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Our Support:

The Child Language Center is a not-for-profit community outreach program that has provided early intervention services to preschool children with speech/language disorders since l989. Its activities are supported by The Scottish Rite Charitable Foundation, The University of Arizona, and the generosity of individuals and organizations in the Tucson area.

Our Mascot:

Scotty Bear

Click on the bear or the link to download an enlarged scotty bear that you can print and color!

Scotty's mouth is a red heart. It symbolizes our goal of making talking and communicating a successful and happy part of children's lives. David Goh, a graduate art student at The University of Arizona, donated his time and talents to design our mascot.

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Speech And Hearing Sciences