Last spring, departments across the School of Health Professions were making rapid changes to their curriculum and clinics as COVID-19 started to become more prevalent in the U.S. While the country was scrambling to figure out what the next few months might look like in lockdown, our students at the University of Missouri were preparing to enter the real world and finish up their undergraduate and graduate education which would become the building block of their career. In the Speech, Language and Hearing Sciences department, faculty quickly switched to tele-health and remote learning via Zoom. Clients in the MU Speech and Hearing Clinic receive services for a variety of communication needs. A one-size fits all approach is not appropriate as the clinic sees clients of all ages with a diverse mix of speech and language disorders. The SLHS graduate students who provide therapy are accustomed to experienced clinical faculty members...
A retrospective view of COVID-19
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