This study analyzes a student initiated service-learning project conducted at Stella Maris School Belize City, Belize. University students traveled to Belize and spent a week traveling, learning about the culture, and attending lectures at the University of Belize. The second week, in Belize they conducted the service project at a school for the disabled. The students gave informative lectures to the teachers, screened the students for communication disorders, conducted observations, and provided the teachers with intervention techniques to elicit communication among their students.
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