“When I’m teaching memory care residents, I focus on fun, with lots of movements and good music,” says Reyes. “That’s mainly what it is about – to smile and have fun.” With those in the memory care unit, she wants everyone to have a good time.
“I really want to help people,” says OSU-Cascades KIN senior Britney Galles. “When I think about what I want to do most – that’s it.”
A new study suggests that some children may be genetically predisposed to developing behavioral problems in child care and preschool settings.
A new biomechanics laboratory opening this May in Bend will provide cutting-edge research and intervention strategies for injuries – especially knees, ankles and hips – creating a perfect match with Central Oregon’s population of elite and recreational athletes.
OSU-Cascades’ EXSS program’s new biomechanics laboratory can deepen research in physical function and performance, and provide services to athletes and individuals of all abilities.
A new study by Oregon State University researchers finds that Head Start can make a positive impact in the lives of some of its highest risk children, both academically and behaviorally.