As we approach the end of our third month practicing social distancing, we at Brightstone Transitions continue to support our young adults in activities that help them reach their goals of living independently.

While some of our adults are considered essential employees, others have utilized this time to hone both resume and interview skills. Through workshops and 1:1 coaching, many of our young adults are excited to rejoin the workforce as soon as they are able.

Others have taken the time to find creative ways to enhance their daily living skills. Through meal planning and prepping our young adults are trying new recipes, cooking themed dinners together, and our Dunlap house planted raised garden beds to begin to grow their own vegetables.

Finally, despite social distancing it is important that our young adults remain engaged with others and experience meaningful connection. Through the guidance of our Activities Director, our young adults have been able to connect safely through virtual talent shows, social distancing scavenger hunts, and our very own online Olympics. The creativity of our staff has continued to help clients not only connect but spend time getting to know each other even better and showcasing their passions and talents.