Alyssa Schienbein is passionate about working in the area of child development with people who have exceptionalities. From anxiety to Down’s syndrome to cerebral palsy to trauma, Alyssa is versed and continually learning. Her goal is to provide fun, engaging, and educational activities that help target lagging skills. Alyssa creates an inclusive and welcoming environment and strives to provide top quality education in her programs.
As an educator she specialises in creating unique learning opportunities to enhance important skills like literacy, numeracy and motor skills and movement. In addition to working as an elementary school teacher, she has spent the last 9 years working with people with exceptionalities ranging from ages 4 to 84. As a Care Aide and Respite Worker, Alyssa has been able to connect on a personal and professional level – gaining increased admiration and understanding with each new client.
Alyssa has a Bachelor of Education, a Special Education Certification and has completed a Master of Special Education and Educational Psychology from the University of Saskatchewan.