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Rebecca Ferris, a former client at the University of Michigan Aphasia Program, has continued to improve and succeed in her life. Rebecca continues speech therapy at Calvin College, doing group and individual therapy.
"It was a new start for us.”That is just one of the continuously optimistic statements Chris Cochrane says about his life with his wife, Ashley, after having two strokes and experiencing aphasia as a result. Chris was just 32 when he had his strokes due to unfortunate circumstances. It has only been a year but Chris, now 33, and Ashley, 28, have attended the University of Michigan Aphasia Program (UMAP) for two sessions, and Chris has made remarkable progress.
Children experience difficult behavioral, psychological, and educational challenges when their parents separate or divorce.
Ken Huddleston's inspiring story of speech recovery at the University of Michigan Aphasia Program
10-Week Session Begins in January This group is focused on second to fourth graders who need help developing or refining social
Dr. Hampstead visited UCLL to share his work with Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation.
Tuesday, December 2nd is Giving Blue Day! Join in the national movement of Giving Tuesday by becoming a victor for language and donating to the Mary A.
On Friday, November 21, University Center of Language and Literacy Director Carol Persad will be presenting at the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) Annual Conference in Orlando, Florida. Dr.
A UCLL speech-language pathologist, Gordon Krainen, and a former client visited the Ann Arbor Fire Station to share helpful information on communicating with people with aphasia and how important the role of first-responders is.