York Wellness & Rehabilitation Institute

Clinics & Services

Fall 2020

Clinics that are full: We regret that, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, evaluation and therapy services will not be available for new clients in the fall semester in the music therapy, NC3, physical therapy, and speech-language-hearing clinics. If you are interested in services for the spring semester, please contact these clinic managers after November 15.

Openings: The art therapy and occupational therapy clinics are accepting new clients for the fall semester. Please contact those clinics directly (see below) if you are interested in these services.

Nazareth students, supervised by licensed professionals, serve thousands of people a year through outreach in the community and through clinics on campus. The York Institute offers an array of wellness, rehabilitative, and related educational services to children and adults with varying abilities and needs who are underserved or require supplemental or specialty services. Our clients may be underserved because of financial or geographic reasons; they may not have insurance, may have exhausted their insurance benefits, or may not have access to services in the community.

These services are part of our clinical education programs, and are provided on a space-available basis to meet our students' clinical requirements as determined by clinic managers. Details about eligibility, applying for services, referrals, and schedules are available from the clinic contacts listed below.

Special and Interprofessional Clinic Programs

A variety of one-time and semester-long special group programs are offered in addition to the regular clinics listed above. These may be hosted by one clinic or may involve collaboration from more than one discipline. Groups conducted by students are supervised by faculty members. More information is available from any clinic manager.

Recent special programs:

  • Baby and Me: child development information for parents/caregivers presented by an interprofessional student/faculty team.
  • Hear We Go: listening and spoken language development for young children who are deaf or hard of hearing by graduate speech students in the deafness specialty preparation program.
  • Grief and Loss Support Groups for children and their parents conducted by graduate social work students.
  • Women's Caregivers' Group conducted by social work and occupational therapy students.