Tracey has over 20 years of specialized education in disAbility studies and hands-on experience, across multiple support sectors, supporting all ages in: Respite services,
21st-century assistive technology, counseling,
private senior care, case management supports.
As a Behaviourist provides evidence-based skills development, person-directed planning, social role valorization, Instructor in family mentorship approaches supporting Autism, Developmental and Intellectual DisAbilities. Tracey’s relentless advocacy for building 'Barrier-Free Inclusive Communities' has awarded her a Government of Canada certificate for “Improving Opportunities for Persons with DisAbilities.”
Certificates and Standards
Highest Honors: Autism and Behavioural Sciences, Post Graduate Studies, listing with ONTABA
2018 Certificate of Instructor Qualifications: Ontario College of Trades and Apprenticeship Act
20+ years delivering Supervisory, Education, Advocacy & Case Management community services
Human Services worker, Independent Facilitator, Behaviour Analyst, Therapist
Certified PEERS Mental Health & Social Skills trainer: U.C.L.A.s enrichment of relational skills
Personal Supports Certificate
Government of Canada Awardee: “Improving Opportunities for Persons with Disabilities
First Aid and CPR
CORONA preparidness training for Employers and Employees certificate
Elected Accessibility Committee member recommending improved supports and services
Basic Counseling Certificate: Canadian Training Institute, Ministry of Corrections: supporting Transitional living, Psychiatric, Addictions, Mental Health, LGBTQ, & Young Offenders
Community Developer & Call to Action Disability Advocate
Director of the BRADFORD Family Support Network for Autism, Disabilities
Respite service provider, all ages; Vetted listing with multiple Respite Agencies
21st-century Assistive Technology Trainer
Certified PEERS Instructor
Young Adults/Adults 2018
MEETUPS Developer and Facilitator for Autistic Self Advocates for Social and Community "IF"
I have dedicated the past 20 years to the building of strong networks, certifications, education, partnerships and affiliations allowing unique avenues of opportunity for call-to-action advocacy helping you, the individual, have your voices heard while impacting change for better futures.
BE PRESENT IN social, housing, education,
recreational & employment systems FOR ALL.
Full registered Behaviourist listing with ONTABA; adhering to a Code of Ethics for Behaviourist
Certified Trainer and Facilitator:Young Adults/Adults
met Certificate of Instructing Qualifications: 2018 Ontario College of Trades and Apprenticeship Act
G Suite for Education, education SEA software, Assistive Technology, badges in supporting Intellectual Disability and Accessibility, learning and supports
AODA and IASRS trained
Elected Member of Municipal Accessibility Committee
Developer and Director of Bradford Family Support Network for Autism, Developmental Disabilities group
Certificates and Badges in numerous applications and supports for Disabilities and Assistive Technology and Accessibility
Registered and Vetted with Simcoe and York Regions for over 7 years
Member; Roles included Family Support Group Facilitator 7 years, elected Executive Committee, Family Resource Librarian
Meet the criteria outlined by the Ministry Of Children, Community and Social Services (MCCSS)
active Member of, and the Developer and Director of affiliated Family Support Network; Bradford Family Support Network. Advocating for Families provincially
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Whether you chose to be out and about or to receive support services in-home, I am happy to customize my services to meet your individual needs. No agency contact or wait-listed, contact me directly.
Covered with OntAutismProgram.
Respect, individuality, and enjoyment are the gold standard approaches for all my services.