With Myles Himmelreich
In his presentation, Myles will share life
experiences on what it is like to live with a
disability that is so stigmatized and misunderstood.
By giving personal examples of sensory
issues, processing, and executive functioning
Myles hopes to encourage and inspire
audiences, and society as a whole, to
change the way they see and understand the word disability.
Myles Himmelreich is a well-known motivational
speaker successfully living with FASD (Fetal
Alcohol Spectrum Disorder). He has presented
nationally and internationally for many years;
sharing his experiences of living with a disability.
He has done a great deal of work as a consultant
to many different agencies, and organizations
dealing with: criminal justice systems, teachers,
support professionals, paraprofessionals,
caregivers, doctors, and most importantly parents
and individuals with disabilities themselves.
Myles was also a co-lead of a ground-breaking
study on the health and physical issues of adults
living with FASD. His goal is to bring awareness,
acceptance and a true understanding of living
with a disability to his audience.
Time: 10:00 am- 2:00 pm
Location: T B A
Cost: $40.00 / person
Light lunch provided
Register at CCRR by phone at 604-467-2273 and pay with VISA or MasterCard or register in person and pay with cheque or cash.