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Walk Out of the Darkness: April at U-M

Events, News

The Mary A. Rackham Institute and its centers are participating in the U-M campus Out of the Darkness walk on Friday, April 7. All are welcome and invited to participate — either in walking or in helping support the cause via a “virtual” walk fundraiser. Mental health advocacy group Active Minds will host the event in conjunction with the American …

U-M Resources for Different Learners Presentation

Events

U-M Resources for Different Learners Presentation What:  The University Center for the Child and Family is partnering with the Ann Arbor Parent Advisory Committee for Special Education to present information about U-M services such as: Psychoeducational evaluations Psychological and psychiatric services Autism Spectrum Disorder evaluations and treatment. Occupational therapy Speech-language pathology services Additional services such as physical therapy and social …

Do You Want to Change a Life? Giving Blueday is Coming

Events

Be a Victor for Language on 12.1.15 December 1, 2015 is the second annual Giving Blueday, when the University of Michigan invites supporters worldwide to be Victors for Michigan. Giving Blueday gives you the chance to make a difference in the lives of the thousands by supporting the University and programs like ours! The University Center for Language and Literacy (UCLL) …

ADOS-2 Training Workshops: Deadline Approaching

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The University Center for the Child and Family (UCCF) is pleased to offer Introductory Clinical and Advanced Research Workshops for the second edition of the Autism Diagnostic Observation Schedule (ADOS-2).  Presented by Dr. Fiona Miller Introductory Clinical Workshop (ADOS-2) (August 10-11, 2015.) Introductory Clinical Workshop (ADOS-2) for the Toddler Module (August 12, 2015.) Advanced Research Workshop for Modules 1- 4 (ADOS-2) (August 13-14, …

Maribeth Talbot: A 22-year-old Caregiver Spreads Aphasia Awareness

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Why Raise Awareness Maribeth Talbot, 22 years old, has struggled with cashiers or insurance representatives multiple times throughout her unique situation, as a daughter and caregiver to her mother, Pam Talbot. Buying groceries at the store with her mother, a cashier suggested Pam’s signature was done by a child. “He didn’t realize my mother could understand him and that he …