Hi, my name is Jennifer Diane Turner, and I am currently a University of Central Oklahoma student volunteer conducting my Infant Field Study at Infant Crisis Services.
As I worked one-on-one with Clients and their parents, I discovered a need for advanced translation services. I immediately began to brain storm how I could possibly expand translation services as we face the challenge of locating translators. I decided it would best to use an iPad for communication purposes. The iPad would be used to communicate with families by utilizing a voice-activated translation application.
Store Manager Chris Mcafee of Wal-Mart Supercenter in Edmond, OK, recently approved a $500 Education Grant that will go toward the purchase of an iPad for Infant Crisis Services.
I would like to personally send a special thank you to both Chris Mcafee and the Wal-Mart Foundation for their contribution to my Field Study Project. Your donation will make a world of a difference at Infant Crisis Services, and I thank you for your support!
Jennifer Diane Turner (Gainesville, Texas native) is currently a Child Development major at the University of Central Oklahoma. She is studying to be a Child Life Specialist. At the young age of six, she suffered a traumatic brain injury (Post-Infectious Encephalitis) and was transferred by Care-Flight to Cook Children's Medical Center in Fort Worth, TX where she went through extensive rehabilitation. She is a North Central Texas College alumni, former Child Life volunteer for Cook Children's, and plans to create a TBI Research Foundation while completing her studies at the University of Central Oklahoma. Her medical success story can be found at: http://www.wedoitallforkids.com/?p=887
Posted on Mon, April 1, 2013
by Melissa Smuzynski