Mastering the American Accent Program at UCLL

Mastering the American Accent: A Workshop for Non-Native Speakers

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A Workshop to Enhance Student Communication Skills If English is not your first language, and you would like to work on your speaking and listening abilities, the University Center for Language and Literacy is offering a special program to help master the American accent and build your communication skills. The program will help you “hear” the American accent for better …

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UMAP Research Explores New Advances in Aphasia Treatment tDCS

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A new method for potentially treating language disorders and prompting language recovery has emerged. Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation (tDCS) is a form of brain stimulation researchers are exploring as treatment for a number of conditions, including aphasia. Aphasia is a speech-language disorder that can occur when a stroke, head trauma, or illness causes injury to the language centers of the brain. …

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Program for Children with Language Development Challenges

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Spring 2017 Core PACT Session – March 6-30, 2017 Language development program for children ages 18-36 months – Core PACT is 2 hours of therapy per day, 4 days per week, for 4 weeks. Core Preschool and Communication Therapy (Core PACT) is a program based on our popular and highly effective PACT program. Core PACT addresses the communication needs of children …

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Reducing Performance and Social Anxiety Group

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Ongoing Groups for Reducing Social Anxiety in Safe Setting People with social anxiety often worry about appearing incompetent, weak, awkward, or anxious in social situations. They may experience heart pounding, blushing, shaking, sweating and dry throat, or they may ruminate on how they come across to others. However, you don’t have to continue to suffer in silence. Our group therapy …