Occupational therapy students help peer ramp up project
“To many, do-it-yourself renovation projects can be a costly headache waiting to happen.
But for Donna Ozawa, who can take a look at a person’s home and see potential for healthier living, it’s a real passion.
With two decades of experience in disciplines including sculpture, design and wheelchair engineering, Ozawa has helped people live more safely and comfortably in their residences. She received an executive certificate in home modification from the USC Davis School of Gerontology in 2012 and has worked with several professional and volunteer organizations to adapt home spaces to better fit residents’ needs…”
Read Occupational Therapy Students Help Peer Ramp Up Project, written by student ambassador Jen Waters, at USC News.