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Learning Support Services Department
740 Robron Road, Campbell River, BC, V9W 6J7

Director of Learning Support Services
Tracy Kennedy
Telephone: (250) 286.4400

Secretary
Tracy Marriott
Telephone: (250) 286.4400, local 2251

  

Behavior Resource Team
This department helps students who are experiencing difficulties within the school system because of issues regarding behavior, absenteeism, or personal lifestyle. Referrals are made to the BRT teachers throughout the school.​ ​ ​

​Everett, Karissa ​District Child and Youth Care Worker ​(250) 286.4400, local 2263
Kozuki, Kim ​School Psychologist ​(250) 286.4400, local 2226
Lerner, Mark ​District Child and Youth Care Worker ​(250) 286.4400, local 2266

 

Counselling          

Hicken, Tim ​    Elementary School Counsellor ​(250) 286.4400, local 2281
Morgan, Taryn ​    Elementary School Counsellor ​(250) 286.4400, local 2261
 

Hearing Resources
This teacher is responsible for students with hearing dicciculties who have been referred from any school-based team in the school district.

Miller, Katelin   ​ Hearing Resource Teacher        ​(250) 286.4400, local 2277

 

Integration Support
These teachers work in consultation with the school-based team to support students with special needs. Referrals are made through the school-based team.​ ​

Dyer, Patty Inclusion Support Teacher ​(250) 286.4400, local 2282
Noble, Kylie ​Inclusion Support Teacher ​(250) 286.4400, local 2272
Sheriff, Shelly Inclusion Support Teacher ​(250) 286.4400, local 2271

   

Occupational Therapy
Occupational therapists in the school system work to maximize the performance of students with special needs and disabilities. Occupational therapists address sensory processing, motor coordination, development, attention, and environmental factors to enable students to participate as fully as possible at school. Students are referred to occupational therapy (OT) through the school-based team.
Johnson, Shayla ​Occupational Therapist (250) 286.4400, local 2255​

 

Physiotherapy
Physiotherapists in the school system focus on improving motor skills, balance, coordination, strength and endurance work to maximize the performance of students with special needs and disabilities. Students are referred to physio (PT) through the school-based team. ​ ​
Wager, Barb ​          Physical Therapist (250) 286.4400, local 2254​

 

School Psychology
School psychologists are primarily responsible for assessments of students with special learning needs. Referrals for psycho-educational assessments and consultations with parents and teachers are made through the school-based team at each school.​ ​ ​
Bollans, Alyssa ​School Psychologist ​(250) 286.4400, local 2257​
Lang, Jeremiah ​School Psychologist ​(250) 286.4400, local 2258
McCreith, Tanya ​School Psychologist

​(250) 286.4400, local 2259

  

Speech and Language Pathology
Speech and language pathologists (SLPs) are concerned with the prevention, identification, diagnosis and rehabilitation of children with communication disorders.  These may include: comprehension and expression of language, speech (articulation), voice, fluency, and augmentative and alternative communication.  Speech language pathologists participate in programs and on teams that provide direct and consultative treatment services including language stimulation, inclusion strategies and teaching adaptations for students with communication impairments.  Referrals are made through the school-based team.

Harrison, Kerry ​Speech and Language Pathologist ​(250) 286.4400, local 2278
​Pollitt, Jo ​Speech and Language Pathologist ​(250) 286.4400, local 2278
​Ouellet, Selena Speech and Language Pathologist ​(250) 286.4400, local 2276
​Stephens, Tia ​Speech and Language Pathologist

​(250) 286.4400, local 2275

Zoia, Jenny ​Speech and Language Pathologist ​(250) 286.4400, local 2274

 

Sustance Abuse Prevention
This program provides resources to teachers, students and parents on the use and abuse of alcohol, tobacco and drugs.  Through seminars, classroom presentations and group work the program addresses the health, social and pschological damages created by these substances.  The program will see students on an individual basis through the school suspensions and on a voluntary basis.

Rhodes, Sheri ​Substance Abuse Prevention Coordinator ​(250) 286.4400, local 2262
 

Visual Impairment Resources
This teacher facilitates the integration of students with medically diagnosed visual impairment in their schools and community. Referrals are made by the school-based team. ​ ​

Stirrett, Linda ​Teacher of the Visually Impaired ​(250) 286.4400, local 2260