The College of Health Sciences, Education and Rehabilitation Lab, or CHER lab, is a resource for students in several programs within the college. The Vision Rehabilitation Therapy program
uses the lab as its primary classroom and training facility to teach students adapted activities of daily living skills in the areas of adaptive food preparation and adaptive home management skills.
The Occupational Therapy
students learn about occupational therapy theory and practice for adult and geriatric populations and the Speech-Language Pathology
program uses it for simulated experiences with clients. The lab is popular among students because it's where they learn clinical, hands-on skills necessary prior to embarking to on-and off-campus fieldwork and clinical experiences