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Occupational Therapy Students Serve at Arc of Putnam County

A group of more than 30 occupational therapy students from the St. Augustine campus visited Arc of Putnam County in Florida, where they spent the day providing services for the clients of the nonprofit facility that serves people with disabilities. Field work is an important part of the student experience at University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences.

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