Do you know a child who is experiencing challenges in developing or advancing their language skills? The University Center for Language and Literacy Preschool and Communication Therapy (PACT) Program can help!
PACT addresses the communication needs of children 2-4 years old, who are struggling to learn a language. Through a combination of individual and group therapies with licensed Speech-Language pathologists, children will learn through play. Clinicians focus on developing social language and play skills within a structured, classroom-like environment. Additionally, the clinicians provide parents and guardians with the knowledge and skills to continue intervention with the child at home and at school. Parent/guardian participation is an important component of this program.
Children attend therapy for 2 hours a day, Monday through Thursday, for 4 weeks. The summer session runs from July 9 to August 2, 2018.
Children who attend PACT typically have a limited speaking vocabulary, an inability to follow simple 1- or 2-step instructions, a delay in sharing interests with others, poor eye contact and a lack of demonstrating pretend play.
Call (734) 764-8440 for more information, or to schedule an evaluation.
For more information on the program and other services for children, visit UCLL’s children’s services page.
When: 9-11 a.m. Monday – Thursdays, July 9-August 2, 2018
Who: Children age 2-4 years old who are having challenges in meeting language development milestones and developing communication skills.
Cost: Contact UCLL for more information on cost and financial aid.
Where: University Center for Language and Literacy, 1111 E. Catherine St. Ann Arbor, MI 48109-2054 (Note: Valet parking is available free of charge for our clients.)