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The Jazz Tribute to Louis Smith on June 14 not only built awareness of aphasia and paid homage to one of our own local jazz greats, but also gave Smith another night of performing for a crowd.
The University Psychological Clinic is now a member of the Aetna Behavioral Health Care network. This means the Psych Clinic can accept Aetna health insurance to cover the cost of care at our
If you have aphasia, it is important to stay social.
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William and Kayln Stahel Chose UMAP for William’s Post-Stroke Therapy
Rebecca Ferris, a former client at the University of Michigan Aphasia Program, has continued to improve and succeed in her life. Rebecca continues speech therapy at Calvin College, doing group and individual therapy.
"It was a new start for us.”That is just one of the continuously optimistic statements Chris Cochrane says about his life with his wife, Ashley, after having two strokes and experiencing aphasia as a result. Chris was just 32 when he had his strokes due to unfortunate circumstances. It has only been a year but Chris, now 33, and Ashley, 28, have attended the University of Michigan Aphasia Program (UMAP) for two sessions, and Chris has made remarkable progress.
Children experience difficult behavioral, psychological, and educational challenges when their parents separate or divorce.
Ken Huddleston's inspiring story of speech recovery at the University of Michigan Aphasia Program