University of Michigan Aphasia Program
What: The University of Michigan Aphasia Program, often just called UMAP, is an intensive speech-language program that helps people recover or learn new communication techniques after trauma to the language centers in the brain, and this November session is being offered to you.
Our clients come from different backgrounds, represent a spectrum of ages, and live in all different parts of the world. Yet, they have one thing in common: they have experienced a brain trauma that has have left them without the ability to speak, read, write and/or comprehend language in the ways they once did. Our program is designed to help you or your loved strengthen communication abilities, while creating a community of those who share this experience.
November Session Highlights:
- Sessions run 3-5 weeks
- 24 hours of therapy each week
- Group therapy
- Social and recreational activities
- Music therapy
- Computer and technology learning
- Caregiver curriculum
- Full time, but part time options are also available
Session K: Monday, 10/31 – Friday, 11/18 (15 days) at University Center for Language and Literacy.
1111 E. Catherine St. Ann Arbor, MI 48109
Contact us at (734) 764-8440 or firstname.lastname@example.org if you’d like more information or to register.