Welcome to the University Center for Language and Literacy
We can help you find your voice.
We offer specialized testing and evaluation, programs for children’s language and literacy development, aphasia recovery, academic success, and individual therapy for people of any age facing language and literacy challenges.
For more information, please contact UCLL at firstname.lastname@example.org, call (734) 764-8440, or use the form below.
We've been serving the language and literacy community for over 80 years! In our 2017 annual report, we share our history and origin story. Visit University Center for Language and Literacy: Celebrating 80 Years.
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Language and Literacy Services
Through intensive therapy programs and one-on-one counseling, evaluations, and consultations, we help people of all ages with:
- 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
UCLL News and Notes
The UCLL Reading and Literacy Program
Dr. Christine Asidao is Announced as MARI’s New DirectorJune 9, 2023
2023 Aphasia Awareness EventsJune 1, 2023
“Ask the Experts” U-M Aphasia Panel with National Aphasia AssociationJune 8, 2023
Kendra Scott Party – June 2023June 24, 2023
> See more UCLL updates on the News and Events page.
Intensive, Comprehensive and Individualized Speech-Language Therapy for People with Aphasia
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.