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Suzanne Vitale Clinical Education Complex

front of the Suzanne Vitale Clinical Education Complex at WKUbutterfly art work in the main CEC hallwayThe Preston Family Acquired Brain Injury Program, The Communication Disorders Clinic, The Vickie & Dan Renshaw Early Childhood Center, The Betty & Dr. Page Talley Family Counseling Clinic, The Linda & John M. Kelly Autism ProgramLight it Up Blue Initiative

April was Autism Awareness Month! The CEC participated in the Light it up Blue Initiative.

MISSION

The Suzanne Vitale Clinical Education Complex (CEC) at Western Kentucky University in Bowling Green, Kentucky, is a community-university partnership that helps individuals and families realize dignity, independence, and productivity by providing services in these areas: Linda and John M. Kelly Autism Program (KAP), Vickie and Dan Renshaw Early Childhood Center (ECC), Betty and Dr. Page Talley Family Counseling Center (TFCC), the Preston Family Foundation Acquired Brain Injury Resource Program (ABIRP), the Family Resource Program, and the Communication Disorders Clinic (CDC). The Suzanne Vitale CEC prepares pre-professionals across disciplines while conducting research to enhance education and service.

104 Alumni Avenue (formerly East 14th Avenue)

Bowling Green, KY  42101

Phone: (270) 745-4232

Fax:  (270) 745-4233

Email:  cec@wku.edu

Suzanne Vitale Clinical Education Complex at WKU

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 Last Modified 9/24/14