Milena Romalis [B.A., B.Ed., OCT, CVRP] is an Ontario Certified Teacher and Certified Vocational Rehabilitation Professional with 20 years of experience in teaching, counselling and assessment. Milena is an educator, curriculum developer and case manager with in depth knowledge and experience in the areas of: curriculum development, disability programming, accommodations and support, public funding,and transitions planning. Her specialty is working closely with families to develop and implement practical solutions to complex personal, functional, logistical and financial challenges.
Milena is also the mother of three dynamic, intense and
affectionate boys, ranging from elementary school to early adulthood. They have wildly distinct personalities, gifts, and diverse issues which include Autism Spectrum Disorder, ADHD, learning disabilities, advanced learning, and Celiac disease.
Rina Rodak [B.A. M.A] has two decades of experience as an educator, curriculum developer, school administrator, and advocate for children and their families. Rina is an “outside of the box” strategist, who can maneuver through educational, medical and therapeutic systems while managing delicate social and cultural expectations. Her approach emphasizes individualized learning styles, conflict-resolution, multi-disciplinary collaboration, and ‘meeting people where they are at.’ She specializes in applying practical executive functioning strategies to real life situations, as a personalized coach, facilitator and consultants.
Rina is also mom to busy three teenage boys who eat a lot of food, make a lot of noise, and use a lot of Wifi. Her eldest, high school aged son has been diagnosed with Aspergers, Anxiety, ADHD, with ‘profound giftedness’ and a relative learning disability in Written Expression.