Kay Armstead Center for Communicative Disorders (KACCD)
The Kay Armstead Center for Communicative Disorders (KACCD) is a non-profit community clinic that has been serving the needs of individuals of all ages, demonstrating a wide variety of speech, language and hearing difficulties and differences, for over fifty years.
The Healthy Development Community Clinic (HDCC) officially launched the new clinic at Oak Grove High School. The community clinic offers free wellness services to families with children under 18 years. It's the first university-staffed, community-serving clinic of its kind for the district!
Well, done to Cara Maffini, Nidhi Mahendra, and Matt Capriotti for their leadership in bringing their HDCC vision into reality
Contact us for speech and/or hearing services
Give a monetary gift towards KACCD support services
Spartan Aphasia Research Clinic (SPARC)
Our Spartan Aphasia Research Clinic (SPARC) provides individual and group therapy for aphasia, an acquired language disorder.