Maine AgrAbility's first article published in the Loggers Voice is about Maine AgrAbility's LogAbility program. LogAbility will be providing routine articles in this news outlet. Future articles will feature aging, specific diseases, conditions, and common injuries that can be best addressed by loggers at work. These practical articles will also include interviews with workers in the logging industry whenever possible. https://wp.me/p8QzEP-1Mw
Staff are excited to introduce Michaela Marden, a USM master's OT student completing her Level 2 Fieldwork experience with Maine AgrAbility. Michaela is working with a farmer client with a vision impairment on using his new AT to maneuver independently around his farm property. She is also developing a presentation for service providers about cultivating relationships for use in 2022.
Submitted by Lani Carlson