Staff & Associates
Supports: Access to Disability Supports
As Independent Facilitator with the NB Disability Support Program, Scholastic Isaya’s role includes working with adults with disabilities to explore life goals, identify areas for support, and to develop individualized support plans to help reach these goals. Scholastic is a social worker who studied at St. Thomas University and has a rich background working and […]
As the Supported Living Facilitator, Shawn assists adults with an intellectual disability to access inclusive opportunities within in their communities. He is responsible for facilitating the development of networks, community connections, personal support networks and supported living arrangements.
Supports: Early Learning
As an Early Learning Inclusion Facilitator, Sophie provides on-site support and professional learning to provincial, inclusive early learning and childcare environments in Francophone centres. She has a certificate in Early Childhood Education, is an Autism Support Worker and has over fifteen years of experience as an owner and operator of her own childcare centre.
Tammy is responsible for the financial management of the NBACL. Her work includes, monitoring and development of budgets, human resources management of staff, providing IT and equipment support and providing the overall office management.
Supports: Early Learning, Family Networking, Learning Opportunities for Families, Strong Voices for Families
As Manager of Early Learning & Family Support, Tammy supports a team of six Early Learning Inclusion Facilitators to develop and facilitate on-site support and professional learning for staff in provincial inclusive early learning and child care programs; and two Family Support Facilitators who work with families and individuals to access appropriate supports and services. […]
Supports: Early Learning, Learning Opportunities for Families, Strong Voices for Families
As an Early Learning Inclusion Facilitator, Tina provides on-site support and professional learning for staff in provincial inclusive early learning and childcare programs. Tina has a Community Services Worker Diploma with the New Brunswick Community College. She also worked within SAFEG (Service d’aide à la famille d’Edmunston/Grand-Sault) as a community worker.
Location: Acadian Peninsula, Bathurst
Supports: Employers, Post-Secondary Education, Transition to Life After High School
As Transition Facilitator, Wendy assists high school youth with an intellectual disability to make successful transitions from high school to adult life, and from school to work transitions. She helps to bridge the gap and help to build a network of support for the students. As a registered Social Worker, Wendy has gained experience and knowledge […]