Published Tuesday, 22nd May, 2018 in University news
Speech and Language Therapy graduates have recently returned from a three month long scheme in South East Asia as part of the City-Cambodia Project. The scheme, which is in its 11th year, sees graduates share their skills with staff across a number of hospital and charity settings.
The project was created by visiting lecturer Tim Pring to improve speech and language therapy care in Cambodia. It works with young children and those from deprived backgrounds.
Read about MSc Grad Helena Gruenstern’s story - find out how she overcame the language barrier, immersed herself in the local culture and developed her professional skills. Congrats to the students for graduating and packing in some invaluable experience!
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