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Jeff Noble ~ Speaker, Coach, Consultant & Entrepreneur about his Second Making Sense of the Madness event in Vancouver (March 2017) .
"I've had the privilege of being able to speak hundreds of different times at hundreds of different events and I would put CC at the top, not only in event organization but execution as well. CC really cares about the speakers and the guests at her event. CC and her husband Raymond always deliver on quality, content and care"
David Boulding ~ Family Law & Criminal Court Lawyer and keynote speaker
"After suggesting an alternative to a one day workshop CC ran with the concept of having multi-day sessions to reach different community members in their areas of interest, expertise and family orientation. I was impressed with the amount of work CC (and Raymond) put into providing this opportunity to their community and especially continuing to bring additional resources and awareness of Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD) and how we might improve the lives of those living with this invisible disability by doing things differently. It takes courage and guts - thanks CC for providing both ..."
Dr Gabor Maté ~ keynote speaker & author of "Hold on to your kids", "Scattered Minds", "When the Body Says No" & "In the Realm of Hungry Ghosts" after his second visit to Powell River.
"Working with CC and her organization means a warm welcome, a highly motivated audience, and an efficiently organized event. Always a privilege and a pleasure."
Jeff Noble ~ Speaker, Coach, Consultant & Entrepreneur about his Making Sense of the Madness events in Powell River/Vancouver where Jeff inspired us to advocate, educate, bring awareness and doing more for individuals living with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD) and those caring and working with them.
"Thank you CC .. you were a great host and they were great audiences"
Jane Elliott ~ keynote speaker & anti-racism activist and educator known for her "Blue Eyes, Brown Eyes" Exercise - travelling with her daughter Mary:
"I was honored to attend the gatherings hosted by 4children.ca in Powell River and Vancouver on 5/20 & 5/23. CC and her team were exemplary hosts and organizers for these two events which featured Jane Elliott, my Mom. I hope that the conversations continue and change gains momentum in bringing an end to bigotry and hatred amongst us all. The time has come! Good on 4children.ca for starting the conversation!"
Dr Stuart Shanker ~ keynote speaker & author of "Calm, Alert and Learning: Classroom Strategies for Self-Regulation":
"For CC: My trip to Powell River was the highlight of all my travel in 2014. Such a stunning location, and such inspiring educators. Keep it up guys!"
Dr Jay Yule ~ Superintendent of Schools - School District 47 :
"CC provides expert services to children with behavioural difficulties. She also brings top notch speakers in the field to the Upper Sunshine Coast providing excellent professional development"
Dr Ross Greene ~ keynote speaker & author of "The Explosive Child" & "Lost at School" statement to the audience at the end of his full day presentation:
" ... one of the best, no maybe the best organized conference I've presented at ~ thank you CC"
Dr Gabor Maté ~ keynote speaker & author of "Hold on to your kids", "Scattered Minds", "When the Body Says No" & "In the Realm of Hungry Ghosts" of his visit to Powell River after a full day presentation plus an evening presentation to the Sliammon First Nations on the Topic of Trauma, Addictions and Healing:
"Look forward to working with you again...."
Donnie Kanter Winokur ~ author & speaker on Development Disabilities & Service Dogs:
"I had the privilege and pleasure to be a guest speaker for CC Duncan as part of her 4children.ca program in Powell River ... From the beginning of our communication a year prior and through my keynote presentation and all day symposium, CC was both professional and wonderfully hospitable ... I look forward to the next opportunity to work with her and her community"
Kellie Haines & Co ~ Ventriloquist ~ Educator ~ of 4children.ca:
"Terrific resource for kids and parents/guardians"