Medicine & Nursing: Through medical interviews and physical examinations, students assess their client's general health and explore any questions or concerns they may have. Students provide education about medical problems and treatments in addition to giving information about community resources.
Pharmacy: Students documenting and updating a list of medications for each client. Students monitor their client for medication contraindications and adverse side effects and report any concerns to their team leader. Students also assess their client's compliance and knowledge about their medications and provide education as needed.
Physical Therapy & Occupational Therapy: Students assess their client's home, mobility, and activities of daily living. Students develop strategies to improve their client’s standard of living and connect them with outside services as needed.
Social Work and Public Health: Students assess the social and living situation of their client through observation and discussion. Students formulate and execute a plan to address problems by linking clients to organizations and arranging for additional services.
Speech-Language Pathology: Students assess the client’s interpersonal interactions and identify environmental barriers to participation in communication functions. Students also facilitate strategies to maximize the client’s social communication activities, communication of basic wants and needs, and reading, writing, and numerical activities.
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