Exploring and reflecting on meaningful pathways to inclusive and personalized learning and living for students with complex developmental needs because education should prepare all students for a lifetime of inclusion, connection, growth and learning.
Several years back I had the honor to listen to Norm Kunc speak about
disability at the Canadian National Down Syndrome Society conference.
The man was amazing! He ended his talk with the following very powerful
Inclusive Education Consultant. Advocating for a shift from inability, presence & behaviour intervention to capacity, contribution & facilitating development.
Completed my Masters with a focus area of Neuroscience and Inclusive Education through the University of Lethbridge April 2014.
Currently working on Certification to be a Shanker Self-Reg Learning Facilitator through the Merhit Center as well as pursuing a Graduate Certificate in Child and Youth Mental Health through Thomson Rivers University.