Located in the West Wing, the College of Health Sciences, Education and Rehabilitation Lab is a resource for students in several programs within the college.
The College of Health Sciences, Education and Rehabilitation maintains several instructional labs for academic programs, including the Activities of Daily Living Lab, or ADL Lab for short. Updated and relocated to a new windowed space on the fourth floor of our West building in the summer of 2022, the ADL Lab is an important resource for students in several programs within the college.
The ADL Lab is the primary learning lab for all Occupational Therapy students as they learn occupational therapy theory and practice for adult and geriatric populations. Students in Speech-Language Pathology have used the lab for simulated experiences with clients, and the Vision Rehabilitation Therapy program uses the lab as its primary classroom and training facility, teaching students adapted activities of daily living skills in the areas of adaptive food preparation and adaptive home management skills.