Teaching and learning of service delivery models of rehabilitation in low and middle-income countries to graduate students in the USA and Jordan in programs of occupational therapy, physical therapy of PT, and speech and language pathology. The education component on this project is made up of three components: Community-Based Rehabilitation course, capstone graduation/research projects, and clinical fieldwork placements. Enrolled students work in the field as rehabilitation experts in our year-round pro bono clinics in refugee camps. We work with numerous community stakeholders to make impactful change.
This project is tailored year round based on the findings of our research studies conducted by the volunteers in our team. Doctoral capstone projects are built and executed year round to inform the direction of services delivered in the communities we work in.
We raise awareness about the rights of people of disabilities by working in-person and online. We develop and disseminate evidence-based content to address topics related to disability from both a societal and an individual level