Nazareth College of Rochester is partnering with Jewish Senior Life for a program that would provide educational and clinical relationships for the center’s residents and training opportunities for Nazareth students.
The agreement will allow residents to audit classes, and the college will provide lectures and continuing education offerings at the Summit at Brighton, part of Jewish Senior Life’s network, officials said.
Nazareth students will have the opportunity for clinical training in physical therapy, art and music therapy, social work, nursing and field work disciplines such as sociology and psychology.
“The partnership will allow Nazareth students to apply what they learn in the classroom and gain real-world experience,” Nazareth president Daan Braveman said.
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