World Speech Impediment Day

I grew up with several speech impediments. I was told at a young age that I would never speak, never graduate, never succeed all because of my speech. I walked through the school with a picture book and learning ASL. One of my speech impediments is more than just a speech problem, it is an impediment for life, one that […]

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February 2019 in Review

February 1st- Queen Silver Star Congratulatory dinner/dance I would like to thank the directors of the Queen Silver Star program for inviting me and congratulate the new Queen and Princess Silver Star once again! As well as wish Mackenzie and Angethia, retiring royalty, the very best in there future! February 2nd- Vernon Winter Carnival Events First, in the morning was […]

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Pledge Challenge

I challenge you to take the pledge below, on the downloadable certificate. This week in Canada is Anti-Bullying week, with Pink Shirt day on Wednesday. It is important to educate YOURSELF, YOUR CHILDREN, YOUR STUDENTS and YOUR FRIENDS on how to Be Someone’s Hero, Not a Bystander.   Wednesday I will be speaking at Beairsto élémentaire about Live Out Loud Charity […]

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I Have A Communication Disorder

Okay, that get the elephant out of the room, I have communication disorders. What is a communication disorder? A communication disorder is a vague wording for someone who has trouble communicating and has a difference in the communication portion of the brain. For me, I have Childhood Apraxia of speech (verbal Disapraia) as well as some others, which I don’t […]

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Rewind 2018

  2018 was a year filled with ups, downs, struggles, encouragement and more. I learned that sometimes the popular choice isn’t always the best, I learned who the real friends and supports are and who was the fake ones. I had to make hard divisions and change my route several times. But I don’t regret a thing this year, every […]

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