjsu.edu) or phone (408-924-3259).

Equal Opportunity Policy:

The Department of Communication Disorders and Sciences is committed to the principle of equal opportunity. The University, College and Department do not discriminate in the delivery of professional services or the conduct of research scholarly activity on the basis of race, ethnicity, religion, national origin, gender, gender-identity, sexual orientation, age, marital status, physical characteristics or disability.