CPD in the Media
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Breaking through
Breaking through
Sep. 21, 2017  -  Utah State Magazine
Utah State was influencing Andy Prouty\'s education since long before he can remember – and he, in turn, was making an impact on Utah programs.
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AT lab Lab helps family through difficult, chronic illness
AT lab Lab helps family through difficult, chronic illness
Aug. 28, 2017  -  Uintah Basin Standard/Vernal Express
Cathy and Jerry Johnson walked a long and difficult road after Jerry received a diagnosis of multiple systems atrophy: a rare degenerative, neurological condition. MSA brought with it some medical challenges and rapidly-changing needs.
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USU agrees to help Dominican Republic disability efforts
USU agrees to help Dominican Republic disability efforts
Aug. 17, 2017  -  Herald Journal
Utah State University has agreed to help the Dominican Republic establish and develop programs for persons with disabilities.
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Assistive Technology Lab creates demonstration libraries
Assistive Technology Lab creates demonstration libraries
Aug. 13, 2017  -  Cache Valley Daily
Two demonstration libraries created by Utah State University’s Assistive Technology program allow people with disabilities to travel to either Logan or Roosevelt to try out devices before they buy them.
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Assistive technologies for senior citizens
Assistive technologies for senior citizens
Aug. 12, 2017  -  KVNU Senior Moments Podcasts
A podcast discussing the new assistive technology demonstration libraries in Logan and Vernal that allow people with disabilities to try out devices before they buy them.
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Saturday is the Run, Walk and Roll event for CPD
Saturday is the Run, Walk and Roll event for CPD
Jun. 21, 2017  -  Cache Valley Daily
Saturday (June 24) the Up to 3 program in USU’s Center for Persons With Disabilities (CPD) is hosting a repeat of last year’s successful Run, Walk and Roll event at North Logan’s Elk Ridge Park.
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Volunteers give gift of freedom with specially designed bike
Volunteers give gift of freedom with specially designed bike
May. 24, 2017  -  KUTV News
A little boy has a new set of wheels. For the first time in his life, 8-year-old Parker Layton will enjoy the summer breeze on his face on a bike ride with his family.
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Increasing awareness about disability among Utah refugees
Increasing awareness about disability among Utah refugees
May. 15, 2017  -  Utah State Magazine
If you’re gathering information, fostering leadership and spreading awareness about a taboo topic across cultures, there is one thing you don’t want to do: Sound like the all-knowing, arrogant American.
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 Armless pilot tells students to dream big, overcome hurdles
Armless pilot tells students to dream big, overcome hurdles
Apr. 01, 2017  -  Herald Journal
Despite being born without arms, Jessica Cox tells people she went to public school just like her peers and was expected to do the same things as them.
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College of education ranked No. 1 in Intermountain West
College of education ranked No. 1 in Intermountain West
Mar. 26, 2017  -  Cache Valley Daily
The Emma Eccles Jones College of Education and Human Services at Utah State University was recently named the top college of education in the state of Utah, the top in the Intermountain West and among the top 50 in the nation by the “U.S. News and World Report” magazine.
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