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Alicia Wilson

Transition Facilitator
506-453-8923

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As Transition Facilitator, Alicia assists high school youth with an intellectual disability make successful transitions from high school to adult life, primarily focusing on employment. She works with students, the school, and parents to build a network of support to help ensure the successful transition of students from school to work and/or post-secondary education. Alicia brings […]

Amanda Donaher

Transition Facilitator
506-406-0308

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As Transition Facilitator, Amanda assists high school youth with an intellectual disability to make successful transitions from high school to adult life, and from school to work transitions.

Ben McNamara

Director of Youth and Adult Programs
506-406-0360

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As the Director of Youth and Adult Programs, Ben is responsible for the development, management, and evaluation of programs and initiatives related to supporting youth and adults with an intellectual disability and their families. Ben will work to develop and implement strategic direction, operational goals and objectives for all programs as well as program evaluation […]

Cameron McLean

Community Facilitator
506-547-2228

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As Community Facilitator with the NBACL, Cameron McLean works with adults with disabilities to identify their life goals, facilitating connections for community opportunities, planning and implementing personal support networks, as well as community outreach and partnership development. Cameron is a graduate of St. Thomas University, majoring in psychology. He has a wide array of experience […]

Cecilia Asbridge

Supported Living Facilitator, Saint John
506-717-0650

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As the Supported Living Facilitator, Cecilia assists adults with an intellectual disability to access inclusive opportunities within in their communities. She is responsible for facilitating the development of networks, community connections, personal support networks and supported living arrangements.

Chantal Pelletier

Early Learning Inclusion Facilitator, Moncton
506-856-2317

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As an Early Learning Inclusion Facilitator, Chantal provides on-site support and professional learning for staff in provincial francophone inclusive early learning and childcare programs. She has a certificate in Early Childhood Education and over seventeen years’ experience as an owner and director of several childcare centers.

Char Levesque

Operations Supervisor - Community Collection Program
866-622-2548 Option #1

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Charlene Savoie

Transition Facilitator
506-802-0149

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As Transition Facilitator, Charlene assists high school youth with an intellectual disability make successful transitions from high school to adult life, primarily focusing on employment. She works with students, the school, and parents to build a network of support to help ensure the successful transition of students from school to work and/or post-secondary education.

Christine Bouchat-Bonin

Supported Living Facilitator
506-856-2905

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As the Supported Living Facilitator, Christine assists adults with an intellectual disability to access inclusive opportunities within in their communities. She is responsible for facilitating the development of networks, community connections, personal support networks and supported living arrangements.

Corinne Arseneau

Labour Market Facilitator
506-453-4475

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As Labour Market Facilitator (LMF), Corinne is responsible and accountable for the successful planning and delivery of the Ready, Willing and Able (RWA) Initiative. The RWA is a major national initiative with significant Federal Government funding designed to build on and increase employer capacity and demand to hire people with developmental disabilities, link employers with […]

Danny Carson

Transition Facilitator
506-453-4424

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As Transition Facilitator, Danny supports high school youth with an intellectual disability to make successful transitions from high school to adult life. He works with students, parents and educators to build a network of support to help ensure the successful transition of students from school to work.

Ed LeBlanc

Community Facilitator, Edmundston
506-737-4435

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As Community Facilitator with NBACL, Ed’s role includes working with adults with disabilities to identify their life goals, facilitating connections for community opportunities, planning and implementing personal support networks, as well as community outreach and partnership development.


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