Abstract

Date Presented Accepted for AOTA INSPIRE 2021 but unable to be presented due to online event limitations.

Adults living with serious mental illness (SMI) experience a reduced life expectancy of 10–25 years when compared with similar-aged peers. The I-HOPE (Integrating Healthy Habits Optimized by Community Participation and Engaged Learning) intervention was developed to address the wellness needs of adults with SMI in a community-based setting. This interprofessional study collected pilot data to determine the feasibility of future studies.

Primary Author and Speaker: Jessica Dawn Tsotsoros

Additional Authors and Speakers: Kaylee Peterson, Alexis Blasi, and Sarah Smith

Contributing Authors: Peyton Pielsticker, Ken Randall, Cindy Hickl, and Sarah McClanahan

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