About The Administrator
I started out as a deafblind Intervenor in 2002 after graduating from the George Brown College Intervenor (for Deafblind Persons) Program.
I have worked as an Intervenor for a variety of settings including school boards, community organizations and directly with families in their own homes. I have taken a particular interest in working with individuals who are deafblind with limited mobility or who have complex behavioural needs.
I believe in following the interests of the people I work with and learning together organically while expanding our concepts of the world around us in an every expanding inquiry state.
I also have a diploma with honors in Early Childhood Education and have a focus on increasing engagement, expression, well-being and supporting a sense of belonging for all children in a world of relationships.
As both an Intervenor and holding a Early childhood diploma, I support the growing movement of the reflective practitioner and believe that families, children and practitioners are curious, capable, rich in experience, and each bring unique cultural and linguistic perspectives with them that contribute to our communities.