Testimonials

"Wow, Karen is an inspiration!  Her presentation was clear and I saw many of my students in the situations she was describing.  Seeing this, I could see how I can make my classroom a place where they can be more successful."
~Palliser Convention delegate

"I have to say that my understanding just took a huge leap after listening to Karen. She explained a complex disorder in the simplest of terms, leaving me with a very clear understanding of how it is to live in this world with autism."
~Dr. Paul JerryRegistered Psychologist

"Karen doesn't fit inside the box. She creates her own, and it is shaped more like a star."
~Pearl Joachim, R.N.

"Fantastic - my favourite session of the day as it was very insightful to "become" autistic. It really allowed me to understand what an autistic individual deals with every day. It was great to be 'doing' and not just sitting and listening. I thought that her sense of humour was an added bonus!"
~Central Alberta Regional Consortium (CARC) Support Staff Conference participant

"Our evaluations from last year are begging me to bring you back."
~Donna McRae, Executive Director, (CARC)

"Your presentation was engaging and created many pieces of understanding for our students. Thanks for bringing your insight and personal story to our school."
~Troy, Vice Principal

"Thank you for this wonderful presentation and education. It was very educational and also inspiring to know that the roots of early education are the branches in later life. Thank you Karen for sharing your life and knowledge."
~Greater Edmonton Convention participant

"Your insight, suggestions, stories, etc are so very appreciated. God is definitely doing amazing things in your life and also in the lives of those with whom you come in contact with."
~Lynette Loonstra, teacher

"I attended all three of Karen Sudom's workshops.  I greatly enjoyed her speaking.  It was nice to hear from somebody about living with autism and how they feel and think and process.  It was like learning about autism "in 3D".  We usually hear 'about' autism from somebody who has 'worked with' autistic children, which is also very valuable, but you learn/understand so much more when hearing from someone who 'is' autistic and what they go through.  She was also very humorous!"
~PCCE participant