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SERVICE LEARNING IN GUATEMALA

The Department of Occupational Therapy is again offering an international
academic service learning option for occupational therapy majors
in Summer 2014.

Occupational therapy majors are currently required to complete 30 hours of service learning. Traditionally, this has been accomplished in the greater Cincinnati area where students have worked with and learned from persons who sustained traumatic brain injuries, are mentally ill, developmentally disabled, or local elementary school children.

Now, they have yet another option - to work with and learn from children who live in homes for children in Guatemala. Faculty, practitioners, and colleagues of the Department of Occupational Therapy accompany them. This is an exciting opportunity and privilege for all. Please freely continue to visit this website to learn more.

 

UPDATE!

The 2013 trip was again a huge success! ... On a post-trip survey, an over-whelming majority of the 38 persons reported they would go again if given the opportunity and all would recommend the trip to others.

View photos from some of our past trips in our photo gallery! Look at these pictures to see, first-hand, a sampling of their experiences.

 

 

 

Photo Gallery

Video Tour

Interviews