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NSU to open clinic in Broken Arrow.

Byline: Journal Record Staff

BROKEN ARROW Northeastern State University's Gregg Wadley College of Science & Health Professions Speech-Language Pathology Program and Tulsa Scottish Rite have collaborated to create an NSU Scottish Rite Masons Clinic on the NSU-Broken Arrow campus.

The Scottish Rite of Freemasonry of the Southern Jurisdiction of the United States began the RiteCare Childhood Language Program to help children with speech and language disorders. The RiteCare clinics have provided diagnostic evaluation and treatment of speech and language disorders, as well as learning disabilities.

Tulsa Scottish Rite donated equipment for the new NSUBA clinic valued at $36,000 and has committed to an annual donation of $80,000 for the next three years. The annual donation will support a full-time assistant clinical director for the Broken Arrow clinic to supervise the NSU graduate students providing care for the RiteCare clients.

NSU has a speech-language pathology clinic on all three campuses. They provide speech and language therapy.

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Publication:Journal Record (Oklahoma City, OK)
Date:Oct 30, 2018
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