Cheryl Biseau has been working with people with special needs for the past ten years. She has extensive experience with children, adults and seniors in a variety of settings which include community, residential and long-term care homes.
Cheryl initially began her career in the human services field by obtaining her Personal Support Worker diploma. Upon graduation she has held a number of positions working with children with developmental challenges, working with individuals who were deaf and blind, and later with seniors in residential settings. Cheryl has also worked as a behaviour consultant in York Region.
Cheryl has completed the OBIA/Brock University training modules in Acquired Brain Injury and is currently studying at McMaster University for her Clinical Behavioural Sciences post-graduate diploma, as well as working towards her Geriatric Certification through McMaster University.
Cheryl has many attributes which include her compassion, adaptability and focus on client-centred practice.