Hazlon Schepmyer (HBSc 2000)
Learning and Development Coordinator, ErinoakKids Centre for Treatment and Development
"If at first you don't succeed, 'no' is just a few letters short of 'not yet'."
With eight years of clinical experience supporting children who have autism and their families, Hazlon (Haze) Schepmyer recently made the move from clinical role in autism services to a consulting role in Human Resources. Although there were some obstacles along the way, each one provided a unique and universal lesson.
Originally published for Living Library.
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