As part of a multidisciplinary team, she has also received training in sensory integration and Social Thinking approaches. She co-facilitates group programs for school-going children and young adults using the Social Thinking curriculum developed by Michelle Garcia Winner. She has also worked individually with children who have a variety of complex social, emotional and behavioral problems such as food refusal, school refusal, specific phobias, and non-compliance behaviors. Additionally, she offers trainings and talks to teachers and parents on topics relating to learning, behavior and attachment.
Grace has a passion for working with children with learning differences and their families. She strives to form a meaningful connection with the family that she works with and is keen to journey with them through their ups and downs. She believes in seeing the best in the children that she works with and goes to work each day, hoping to make a meaningful change in their lives. Outside of work, Grace is married to a kind and thoughtful man. She and her husband enjoy exploring the city on their bicycles.