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Get to Know Sinneave! A presentation hosted by Autism Society Alberta

January 31, 2023, 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

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Do you wonder what The Sinneave Family Foundation is all about and what we do? 

Allow us to introduce ourselves.

On Tuesday, January 31, we’re giving a little presentation to Autism Society Alberta’s network of Family Resource Centres. You can register for this FREE, virtual, 1-hour presentation and get to know us a little better.

To reserve your spot, click on the button below that says “Get to know us.”

The button will redirect you to an Eventbrite site sponsored by Autism Society Alberta’s Family Resource Centres.

Get to know us!


Your presenters for the event are:

Amy Tatterton is the Director of Learning and Connection for the Sinneave Family Foundation. She provides leadership to knowledge exchange activities and community engagement initiatives that help Sinneave fulfill its mission of reducing barriers and enhancing opportunities for autistic youth and adults. Amy holds a Master of Education in Interdisciplinary Studies from the University of Calgary with a concentration in Educational Research and has specific interest in neurodivergence and cooccurring mental health concerns. Amy is a born and raised Calgarian with personal and professional experience in a variety of environments that support neurodiverse individuals including sport, post-secondary supports, pediatric behaviour intervention, early childhood learning management and now adulthood transition support. When she’s not working, Amy loves to spend time outside – golfing, skiing, camping and hiking!

Jay Haukenfrers is the Learning and Connection Coordinator for the Sinneave Family Foundation. She oversees the Information and Navigation Service, where she has the pleasure to meet with community organizations to find out what they are offering. She also supports with knowledge sharing activities and keeping Sinneave Connects (our learning management platform) up to date. Jay has a Bachelors of Arts, with a focus in music and psychology. She has been working with vulnerable populations for 10 years. She has had the honor of supporting families in crisis, young people with disabilities pursue post-secondary education, adults with disabilities and co-occurring health challenges, and currently, supporting autistic and neurodivergent youth with the transition to adulthood. Outside of work, Jay enjoys long walks in the forest, baking, and crocheting her next blanket!


We can’t wait to see you there!


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