Service and Learning on Spring Break in Guatemala

From SPHS Division website:

This spring, seven students in the Speech-Language Pathology Master’s program (and one student from Occupational Science) joined Lisa Domby, Clinical Education Coordinator, in providing service to children with communication disorders in Antigua, Guatemala. Each member of the group participated in one-on-one Spanish lessons geared specifically to their level of ability and knowledge. And since it was Spring Break, they also set out to have some fun. For instance, they picked coffee beans (yes, that was fun), visited a jade artisan, and hiked a volcano. Enjoy the slide show!

via Division News — Department of Allied Health Sciences – UNC School of Medicine.

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