As has been their tradition for several years, SAU master of occupational therapy students worked with refugee and immigrant families on life skills this semester. Last week they provided a traditional Thanksgiving meal, along with self-care supplies, books for the children—and games for all.
Taken from the Q-C Times:
"Paw Kaw Ku, 14, sat with her family and friends Thursday at Church of Peace United Church of Christ in Rock Island, and ate her turkey dinner.
"The native of Thailand was one of about 150 refugees and immigrants who joined together for a traditional Thanksgiving dinner and a family reading night at the church, compliments of the occupational therapy students from St. Ambrose University, Davenport." Read the rest of the story.