For clients formerly homeless, one week of cultural outings teaches new ways to have fun.
Our resident team gave a fancy name for this week of discovery and culture: exposure therapy.
“We really exposed the clients to a wide range of cultural experiences,” says Danielle Moran, Case Manager.
“We wanted to expose them to culture and help them see healthy ways to have fun,” says Cindy Underwood, Director of Client Services.
Winter Garden Theatre to see a play
For some, this was the first live play they’ve ever attended.
It had been more than 20 years since one client had stood in the ocean.
In addition to Clermont’s history, clients learned about the man who built our Mulberry Inn — more than 100 years old and now the home for women and children residents of New Beginnings.
Clients expressed an artistic side with paint-your-own-pottery.