Welcome to the University Center for Language and Literacy
We can help you find your voice.
For more information, please contact UCLL at firstname.lastname@example.org, call
(734) 764-8440, or use the form below.
Through intensive therapy programs and one-on-one counseling, evaluations, and consultations, we help people of all ages with:
- Academic success
- Communication challenges related to Autism Spectrum Disorders
- Dyslexia and learning disabilities
- Literacy challenges, including reading, writing and comprehension
- Non-native English language development
- Social language issues
- Speech and language delays and disorders
Notes and News
Reading and Literacy Program
The UCLL Reading Program offers individualized services to build literacy skills in each child. If you’re concerned about your child’s literacy, schedule an assessment today. Our reading interventionists will determine levels of fluency, accuracy, and comprehension and then build a customized plan for your child’s skill development.
See our Reading Program page for more information.
U-M Aphasia Community Fall Sessions
The U-M Aphasia Community (UMAC) group is a great way to meet people in the aphasia community while boosting communication skills and confidence! If you or your loved one has aphasia, consider joining the conversation group. We welcome those of all communication levels. In the Fall 2019 Session there will be four monthly UMAC sessions, each consisting of four meetings.
For more information and session dates, please visit the UMAC page.
Innovative, Intensive, and Individualized Aphasia Speech-Language Therapy
Is Our Aphasia Program a Good Fit for You?
Because of our individualized, life-participation approach, the likely answer is yes. Our intensive aphasia treatment program can help you find your voice after a stroke, illness or head injury. We offer intensive speech language therapy tailored to each client.
While our intensive program is full time, we do offer other opportunities and therapy plans for those who may be looking for other options. Please contact us at (734) 764-8440 or visit our University of Michigan Aphasia Program website.