Assistant Clinical Professor
Chris is an occupational therapist with over 20 years in practice and experience in settings including level I trauma centers, acute rehabilitation facilities, skilled nursing facilities, outpatient/community based services, a Center for Independent Living, and even a maximum security prison. His professional career has primarily been spent working with adult consumers with neurological conditions or trauma and prior to transitioning to Health, Wellness and Occupational Studies he provided care coordination/case management services to adults with disabilities living independently across the State of Maine. Chris is passionate about the role of occupational therapy services for consumers with mild brain injury and is the only certified evaluator in the State of Maine for the ADL-focused, Occupation-based, Neurobehavioral Evaluation (A-ONE). He is an experienced presenter at the State, National, and International level on the subjects of executive function, performance-based assessment, and driving evaluation. A Pennsylvania native, Chris is an avid Philadelphia sports fan and enjoys spending time outdoors in Maine year-round by skiing, surfing, fishing, and golfing.
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