Megan Tucker – Training Coordinator/Prevention Conversation

June 15, 2018 in:

Megan Tucker is a Rehabilitation Practitioner and has studied Humanities at the University of Alberta, she is currently the Training Coordinator as well as a Prevention Conversation Facilitator at the Lakeland Centre for FASD. Megan has worked at the Lakeland Centre for almost 10 years in multiple capacities.  Megan started at the Centre as the Transition Coordinator where she created and implemented the Transition to Adulthood Program currently in place at the Centre.  Megan added a second role back in 2012 as a Children’s Coordinator as a part of the Centre’s Post Diagnostic Services, while in that role Megan started to provide a lot of FASD training in the Lakeland region as well as at conferences outside of the region

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