SAU class and workshop explore the benefits of medical clowning
The students met Newton Milton, a quadruple amputee.
Students and faculty of the Master of Occupational Therapy program cooked a traditional Thanksgiving Dinner for 150 refugees and immigrants.
Annual trips bring assistive technology to needy in Brazil
Occupational therapy grads know they can always call Jon Turnquist for advice and help in serving their consumers.
What Tanya Braet sees, Tanya Braet often does.
A dream come true, Jim’s Place is a testament to the way Ambrosians work to meet community needs and to dramatically improve life for others.
Jim O’Rourke was the oldest of six boys, growing up on an Iowa farm. At age 22, a tragic work accident left him a quadriplegic.
Jon Turnquist and MOT Professor Phyllis Wenthe, PhD, believed that a more hands-on experience could do even more to benefit both their students and the community.
Two Ambrosians won awards at this year's competition for adaptive technology devices
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