December Session | University of Michigan Aphasia Program

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The Road to Recovery The University of Michigan’s Aphasia Program, or UMAP, is an intensive speech-language therapy program that provides individuals battling aphasia with the tools they need to rebuild and improve their communication skills and begin their recovery. Using the life participation approach and a variety of therapy modes, our certified speech-language pathologists use a curriculum that combines individual, …

October Session | University of Michigan Aphasia Program

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The Road to Recovery The University of Michigan’s Aphasia Program, or UMAP, is an intensive speech-language therapy program that provides individuals battling aphasia with the tools they need to rebuild and improve their communication skills and begin their recovery. Using the life participation approach and a variety of therapy modes, our certified speech-language pathologists use a curriculum that combines individual, …

November Session | University of Michigan Aphasia Program

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The Road to Recovery The University of Michigan’s Aphasia Program, or UMAP, is an intensive speech-language therapy program that provides individuals battling aphasia with the tools they need to rebuild and improve their communication skills and begin their recovery. Using the life participation approach and a variety of therapy modes, our certified speech-language pathologists use a curriculum that combines individual, …

August Session | University of Michigan Aphasia Program

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The Road to Recovery The University of Michigan’s Aphasia Program, or UMAP, is an intensive speech-language therapy program that provides individuals battling aphasia with the tools they need to rebuild and improve their communication skills and begin their recovery. Using the life participation approach and a variety of therapy modes, our certified speech-language pathologists use a curriculum that combines individual, …

September Session | University of Michigan Aphasia Program

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The Road to Recovery The University of Michigan’s Aphasia Program, or UMAP, is an intensive speech-language therapy program that provides individuals battling aphasia with the tools they need to rebuild and improve their communication skills and begin their recovery. Using the life participation approach and a variety of therapy modes, our certified speech-language pathologists use a curriculum that combines individual, …

Speaking Out: My Experience Talking About UMAP

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Anjali Sundar, an undergraduate honors student at the University of Michigan studying comparative literature and biomolecular science, recently attended the 37th annual Association of Kerala Medical Graduates (AKMG) convention in Miami Beach, Florida. She presented a poster about UMAP to the AKMG crowd. AKMG is an alumni organization that promotes lifelong learning through Continuing Medical Education (CME) programs and cultural …

UCLL Offers Unique Sensory Experiences of Language at Ann Arbor Summer Fest

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On June 28, hundreds of Ann Arbor Summer Festival visitors learned about language and helped the University Center for Language and Literacy (UCLL) raise aphasia awareness. In the KidZone at Ann Arbor’s annual Top of the Park celebration, UCLL offered two sensory language experiences: What Happens When You Don’t Have Words? for all ages, and Interactive Reading and Sensory Experience …

Visit Us During the Ann Arbor Summer Festival

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Summer Festival KidZone   What: At this year’s Summer Festival KidZone we’ll be offering one-of-a-kind sensory experiences:  Interactive Reading and Sensory Experience (for children) and What Happens When You Don’t Have Words? (for all ages) When: on Tuesday, June 28 from 5 p.m. – 8 p.m. Where: at the KidZone tent at Top of the Park Cost: Free  Please call us at (734) …

World Stroke Day

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Thursday October 29 is World Stroke Day. Established by the World Stroke Organization in 2006, World Stroke Day is dedicated to raising awareness worldwide for stroke prevention, treatment and supporting stroke survivors. Strokes can happen at any age and it’s important to know the warning signs. The American Stroke Association (ASA) created a song about the signs of stroke for …

Carol Dow-Richards Speaks About ARC

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What: Carol Dow-Richards is the award-winning director of the Aphasia Recovery Connection (ARC), a nonprofit organization for those with aphasia and their families. Dow-Richards will discuss her experiences with her son’s aphasia as well as her work with the ARC. When: 11 a.m. to noon, Wednesday, July 22, 2015 Where: University Center for Language and Literacy 1111 E. Catherine St. Ann Arbor, …

Carol Dow-Richards Speaks About Aphasia

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Carol Dow-Richards, director of the Aphasia Recovery Connection (ARC), will speak at the University Center for Language and Literacy from 11 a.m. to noon Wednesday, July 22, 2015. Dow-Richards will discuss her experiences with her son’s aphasia as well as her work with the ARC. The event is free and registration is not required. Since her son’s stroke, Dow-Richards has been an …

A Jazz Tribute to Louis Smith: Raising Awareness for Aphasia

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An Afternoon of Music and Hope Featuring the Paul Keller Ensemble, a three horn jazz septet consisting of trumpet, trombone, saxophone, piano, bass, drums and vocalist Sarah D’Angelo. Light refreshments included Cash bar available Tickets Purchase your tickets here! Want to stay in touch to learn more about the event? Join our email list. $25 General Admission Want to contribute …