UM-Flint students are working with adult community members with neurological challenges. The project allows second year doctor of physical therapy students to work with patients at the university’s Urban Health and Wellness Center.
Sixty-nine students are involved in the project, working with 20 patients. The sessions started in late January and ran through late April. The community members have a range of challenges, including multiple sclerosis, spinal cord injuries, traumatic brain injury, and recovery from strokes.