After a successful trial period, the U-M Aphasia Program (UMAP) is now offering teletherapy services — therapy offered via a secure online connection — to former or current clients as well as clients who are local and have recently received care for stroke or TBI recovery through Michigan Medicine.
Teletherapy is conducted similarly to our in-house therapy sessions. Licensed Speech-Language Pathologists administer therapy and tailor their approach to each client’s individual needs — but without the client having to leave home. A teletherapy client needs access to a computer with an internet connection, a camera, and a speaker to participate.
Locations and Options
We are currently licensed to offer teletherapy in several states, including Michigan, California, Georgia, Wisconsin, Iowa, Alabama, Virginia, and Florida, with other licensing in process. If you are a former or current client, please let us know if you are interested in teletherapy as an option for continuing or resuming your therapy with the U-M Aphasia Program.
For more information or questions, contact the University of Michigan Aphasia Program at (734) 764-8440 or email at UCLL@umich.edu.
Learn More About UMAP
The University Center for Language and Literacy (UCLL) is home to the U-M Aphasia Program. UMAP offers intensive, individualized, and innovative therapy for people with the communication disorder aphasia. Sessions are ongoing throughout the year. UMAP has paved the way for aphasia therapy, offering an aphasia-specific program for more than 80 years. The program is one of about 12 intensive, comprehensive aphasia programs (ICAPs) in the world. To learn more about the U-M Aphasia Program (UMAP), visit the UMAP website.