Libby joins FMH, working with students


FARMINGTON – Christine Libby has been appointed as occupational therapist providing services for children in SAD 9 and SAD 58 school systems, according to Marie Wade, director of physical rehabilitation and sports medicine at Franklin Memorial Hospital.

An employee of the hospital, Libby works with elementary students with developmental deficits, learning disabilities, some physical injuries or diseases, and psychological and social disabilities. She is responsible for the planning, implementation, and evaluation of individualized programs to assist students in developing the skills necessary to achieve their maximal daily physical and mental functioning.

Libby received her bachelor’s degree in rehabilitation from the University of Maine at Farmington and her master’s degree in occupational therapy from the University of Southern Maine.

A licensed social worker, Libby was a family support worker with Community Concepts, Inc., in Farmington prior to joining Franklin Memorial Hospital. She is a licensed occupational therapist who is a member of the American Occupational Therapy Association and the Maine Occupational Therapy Association.

Libby lives in Jay with her husband, Shane, and their daughter, Brittney, and son, Degan.