If you suspect that your child has a speech-language disorder, delay, or other challenges that are related to communicating (reading, writing, speaking, understanding), contact us to learn more about our available options.
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Questions and Next Steps
If you have any questions, or would like to learn more about testing, evaluations and consultations at UCLL, please call (734) 764-8440. Calling us is the fastest way to see if our program would be a good fit.
Language and Literacy Consultations
Our language and literacy consultations provide strategies that will help you or a loved one move toward academic success. During these consultations, we can:
- Attend IEP meetings
- Attend multidisciplinary evaluation team (MET) meetings
- Offer guidance
- Provide recommendations and/or services
- Review professional medical or school reports
- Review individual education plans (IEPs)
Our language and literacy experts are here to answer your questions and provide for your educational needs. For more information about evaluations, please contact UCLL at (734) 764-8440.
Our comprehensive language and literacy evaluations assess the speech, language, reading and writing skills of individuals at any age who struggle with speech, language, and literacy. The length of the evaluation varies depending on the client as well as the speech-language disorder being assessed. Following the evaluation, clients and their caregivers are provided with a comprehensive report outlining both the client’s present level of functioning and recommendations for speech, language, or literacy therapy, activities for home, and school supports.
Our clinicians are master’s-level speech-language pathologists who are certified by the American Speech Language Hearing Association. Our evaluations provide the information needed to overcome speech, language, and literacy difficulties and to ultimately succeed academically and otherwise.
Evaluations range from 2 to 4 hours depending on age and the type of language problem being assessed. Formal and informal tools are used to examine:
- Speech and articulation
- Expressive language
- Receptive language
- Pragmatic/social language
- Phonemic/phonological awareness