It’s official! Candidacy has been accomplished and the research has officially begun. The purpose of the study is to explore the ways in which higher education leaders, faculty, and staff can enhance services and outcomes for autistic students in Canada. This study aims to map the effectiveness of current policies and practices available to autisticContinue reading “Doctoral Candidate”
Grateful to be one of five people from around the world invited to speak in Montreal for Story Collider…’the TED Talks of science’ & Spectrum News…news and analysis of advances in autism research. We comprised of autistic individuals, autistic researchers carrying out autism research (like myself), and non-autistic scientists who have been affected by autism.Continue reading “Story Collider & Spectrum News”
As part a long-term commitment to my larger community, I am honoured to be chosen to take part in a series of credited certifications to assist in improving quality, safety, and value in healthcare in my community through an approached called the Science of Improvement. Though this program is rooted in the medical environment, itsContinue reading “The Science of Improvement”
Great working with both Team A and B on managing, mediating, and resolving conflict in the workplace. Excellent insights and learning points from both teams. Always a pleasure to work with high functioning teams.
I am pleased to announce the imminent publication of my co-authored literature review in the Journal of Educational Thought issue which is presently in press as Volume 51, No. 3. The manuscript was co-authored with the esteemed Dr. Marlon Simmons of the University of Calgary. Title: Autism Spectrum Disorder and the Implications For Higher Education: A Literature ReviewContinue reading “Journal of Educational Thought”
A great gathering of leaders coming together to share ideas, innovations, and best practices. It was a pleasure to teach and learn with all of you!
Grateful to be a part of this large conference in Rotterdam both as a doctoral student with my own autism research underway and an Editor on the Board of the Autism in Adulthood scientific journal whose launch happened at this conference.
May 2nd…in Calgary co-speaking at this conference. Thank you team…great job!
May 1st…working hard with this group was an honour. Part visioning, part confirming, part team building. Well done all!
I am honoured to be named an Editorial Board member of the new scientific journal Autism in Adulthood. Autism in Adulthood is the hub for research on issues that affect adults on the autism spectrum. 1 in 54 people (CDC, 2020) are diagnosed with autism and it has become the fastest growing developmental disability being diagnosedContinue reading “Autism in Adulthood”