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The Woolfolk School of Communication Sciences and Disorders (WSCSD) at Our Lady of the Lake University, San Antonio, Texas is planning a global outreach program beginning in May of 2018. Bilingual graduate students will be providing speech therapy services for a two-week interval in Querétaro, Querétaro, México as part of their coursework and clinical preparation. The Congregation of Divine Providence at Casa Moye in Querétaro has joined forces with the WSCSD by providing food and housing to the students for a nominal fee. In January, 2018, WSCSD Professors, Dr. Casey Taliancich-Klinger, Bilingual Program Coordinator and Patricia Kimes, Assistant Clinical Professor traveled to Querétaro to meet with Regional Superior, Sister Estela Guadalupe Tovar, to prearrange the specifics of this first annual expedition. The mission of the program is to heighten the cultural awareness of students, most of whom are seeking a bilingual certification, as well as to provide a much-needed service to an underserved Mexican population.

Regional Superior, Hermana Estela Guadalupe Tovar in Casa Moye Chapel - January 2018

Hospitality in Casa Moye (Queretaro, QRO) kitchen by Hermana Maria Cruz De La Cruz

WSCSD Professor, Dr. Casey Taliancich-Klinger, Bilingual Program Coordinator (Left) with Hermana Estela Guadalupe Tovar at entrance to Casa Moye in Querétaro.

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