Val Gignac

Val has most recently retired after working in the developmental sector for 50 years as a Behavioural Consultant. Val helped spearhead the reduction of intrusive support and facilitated the change to positive based approaches in the developmental sector. These methods helped promote independence, self-esteem and compassionate care. Val brings her passion for helping others and family- centered supports to PCC to ensure these core values remain a staple within our community.

Lindsay Redekop

Lindsay Redekop believes in the Person Centered Care philosophy; putting people first and providing support for those in the vulnerable sector. She has a B.A. from Trent University, B Ed. from Queen’s University and a Teaching Specialist in Special Education. As an educator she thinks it is important to provide opportunities for social support, health and well-being, and learning for all.

Alyssa Fast

Since 2010, Alyssa has been employed as an instructor with the District School Board of Niagara’s Literacy and Basic Skills Program. This has provided her with much opportunity to grow as an individual and create valuable connections with various agencies, while providing learners with the tools, skills and support required to conquer their goals! As a graduate from Social Service Worker and Autism and Behaviour Science Programs, she strongly believes in opportunity, inclusion and equability. Over the years, she has become determined to see that all vulnerable people in our community are served with respect, compassion and integrity.