The U-M Aphasia Program April session will begin on March 30, 2020! Our intensive, individualized speech therapy program may be the right choice for you if you’re trying to rebuild communication skills after a stroke or head injury that left you with a communication disorder.
The University of Michigan Aphasia Program (UMAP) is a four-week intensive speech-language therapy program that provides individuals battling aphasia with the tools they need to rebuild and improve their communication skills at all stages in their aphasia recovery. At UMAP we focus on developing skills that build confidence, independence, connection, and hope. Our individualized program is designed to help you pursue your personal recovery goals.
U-M Aphasia Program April 2020 Details
When: March 30 – April 24, 2020. Please see our Dates and Rates page for information on other session dates in 2020.
Where: University of Michigan Aphasia Program, 1111 E. Catherine St. Ann Arbor, MI 48104
Cost: Varies based on several factors. Call (734) 764-8440 for more information or to discuss financial assistance options.
The April session will include:
- Individual therapy with certified Speech-Language Pathologists – we use a teamwork approach, so each client has a primary therapist, but also benefits from exposure to other SLPs.
- Group therapy sessions where clients can practice their communication skills and build confidence in a dynamic setting.
- Recreational activities including outings to local sporting events, dinners at local restaurants, and more!
Ready to apply? Visit our how to apply page to start the process. If you would like to speak to someone about program details, flexible options, or financial support, please call us at (734) 764-8440. We look forward to hearing from you soon.
More about the U-M Aphasia Program
Our certified Speech-Language Pathologists use a life participation approach and a variety of therapy modes to give each client an individualized program that works for them. We support those at all stages of their recovery journey. We use a research-based curriculum that includes individual and group therapy. Each session is 3 to 4 weeks and includes 25 hours of therapy per week. Part time options and financial assistance are available. You can see the full schedule here: UMAP Session Dates