University of Canterbury Speech and Hearing Clinic - Department of Communication Disorders - University of Canterbury - New Zealand

University of Canterbury Speech and Hearing Clinic

We are now enrolling new clients for Hearing and/or Speech & Language services of all ages.

Dr Maggie-Lee HuckabeeThe University of Canterbury Speech and Hearing Clinic offers a comprehensive range of professional services for people with communication difficulties or swallowing problems.

Our Audiologists and Speech-Language Therapists are

  • specialists in the evaluation and treatment of speech, language, and swallowing disorders
  • specialists in hearing evaluation, hearing aid selection and fitting, and ongoing services for adults and children with hearing difficulties
Students enrolled in the Speech and Language Pathology and Audiology programmes are present at appointments and work under the supervision of qualified clinicians.


Referrals are accepted for individuals of any age. This is a fee paying service. Please ask about our fees when making the referral. Presenting communication problems may involve hearing, language, speech, voice or stuttering. Referrals are accepted

  • Directly from the client or the client's family.
  • From medical practitioners.
  • From early-childhood educators and school teachers.
  • From speech-language therapists and audiologists.
  • From other health/education professionals working with the client.

How to Refer

Call 03 369 3133

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We are located on the west side of the university campus, on Creyke Road, near Engineering Road. Please contact us or refer to Campus Maps.

Dedicated free parking is available near the entrance of the clinic.

Clinic Hours

Monday to Friday, 8.30 am to 4.30 pm.
Appointments are available outside of these hours by prior arrangement.

Further information

Clinical Reception
Dept of Communication Disorders

Phone: (03) 369 3133
Fax: (03) 364 2760

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