Heather has worked with children, youth and young adults with neurodiversities since 2001. She believes strongly in the power of connection and the importance of relationships. Her 21 years of experience and professional development assist her in cultivating such connections with individuals in a real and meaningful way. Her focus on strengths and advocacy assist her in being a true cheerleader for those she gets the pleasure to support.
Heather completed her education in 2001 in Community Social Service Work and received credit for prior learning and recognition from Douglas College.