Mental Health and the Homeless Population

    March 03, 2021
    6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
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    Zoom Webinar


    Topic: Mental Health and the Homeless Population

    Continuing Education: 0.20 CEU / 2.0 Contact Hour / 2.0 Clock Hour / 2.0 PDU *

    *In accordance with NBCOT and AOTA guidelines, the NHOTA is now providing conversions for all possible ways to log continuing education credits.

    Day/Date:  Wednesday, March 3, 2021

    Time: 6:30pm-8:30pm

    Venue: Zoom Webinar Only (Dial-In Information Will Be Emailed to Paid Registrants After Registration Has Closed - You Must Prepay to Attend this Event.  Registration will close at 8:00 am on 03/03/2021)

    Cost: Members - $20

              Non-Members - $35

              Students - $5 (Please bring your student ID)

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    Presenter: Mollie Walsh, OTS

    Presenter Bio: Mollie Walsh is currently in her final year studying occupational therapy at the University of New Hampshire. She began the combined bachelor of science/ master of science program in the fall of 2016. She is currently interested in the mental health setting and pediatrics. Her previous clinical experiences include hand therapy and group facilitation in the geriatric population. She decided to study occupational therapy because she was able to see firsthand how the profession transformed her grandmother’s life and she hoped to have that same impact on someone else someday.


    1:Discuss the prevalence of mental health concerns in the homeless population.

    2:Uncover key barriers to this population receiving the care they need.

    3:Discuss what occupational therapists can do for this population.



    $20.00 NHOTA Member

    $5.00 NHOTA Student Member

    $35.00 NHOTA Non-Member

    $5.00 NHOTA Student Non-member