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New UF program to prepare students to fill therapy workforce gap in early childhood programs

Dr. Christine Myers, project director, leads INSPIRE (Interdisciplinary Related Services Personnel Preparation for Early Childhood); an interdepartmental project offered by the Departments of OT, PT, and SLHS through a $1.24M grant from the U.S. Department of Education.

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Now accepting applicants for the new Driver Rehabilitation Therapy Certificate Program

Graduates of this program are qualified to be entry-level driver rehabilitation therapists working with medically-at-risk drivers.

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UF team to help innovate retrofits for homes for people with disabilities

Imagine using your living room as a dining room or your kitchen as a bedroom – complete with handicap-accessible equipment. University of Florida researchers will help develop those conversions, as […]

Dr. Sherrilene Classen

CTSI Seminar, Oct. 10: Clinical application of high-fidelity driving simulators for medically-at-risk populations

Dr. Sherrilene Classen, editor of a new book on driving simulators for health care professionals, will discuss clinical applications of the simulators for medically-at-risk populations.

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