Dailylivingskills.com was started in 2010 by Linda Harrison. Having worked teaching daily living skills since 2001, Linda realised there was a shortage of information online about how to teach daily living skills, and the products available for teaching daily living skills. Many of the resources that were available were targeted to children, and not appropriate for use with adults and teens.
Linda is a Registered Occupational Therapist (OT), who also has an honours degree with a Psychology major. She has worked since 2001 primarily with individuals with severe and persistent mental illness, assessing and teaching daily living skills. She currently works in private practice for Enabling Access Inc., helping people with mental health issues or cognitive impairment (due to neurological injury) return to work. She lives in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada with her husband and two children.
Check out Linda’s Daily Living Skills Blog.
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