YOUR HEALTH: Go Baby Go
ORLANDO, Fla. (Ivanhoe Newswire) – Cerebral palsy, down syndrome, or certain birth defects … These are just some of the conditions that may cause limited...
UCF Podcast: Championing Against Violence
Season three of Knights Do That, UCF’s official podcast, returns with its sixth guest, Bethany Backes, an assistant professor in the Violence Against Women faculty...
A Fitness Expert Weighs In On How To Build The Best Workout Routine For Yourself
Working out is an essential part of a healthy and well-balanced lifestyle. As a matter of fact, getting regular exercise and physical activity can help...
Advance Care Planning a Bridge to Hospice Among Latino Communities
Early access to advance care planning can be a vehicle for greater health equity among underserved Latino communities, recent research has shown. Providers have a...
UCF Social Work Panel Event Explores Puerto Rican Intersectionality to Better Serve Clients
UCF School of Social Work faculty Iradly Roche organized an event to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month on September 23 by scheduling a panel of four...
Social Work Faculty Olga Molina Honored for Her Efforts to Support Hispanic Clients
The UCF Office of Civil Discourse and Engagement‘s Hispanic Heritage Month Celebration Reception honored Olga Molina, associate professor at the School of Social Work, for her contributions...
Health Headlines: Program offering toy cars for children with mobility issues
Lake Charles, LA (KPLC) – Limited mobility can create barriers for children with conditions like cerebral palsy, down syndrome, or other birth defects. While it...
In Memoriam: Emerita Mary Van Hook’s Rural to Global Social Work Legacy
Mary Van Hook, an Emerita faculty from the UCF School of Social Work, believed in demonstrating goodwill through her actions. While at UCF, she published...
Communication Disorders Clinic
UCF Podcast: Providing Quality Communication Disorders Training and Care
Debra Knox, director of UCF’s Communication Disorders Clinic, shares the growing need for speech language pathology professionals, the constantly evolving nature of the field and...
Hurricane Maria: 5 Years Later
The storm that ravaged Puerto Rico in September 2017 changed history and strengthened a UCF community, forever. Health Sciences student Victoria Hernandez-Cruz recalls her experience.