Abstract

Date Presented 03/28/20

Instrumental Activities of Daily Living skill development and stress management are positively correlated with success in the employment setting. This research focused on young adults who had aged out of the foster-care system and who had a history of homelessness and trauma. Programming measured the impact of pre–post group-based OT on facilitating progress toward employment-related goals while decreasing perceived stress levels. Results showed positive clinical significance trending toward statistical significance.

Primary Author and Speaker: Josephine Beker

Additional Authors and Speakers: Tina DeAngelis

Contributing Authors: Nitasha Rivera

You do not currently have access to this content.