Executive Functioning Coaching
Queer Partnership(s) Counselling
Insurance Coverage Accepted
Sliding Scale Available
Transition Support from IEP documentation into Postsecondary Academic Accommodations
Workplace self-advocacy and disclosure support
Corporate Training Workshops
-Making the Workplace
-Accessibility 101 in the Workplace
-Neurodiversity & ADHD Workshop
Self-advocacy & self-awareness skills
Learning strategies for success
Routine & structure development
Identifying interests that can transfer into a career path or professional development
Goal-setting and accountability
Solution-focused coaching model
Strengths-based and person-centred
Unique and individualised approach
Trauma-informed practice & anti-oppressive frameworks
Multi-modal therapeutic models
2SLGBTQIA+ inclusive space
Bursary for Students with Disabilities (BSWD) Service Provider
North American & international clientele
"I worked with Dana & her team as a mature student going to university in his 40's. I really appreciated their patience and approach and the ways they validated how frustrating it was to be in learning environments that don't support disabled people. Dana & Ellie are great coaches and I couldn't be happier with the support I have received!"
I would definitely recommend Blue Sky Learning to anyone looking to manage their ADHD symptoms. Before working with Dana, I felt extremely disorganized and defeated. Dana helped me understand what my specific struggles were and how they affected my quality of life. She even helped me release the stigma that I carried about having ADHD. Since then, I feel so much more empowered. I understand how my personal operating system works, and have the tools to overcome new obstacles. I am truly grateful for her kindness and expertise.
"Working with Blue Sky Learning has been phenomenal. Their expertise and equitable knowledge has helped me shape a better classroom for all types of learners in my class. I will definitely continue working with Blue Sky Learning.
I highly recommend it!"
We acknowledge our presence on the traditional territory of many Indigenous Nations.
The area known as Tkaronto has been care taken by the Anishinabek Nation, the Haudenosaunee Confederacy, the Huron-Wendat, and the Métis.