Cleft Lip & Palate Program for Children and Families this Summer on Forest Grove Campus

The School of CSD will be conducting workshops for children and families affected by cleft lip and palate as part of the graduate student practicum training in the CSD master's degree program. Email cleftclinic@pacificu.edu for more information.


The School of Communication Sciences and Disorders is hosting a new program to support and encourage children and families affected by cleft lip and palate and other craniofacial disorders.  Funding from the Faith Gabelnick Endowed Fund for Community Service will be supporting a Clinical Training Program for Master's Students in the School of CSD that is focused on children with cleft lip and palate and their families.  

Two, 3-week sessions have been planned that will include group workshops for babies and parents (age 0 - 18 months), toddlers and parents (age 18 - 36 months) and individual sessions with children age 3 - 18 years.  Sessions run from June 24 - July 10, and July 15 - July 31, and will be held weekly on Tuesday and Thursday mornings.

For more information, please contact Jane Parker (graduate assistant) at cleftclinic@pacificu.edu.


Posted by Kerry Mandulak (mandulak@pacificu.edu) on Apr 11, 2014 at 1:43 PM

Edited by Joe Lang (jlang@pacificu.edu) on Apr 15, 2014 at 11:47 AM

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