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The George Washington University (GW) School of Medicine and Health Sciences Physical Therapy (PT) Program is pleased to host, in conjunction with Woods Duncan Consulting, Preparing the Next Generation of Physical Therapists for Innovative Practice,
Sunshine Special School headteacher Acura Bainivalu said learning concepts related to occupational therapy provided staff much-needed knowledge to help students. "Occupational therapy (OT) is something we don't know a lot about and to learn ways to
Centres to come up in five government hospitals The Health Department is in the process of setting up telestroke clinics in major government hospitals in 10 districts, where physicians will be trained to recognise and stabilise stroke patients...
An annual summer camp at the University of Iowa is helping children deal more effectively with stuttering. There isn't a cure for stuttering, but experts at the UI's Wendell Johnson Speech and Hearing Clinic said there are strategies to help people
National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke. http://www.ninds.nih.gov/disorders/stroke/poststrokerehab.htm...LifeAfterStroke/RegainingIndependence/PhysicalChallenges/Post-Stroke-Rehabilitation_UCM_310447_Article.jsp...Are traditional Thai
Four Wichita professionals are teaming up to provide organizations and businesses a way to improve their foreign-born employees communication skills and knowledge of American business culture...Thursday in Room 132 of the Hughes Metropolitan Complex
Central University and Beijing Language and Culture University in China have signed an agreement to begin a bilingual speech language pathologist training program...It's a collaboration with both universities that would primarily focus on student and
The city of Elgin is no stranger to using golf for good causes, having formed a partnership with the Boys and Girls Club of Elgin in 2013. This year, the city -- along with Air One Equipment and Police One Equipment -- will host a charity golf outing
The lifetimes that brought a group of injured and wounded soldiers to a Joint Base Lewis-McChord writing program this spring contained the makings for many screenplays. One tightly wound Army officer arrived looking for a purpose at the end of his 21-
Within 24 hours Halliday's heart rhythm became irregular, he developed sepsis an infection that spread throughout his body and he wound up in intensive care, where he was intubated to help him breathe and sedated to make it all more tolerable.