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Feelings through Fiction Therapy Group The Summer 2016 group will include:1.5 hour sessions with snacks.8 weeks of sessions.9-13 year-old (girl and boy) participants. Cost flexib
UCLL Speech-Language Pathologists Present at MSHAUniversity Center for Language and Literacy speech-language pathologists Mimi Block and Kaitlyn Ayres recently presented
So, you’re firmly enmeshed in your dissertation. You spend time with friends, take care of family, travel, present at conferences, keep up with studying and — oh yeah, make steady progress on your research and writing. It’s easy and breezy, right? Or, if you’re human, not so much.
Debbie Furman's husband Mark had a stroke and subsequent aphasia. The Furmans, from Poland, Ohio came to UMAP in 2016. Debbie submitted the following essay during the final days of their session at UMAP here in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
Who: Jessica Rostron, age 31Family: Husband Shaun Rostron and children Lukas and LydiaHometown: Cincinnati, Ohio
Social Work Fellowship Opportunity - Post Master's DegreeAre you a pre-licensed clinical social worker?
Dr. Carol Persad, Director of the University Center for Language and Literacy, was recently interviewed on WWJ 950 AM for worldwide Stroke Awareness Day 2015.
Speech Language Pathologists Amanda Sheridan and Kaitlyn Ayres from the University Center for Language and Literacy (UCLL) presented a lecture on developmental play for the class Psych 211: Community Outreach at the University of Michigan College of Literature, Science, and the Arts (LSA).
Check out our new Staying Social with Aphasia Cards! Colorful cardstock cards with tips, the names and contact information for national and local organizations, activities and learning tools for those with aphasia.
What: MARI Speech Language Pathologist Amanda Sheridan, M.A., CCC/SLP and Kaitlyn Ayres, M.A, CF from the University Center for Language and Literacy will be presenting a lecture at the Psych 211 Community Outreach discus