The Truesdail Center offers speech and hearing therapy for adults and children living with communication disabilities.
Part of the Redlands mission is to provide needed services to the community, and the Truesdail Center helps accomplish this mission. We give our graduate students the chance to directly apply what they've learned in a rewarding, community-facing environment.
Disorders and disabilities seen at the Truesdail Center are: child language, speech articulation/phonology, hearing impairment, swallowing disorders, traumatic brain injury (TBI), CVA (stroke), stuttering, voice disorders, language and learning disorders, cleft palate and autism.
Truesdail Center for Communicative Disorders
1200 East Colton Avenue
Redlands, CA 92373
Phone: (909) 748-8061
We are a non-profit agency. Our services are made possible through the generosity of our community.
If you would like your child or spouse to be considered for services at Truesdail Center for Communicative Disorders, please complete the appropriate application.
Child Application: English | Español
Adult Application: English | Español
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The Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders has been part of the University of Redlands campus for more than 50 years. The department offers a Bachelor of Arts in Communication Sciences and Disorders and a Master of Science in Communication Sciences and Disorders. Learn more
There is an undeniable energy with clients coming and going and students rushing from clinic to classroom. The atmosphere is warm, friendly and comfortable. We believe the success of our program, spanning over 50 years, is a result of personalized education with small classes and an excellent in-house clinic with state-of-the-art audio and video capabilities. Learn more
Transfer student Rebecca Aguirre Rios ’23 finds her home at University of Redlands, where she is a Communication Sciences and Disorders major and president of the Native American Student Union.
“Opening up about being an individual who stutters doesn’t just help me, I hope it helps others,” said NBA player Michael Kidd-Gilchrist to graduate students in U of R’s Communications Sciences and Disorders program.
Professors Solaman Cooperson and M. Alayne Sullivan address the importance of providing verbal skills to succeed in school and life.