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UNE College of Pharmacy student Brianna Gower shows Deering High School student Lea Yere around campus
UNE College of Pharmacy student Brianna Gower shows Deering High School student Lea Yere around campus

Deering High School partners with UNE for mentoring program

October 31, 2018

Twelve UNE students from six different programs are volunteering their time to mentor sophomores from Deering High School. Students from both schools were recently paired up at a luncheon on...

UNE Occupational Therapy students helped individuals with disabilities "Rev up the Vote"
UNE Occupational Therapy students helped individuals with disabilities "Rev up the Vote"

Occupational Therapy students help “Rev up the Vote”

August 08, 2018

Six UNE occupational therapy students recently helped individuals with disabilities in the Greater Portland area exercise their fundamental right to participate in the political decision-making process. “It lets them have...

Taylor Cahill, Kim Humphrey and Sanaa Abaljabbar meet with Senator Susan Collins
Taylor Cahill, Kim Humphrey and Sanaa Abaljabbar meet with Senator Susan Collins

Maine LEND Trainees advocate for those with disabilities on Capitol Hill

May 24, 2018

Seven Maine LEND (Maine Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental Disabilities) Trainees traveled to Washington D.C. where they met with Maine’s congressional delegation and attended the Disability Policy Seminar (DPS2018). The conference,...

The 2017-18 Maine LEND Trainees (L to R): Alex Busack, SLP; Matthew Pascarella, self-advocate; Sanaa Abduljabbar, family member;
The 2017-18 Maine LEND Trainees (L to R): Alex Busack, SLP; Matthew Pascarella, self-advocate; Sanaa Abduljabbar, family member; Seth Hunsicker, M.S.W. ’17; Emily Gall, D.P.T. ’18; Lindsey Rose Pace, D.P.T. ’18; Kim Humphrey, M.P.H.; Taylor Cahill, M.S.OT. ’18; Melissa Ward, family member; and Lindsay Spencer, M.S.OT., ’18.

LEND trainees showcase projects at end-of-year event

May 14, 2018

The 2017-2018 long term trainees of the Maine Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental Disabilities (LEND) program, directed by Eileen Ricci, PT, D.P.T., M.S., PCS, associate clinical professor in the Department of...

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