While working as a home health aide for children with developmental disabilities, Tessa Yoder saw the challenges facing this population firsthand. “I have learned so much from them and their unique perspective on the world—but I have also seen firsthand the health difficulties that accompany their individual conditions,” says The Ohio State University (OSU) School of Allied Medical Professions … [Read more...] about An Innovative Approach to Improving the Health (and Happiness) of People With Disabilities: Five Questions for a Fellow with Tessa Yoder
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Over the past two weeks, we've rolled out official announcements about the selection of 2011-12 Schweitzer Fellows at many of our program sites. Though there are still more official announcements on their way (about our Pittsburgh, Baltimore, and Lambarene Schweitzer Fellows Programs), here's a roundup of selection coverage to date. We hope it leaves you as excited as we are about the work these … [Read more...] about Everyone’s Excited About Our New Schweitzer Fellows!
Over nearly two decades, The Albert Schweitzer Fellowship (ASF) has selected and supported over 2,000 Schweitzer Fellows – exceptional graduate and professional school students who have delivered more than 400,000 hours of health-focused community service to people in need. This month, the Columbus Schweitzer Fellows Program becomes the twelfth and newest U.S. Schweitzer Fellows program site … [Read more...] about With New Program in Columbus, Schweitzer Fellowship Expands Its Reach