In introducing this year’s Lighthouse Award recipient Alan Lindy at the 13th annual Looking Out for Kids (LOFK) charity event Nov. 2 in Philadelphia, Salus University’s Susan Oleszewski, OD ’76, MA, shared a quotation from Pope Francis: “A population that does not take care of the elderly and of children and the young has no future, because it abuses both its memory and its promises.”
Salus University welcomed representatives from Cedar Crest College (CCC) in Allentown, Pa., for a signing ceremony for four new articulation agreements between the two schools.
Five-year-old Hailey Tran was born with bilateral sensorineural hearing loss, a type of hearing loss caused by damage to the inner ear or sensory organ – the cochlea and associated structures – or the vestibulocochlear nerve. It is generally permanent and can be mild, moderate, severe, profound or total. She recently received a loaner hearing aid from the Pennsylvania Ear Institute (PEI).
Those who attended the official opening ceremony of the new sensory garden got used to the sense of touch right away as a light mist fell upon their faces while they took in the University’s newest attraction outside the Hafter Student Community Center.
Salus University has completed two new articulation agreements with Edinboro University in Edinboro, Pa., for Doctor of Audiology degree programs.