What We Do

The Walker Scottish Rite Clinic, a program of Maryville University, is committed to teaching two-through six-year-old children with speech and language disorders the communication skills necessary to succeed in school and throughout their lives.
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Early Childhood Speech and Language Screenings

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Early Childhood Speech and Language Therapy

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Early Childhood Speech and Language Parent Education

Making an Impact

We would like to share with you a story of how the Walker Scottish Rite Clinic has made an enormous difference for our family—and how you can help the Clinic impact even more families.

Clinic News

FOX2 News in the Morning Features Walker Clinic
FOX2 News in the Morning Features Walker Clinic

ST. LOUIS – May is Better Hearing and Speech Month. It’s a time to teach the value of early therapeutic intervention when needed. Jacob Gutshall, director of The Walker Scottish Rite Clinic, explained the importance...

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Graduate Spotlight
Graduate Spotlight

“When I see other kids with speech issues I have shared our family’s experience at Scottish Rite. Speech therapy gave Kennedy the confidence she needed to recite her poems, communicate her needs and to live her life...

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STL-TV Features Walker Clinic and Kids Rock Cancer
STL-TV Features Walker Clinic and Kids Rock Cancer

Steve Potter interviews two directors from Maryville University. On the first segment, Maryville University’s Ebonee Shaw explains how the Kids Rock Cancer program aids children by way of music therapy. In the...

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