The University of Michigan Aphasia Program (UMAP) makes a difference in peoples’ lives. As part of a new campaign to demonstrate the value of the University beyond the classroom, U-M recently featured the U-M Aphasia Program as one such example.
Theron, a cherry farmer in the Traverse City area, and his wife Amy are featured as part of the first spot in the campaign. Theron and Amy have attended UMAP several times and have said the program was a great fit from the start.
“I don’t know if we’d be where we are without UMAP,” said Amy during an interview for a UMAP success story.
Check out the U-M spot here: