January 6, 2016 Current Events, Shelter Tags: 0 Comments

Barrier Free Living’s (BFL) Occupational Therapy team kicked off the new year with a grooming program for residents at the Transitional Housing Shelter.

Barber Nicholas Naranjo (pictured with resident Carlos Cano) stopped by and set up shop, performing sharp cuts on residents the first week of January.

The Occupational Therapy team works with every BFL program to help residents and participants develop or recover daily living skills such as cooking, financial management, parenting or skills related to finding work. BFL works with currently or formerly homeless people with disabilities and survivors of domestic violence with disabilities.

 

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