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TeenWork Employment Program

Natalie Easson

TeenWork Job Coach | B.A. Child and Youth Studies, M.A. Early Childhood Studies

P: 250-721-7078

Natalie graduated from Brock University with a Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) degree in Child and Youth Studies. She then worked as a Residential Counsellor for children with autism living in care for two years, and this is where her passion for working with individuals with disability and/or mental health challenges blossomed. Natalie then pursued a Master of Arts (M.A.) degree in Early Childhood Studies at Ryerson University with an acute focus on autism, and during this time was exposed to the concept of disability as a social construct. Natalie also worked as an Instructor Therapist for children with autism at a learning centre before starting her current position as a Job Coach with TeenWork. She is excited to be part of the new TeenWork project among an amazing team of people with a common goal of helping youth overcome barriers to finding meaningful part-time paid employment.


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