In accordance with the Process to Reopen Pennsylvania, we have resumed limited university operations effective June 8, 2020.
CPPD intends to use virtual communication to maintain the structure of their current schedule.
What’s it like being an occupational therapist (OT) on the front lines, battling the COVID-19 pandemic day in and day out? Katelyn McCaw, MSOT ’16.
Kathryn Dowd, AuD ’08, has dedicated decades of service to the profession of audiology, promoting the awareness of chronic and infectious diseases and ototoxic medication, and the impact on hearing loss among patients, diabetes educators, and audiologists nationally. Her background over the past 41 years is varied with audiology at the school systems and state levels, as well as a private practice in ENT offices, skilled nursing facilities and proprietary clinics.
Emily Vasile, MS ‘16, spends her days teaching others how to teach students with visual impairments and being an instructor in the Educators of Children and Youth with Visual Impairments program and the Low Vision Rehabilitation program at Salus University.
The PCO brain trust figured out decades ago that working with the Head Start program in the Philadelphia School District could be beneficial for a couple of reasons.
For Dr. Elizabeth Seduonov, her personal connection to loved ones with hearing loss ultimately generated her interest in the audiology field.