Because inclusivity is beautiful!

In the built environment, it’s the sweet spot where design and function blend seamlessly to bring people together.

In life, it’s the sweet spot of knowing you are respected, safe, loved and supported.


Accessibility Assessment

Are you looking for a Rick Hansen Foundation Accessibility Certified Professional to help you renovate before assessment, or assess and rate your existing or future build? I would love to help you get RHF Accessibility rated.

Consulting

Are you looking for help to make your existing or future build more accessible but not rated through RHF? Are you looking for guidance to hit your goals for the MLI Select program requirements and attestation? I would love to help you reach your goals.

Speaking

Are you looking for someone to speak about living life with disabilities, accessibility in all forms, and inclusivity at your event, office, or school? I would love to plan something for you.


Recent Posts

  • Disability Day of Mourning

    Difficult but incredibly important topic ahead – this is a warning for those who may be uncomfortable reading about people with disabilities being murdered by their caregivers and family, this post is not super graphic but it is important to… Continue reading “Disability Day of Mourning”…

  • 2022 exit thoughts & welcome 2023

    As 2022 is ending, I wanted to take a moment to thank everyone who has made this year outstanding. To my allies in advocacy and accessibility: Together we have removed barriers, challenged old school thinking, pushed back when our lives,… Continue reading “2022 exit thoughts & welcome 2023”…

  • The entire point of inclusivity is that it is not exclusive!

    Every single day I need to explain how universal, accessible design does not mean ‘only people with disabilities’ can use an accessible space… that when designed thoughtfully, accessibility increases ease of use and equity for ALL people. Apple’s new ad… Continue reading “The entire point of inclusivity is that it is not exclusive!”…

  • Ah-Ha accessibility life hacks

    One of my worst disabilities now is my severe cervical arthritis (C1 to C4 spine/neck). This disability causes nearly intolerable, daily chronic pain in the form of headaches and muscle spasms. Over the last decade this disability has gotten worse,… Continue reading “Ah-Ha accessibility life hacks”…


After seeing Jayde’s amazing insight and fantastic presentation skills I invited her to join the team of subject matter experts at Sustainable Buildings Canada‚Äôs Savings By Design program Read more …