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Research poster documenting the following project: Long Creek Youth Development Center offers a variety of activities, an education, mentorship, and structure for Bearings House residents. In addition to those programs, we hoped through building a relationship with residents we could identify their occupational interests and assist in their transition to life in the community. We strived to support residents through their transition to Bearings House and give them an opportunity to further explore their interests as well as expose them to new occupations they may have not previously participated in order to help as they reintegrate into the community.

Publication Date

Spring 2020


Interprofessional Education


The authors were UNE students in the following programs when this research was conducted: Alberghini, Chabot, Garrard, Germanos, Higgins, Kirchner, LeBlanc, Spencer, Ruth—Occupational Therapy; McKenna, Social Work. Author Brooks is faculty in the Social Work Department and author Froehlich is faculty in the Occupational Therapy Department.

Bearings House: Community Reintegration Project

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