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Stephenson Cayley, Case Manager for a Hamilton Supported Independent Living Program

Case Manager for a Hamilton Supported Independent Living Program, working with adults who have developmental disabilities or mental health issues

Cayley Stephenson

Case Manager for a Hamilton Supported Independent Living Program


Department of Sociology


Department of Religious Studies

Biography

Case Manager for a Hamilton Supported Independent Living Program, working with adults who have developmental disabilities or mental health issues

Being part of our clients’ lives is rewarding in itself. I know that having them in my life keeps me grounded and gives me happiness.

Social Sciences made me realize that being “critical” is not a bad thing when done in an anti-oppressive, academic and holistic manner: Without critical thought, the world would never change for the better. I am continuing learning by taking a Master’s degree in Counselling Psychology.