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The DePaul Speech and Language Clinic appreciates gifts from friends, clients, and family members who wish to support us in reaching more clients within the community.  Your gift will ensure these clients receive the clinical services needed and improve their quality of life.

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Why make a donation?

Based on our Vincentian mission, we are committed to meeting the diverse and urgent needs of our Chicago community and beyond in our efforts to provide equitable access of speech and language services to all individuals across the diverse societal, economic, and cultural communities and otherwise historically underserved.

For this reason, we provide speech and language evaluations and therapy to all individuals regardless of their ability to pay for services. 

A donation is never required to receive services. If you choose to donate, it will help us support our mission to continue to provide these needed services free of charge for individuals with communication disorders living in poverty. 

We depend on donations to help us to continue to provide these services and reduce the service delivery disparity for underserved populations. A donation of any amount helps, and all donations are tax deductible.  

What will your donation provide for an individual with a communication disorder? Here are just some of the ways in which we will use your generous donation: 

Your donation of

  • $25 will purchase a packet of test protocols for the clinic
  • $50 will provide therapy materials for a social skills group for children with autism. 
  • $100 will provide two therapy sessions for an individual with a voice disorder. 
  • $250 will provide a 2-hour comprehensive speech and language evaluation for a preschool child with delayed communication. 
  • $500 will provide 10 weekly therapy sessions for an individual who stutters. 
  •   $1000 will provide bi-weekly therapy sessions for an entire quarter for an individual with aphasia (language disorder characterized by difficulty speaking, understanding, reading, and writing) as a result of a stroke. 
  • $4000 will provide bi-weekly therapy sessions for an entire year for an adolescent with a language and reading disorder.​​