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May 02, 2017

Educating Future Clinicians

Making a Committment to the Future Care of People with Disabilities

Research indicates that people living with disabilities face greater difficulty obtaining primary health care and chronic illness screening than their counterparts without disabilities. To help overcome this disparity, Inglis maintains academic partnerships with many Philadelphia-area colleges and universities to train health care professionals. During internships and clinical rotations at Inglis House, students learn how to better communicate, care for and advocate for people living with disabilities.

Thank you to our academic partners for recognizing the importance of disability-competent care and for joining with us to sensitize the next generation of health care providers to the needs of people living with disabilities.

  • Aria Health School of Nursing
  • Community College of Philadelphia, Social and Human Services program
  • Delaware County Practical Nursing program
  • District 1199C, Practical Nursing program
  • Drexel University, Adapted Technology, Media Arts and Design; School of Medicine
  • Gettysburg University, Exercise Science program
  • Harcum College, Occupational Therapy Assistant program; Physical Therapy Assistant program; School of Nursing
  • Ithaca College, Occupational Therapy program
  • Neumann College, Nursing program; Physical Therapy program
  • Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, Family Practice residency program
  • Philadelphia University, Occupational Therapy and Occupational Therapy Assistant program; Physician Assistant program
  • Prism Career Institute, LPN program
  • Salus University, Occupational Therapy program; Speech Language Pathology program
  • Temple University, Occupational Therapy program; Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders; Therapeutic Recreation program
  • Thomas Jefferson University, School of Health Professions, Occupational Therapy program, Jefferson College of Nursing
  • University of PennsylvaniaSchool of Nursing
  • Villanova University, School of Nursing
  • Widener University, Physical Therapy program