Transforming the Lives of those with Communication Disorders

Our Vision & Mission


2024 Campbell Callier Prize Conference

April 9, 2024

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2024 North Texas Cochlear Implant Symposium

May 3, 2024

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Summer Intensive Auditory Revitalization Conference (SIARC)

July 21-25, 2024

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Welcome to the
Callier Center

Communication is the foundation of strong, meaningful relationships: to hear and be heard, to understand and be understood.

For more than half a century, the Callier Center for Communication Disorders has transformed the lives of children and adults with speech, language and hearing disorders. We help them to communicate, and thus, attain meaningful relationships at home, at school, at work and in the community.

Callier is one of a select few communication disorders centers in the nation that combine clinical care, graduate student training and research within one institution. Our comprehensive approach to care through treatment, training and research allows us to serve our patients at the highest level. These three pursuits collaborate to transcend the norm and ensure the best outcomes for people with communication disorders.

Why Callier?

Creating the Ability to Connect

through Giving

“I am humbled by the outpouring of generosity from Callier Cares champions who care deeply about ensuring that children and adults in need receive the ability to hear and speak.”

— Libby Hunt, Inaugural Callier Cares Luncheon Chairman

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through Treatment

“Through our partnership with Callier, ChandlerSpeaks is a financial bridge to help children like Chandler receive the ability to communicate and connect.”

–– Bryce Moen, ChandlerSpeaks Founder and President

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through Training

“Our partnership with UT Dallas is highly valued by teachers, administrators and parents alike, and it has made a tremendous difference in the lives of the children that we serve together.”

–– Blanca Rojo, principal of Obadiah Knight Elementary School, DISD

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through Research

“I want to help kids get cochlear implants, develop social skills and have better self-esteem, so they can reach their potential academically and socially.”

— Beth Anis MS’91

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through Hope

“We want to shine a light on early intervention for children with autism. Our hope is that we can make an impact through Callier’s autism program and encourage other folks to do the same.”

— Mrs. Rosemarie and Dr. Maynard Ewton Jr.

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Callier Highlights

Meet Our Patients

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Explore Our Research

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