Welcome to Rehabilitation Services at UMF
“I seldom think about my limitations, and they never make me sad. Perhaps there is just a touch of yearning at times; but it is vague, like a breeze among flowers.”
Want to make a difference?
Our students and graduates make a difference in the lives of others every single day. Whether a person struggling with addiction, a child recently diagnosed with disability, or a person living with depression or another psychiatric diagnosis, our students leave our program with the skills to help people navigate the supports and services they may need to live their lives more fully.
This is precisely why most of our students are offered employment because they have real-world skills and knowledge, in part due to practicum and internship experiences, and in part due to professors who have worked in various fields related to Rehabilitation Services.
So join us! Reach out to our faculty to talk about our great program or better yet, join us on campus for a visit! We look forward to seeing you!
- Class field trip
The Rehabilitation Services Program at the University of Maine Farmington consists of over 100 majors and provides a Bachelor of Science Degree in Rehabilitation Services, and a Minor in Rehabilitation Services. The coursework in the Rehabilitation Services Program will provide you with the skills to work with a variety of populations ranging from children through elderly. We pride ourselves on small class sizes, approachable professors, and hands-on learning as evidenced by highly selective field placements. Faculty work closely with students to ensure that their career goals and ambitions in the helping profession are attained through one on one work and a student mentoring program.
Here are some of the courses you may take in this program:
Counseling and the Helping Relationship
Introduction to Disability Studies
Expressive Arts Therapy
Trauma and Resiliency
REH 110: Introduction to Disability Studies
REH 270: Vocational Counseling and Placement
“Professors are progressive with a contemporary curriculum that allows for a focus in a particular area of interest. Faculty serve as liasons to the field of rehabilitation, and they continue to provide encouragement, support, and mentoring. I have obtained employment as a supervisor in a major behavioral health network in Tuscon, AZ.”
-Meaghan Zayszly, B.S., M.A., C.R.C.
Team Leader & Supervisor
CODAC Behavioral Health Services
It’s a fine thing to have ability, but the ability to discover ability in others is the true test.”