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Amanda St

6 Podcast Episodes

Latest 6 Aug 2022 | Updated Daily

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Possibilities Episode 29 How to Transition from Pediatric Care into Adult Services Panel Discussion with Amanda St. Dennis, Carla Southward and Dr. Darcy Fehlings


In this episode, Danny was joined by 3 guests; Amanda St. Dennis-Disability Activist, Carla Southward-Senior Lead, Knowledge Translation at Ontario Brain Institute and Dr. Darcy Fehlings-Head of the Division of Developmental Paediatrics, department of Paediatrics at University of Toronto, to discuss the transition from pediatrics to adult services for people living with disabilities. We talk about the different barriers that these individuals face when they are starting to transition and we find out that it's not the easiest road to travel on. The panel discusses a variety of solutions as well as share their own stories along the way. I think you are really going to enjoy this conversation and learn a lot as you listen. Possibilities is also in development of a part two of this conversation which will be coming up in a few months. If you want to learn more about some of the topics that we talk about, here is some information for you: Here is the transition online support on Holland Bloorview’s site. https://hollandbloorview.ca/services/programs-services/transitions My Transition App: https://www.canchild.ca/en/research-in-practice/current-studies/apply-the-mytransition-app-in-transition-applyit-study/mytransition-app My Ready Transition App: https://www.child-bright.ca/readyornot#:~:text=With%20the%20READYorNot%E2%84%A2%20Brain,the%20transition%20of%20care%20journey. Surrey’s Place Transitional Aged Youth: https://www.surreyplace.ca/services/transitional-aged-youth/#:~:text=Transitional%20Aged%20Youth%20(TAY)%20is,either%20Surrey%20Place%20or%20St.

1hr 16mins

31 Mar 2022

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Moms Love Guns : Amanda St Germain : 012

Moms Love Guns Podcast

Fun, driven, energetic, Amanda combined her love for shooting and talent for photography to create Bulletproof Blondie. Amanda is out to inspire other women to overcome fears, misconceptions and worries about shooting. Discover what inspired Amanda to share her passion with the world and get to know an amazing, relatively new shooter, who wants to welcome other new women shooters into her world. 


23 Jul 2021

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Camp Lifer Amanda St. Dennis

Sit Downs with Sam

Sit down with me as I chat with camp lifer Amanda St. Dennis who was a staff member at Easter Seals Camp Merrywood for a decade. We chat about the life lessons she learned at camp as well as the work she is now doing as a recent graduate from Carleton University.


12 Jul 2021

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Amanda St John - Finding the meaning and fun in life

Life From LIT : The Podcast

Amanda was involved in a horrific car accident that left her fighting for her life at a time when her life was already challenging. At that moment she knew she needed to make changes and commit to herself.  She's spent the last 10 years going after her goals whilst also being a single mum to her daughter. In this episode we chat about finding the purpose, joy and fun in life. And how the choices we make can determine where we go. We also chat about motherhood, raising daughters and the world of sea swimming. We cover A LOT!!Make sure you're following Amanda over on instagram to hear more of her incredible voice and check out her life coaching page for lots more inspiration.As always, I'd love to know your thoughts on the episode, so make sure to drop me a DM on instagram and feel free to share. Lx 


20 Jun 2021

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Happy Feet - Episode 3: Amanda St Denis

Happy Feet - Podcast

In Episode 3, Cam and I catch up with our old friend, Amanda St Denis. Amanda has been instrumental in forming the inclusive Yellowknife Running Group and helped many runners to their first 5Ks and Half-Marathons. We also talk about the highs and lows of training and why taking some time off can be beneficial.


14 Mar 2021

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Starting Your Own PR Firm featuring Amanda St. Pierre from Saint PR & Adam Russo from COM616

PR Hangover

Two public relations professionals ventured out on their own and started their own PR firms - now they're sharing their insights about what it's like to be their own boss. Amanda St. Pierre from Saint PR and Adam Russo from COM616 talk building a client-base, professional development, and the highs and lows while starting your own firm. To hear more about Saint PR, visit https://www.saintpr.comTo hear more about COM616, visit http://www.com616.comTo view the Show Notes for this episode, head to gvprssa.com Thanks for listening!


14 Jan 2019