Center for Life Skills

An innovative program with interprofessional teams of faculty and students providing rehabilitation services to community participants who have experienced a stroke.

Interprofessional teams of faculty and students provide high-quality interdisciplinary rehabilitation services tailored to meet the individual needs of community participants who have experienced a neurological impairment, such as a stroke. Community members interested in receiving services should contact the program manager to determine space availability as well as to learn more about the intake and assessment process. Once accepted as a participant in the Center for Life Skills (CLS), we work together to enhance each participant's quality of life, independence, health, and personal growth. 

Learn about the services CLS provides and how it gives our students an opportunity to practice their skills:

Interested in receiving services as a participant?


Jessica Valdez Taves, OTR/L

Clinical Associate Professor