GU Appleton Medical Assistant Students Use Hands-On Learning to Land Jobs

This past quarter was a busy one for the medical assistant (MA) program at Globe University – Appleton. Program chair, Michelle Vanden Heuvel, was excited to share some of the different projects and successes throughout the quarter.

The students in the CMA review class are putting together memory kits for the MemoryWorks Program through Lutheran Social Services. The memory kits will contain groups of pictures related to a common topic that is meant to spark the memory of an adult client with dementia and assist in initiating a conversation about that topic. The students will then write a reflection about how putting these kits together will help them become more aware of older adults and the results of dementia and other geriatric memory disorders.

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