Oklahoma College of Allied Health Faculty Receives Grant to Train Community Providers to Help Children With Disabilities

University of Oklahoma College of Allied Health faculty members received a $1.25 million federal grant to enact a training program that will will serve the needs of children with disabilities and health professionals in that field, according to a press release.

The Office of Special Education of the U.S. Department of Education issued the grant, which will center around a mentorship structure that will focus on training a group of community providers, who will go on to train doctoral students, and the doctoral students will likewise train entry-level students.

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