Sara is the Program Coordinator at Bon Homie Adult Day Center and has gained experience working with elderly and individuals with developmental disabilities in this setting. She obtained her Bachelor of Arts in Cross-Cultural Studies from Palm Beach Atlantic University in 2014. Sara has experience working for non-profit organizations and in cross-cultural settings. She is also a Board member for Project Purpose where she volunteers as an after-school tutor. She has recently completed courses to become a certified Activities Director and is using her knowledge to assist in developing the programs under the Bon Homie Better Days Foundation. Sara hopes the individuals she works with will gain positive self-esteem, ownership of their work, and meaningful friendships through the Foundation’s programs.
Margaret Enos *Foundation Executive Director
Margaret is a retired high school history teacher and department head. Her daughter is a client at Bon Homie. Margaret received both a BA in East Asian Studies and an MA in History from George Washington University, and a second MA from the University of Pennsylvania. She has taught at George School, the Community College of Vermont, Landmark College, Springside School, and in the Education for Ministry Program of the Episcopal Church. Margaret’s education and career trained her in research, presentation, group dynamics and management of time and people; but raising a disabled child has schooled her in the importance of persistence and advocacy. And it has taught her to cherish the significant gifts that her daughter, and other differently-abled individuals, bring to our society. She is happy to be involved in supporting the Better Days Foundation as it helps Bon Homie further enrich the lives of its clients and increase its connections to the community.
Nicole Roberts OTD, MOT, OTR/L *Foundation Secretary
Nicole Roberts has been a practicing occupational therapist for 9 years. Currently she is an assistant professor and fieldwork coordinator for the Occupational Therapy program at University of the Sciences in Philadelphia in addition to her continued work as a clinician for Fox Rehabilitation. She is a graduate of University of the Sciences receiving her BS in Health Science and MOT degrees from the University. She has worked in a wide variety of settings including outpatient pediatrics, school-based care, IU classrooms, geriatrics, and home care, but found her niche at Bon Homie with young adults with disabilities post-transition from the school system. This population was the focus of her OTD capstone that she completed at Temple University in 2017. Nicole is continuing her capstone research with the occupational therapy students that she brings to Bon Homie and hopes to increase awareness of the needs of this group through the dissemination of these projects.