Saturday, November 18, 2017

 

 

 

Denise Feltham is a person with an invisible disability who attained her Bachelor of Social Work degree, with Honours, from Ryerson University and is registered with the Ontario College of Social Workers and Social Service Workers.  She then obtained her Career and Work Counsellor diploma from George Brown College.  Denise worked as a vocational assessment and employment counsellor with the YWCA Youth Are program for approximately three years, where she gained certification as a Life Skills Coach.  She presented at conferences including Cannexus, Futures, Ontario Road Show and NLACP, and has written articles and blogs for Contact Point.

 


 

Mary Daniel is a Marketing & Outreach Specialist for D.I.C.E. Assessment & Employment Counselling Services.  Having started out with a Bachelor of Arts in Therapeutic Recreation from Concordia University and a Diploma in Community Recreational Leadership Training from Dawson College, Mary worked for over 18 years as an Employment/Training Specialist, with extensive experience in counselling and case management for people with disabilities.  She recently achieved certification in Community Mental Health Case Management.  As a Little Person, Mary is a strong advocate in the community, serving as a member of the Region of Peel Accessibility Advisory Committee, Little People of Ontario and Trillium Toastmasters.

 

Denise Feltham is a person with an invisible disability who attained her Bachelor of Social Work degree, with Honours, from Ryerson University and is registered with the Ontario College of Social Workers and Social Service Workers.  She then obtained her Career and Work Counsellor diploma from George Brown College.  Denise worked as a vocational assessment and employment counsellor with the YWCA Youth Are program for approximately three years, where she gained certification as a Life Skills Coach.  She presented at conferences including Cannexus, Futures, Ontario Road Show and NLACP, and has written articles and blogs for Contact Point.

 


 

Mary Daniel is a Marketing & Outreach Specialist for D.I.C.E. Assessment & Employment Counselling Services.  Having started out with a Bachelor of Arts in Therapeutic Recreation from Concordia University and a Diploma in Community Recreational Leadership Training from Dawson College, Mary worked for over 18 years as an Employment/Training Specialist, with extensive experience in counselling and case management for people with disabilities.  She recently achieved certification in Community Mental Health Case Management.  As a Little Person, Mary is a strong advocate in the community, serving as a member of the Region of Peel Accessibility Advisory Committee, Little People of Ontario and Trillium Toastmasters.

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