Disability Education & Support

Andrea Foster MSEd, BTh, ECE

A Resource for People and Families Affected By Disability

Andrea offers education through, workshops, disability awareness events, her personal testimony and consulting. Andrea also speaks at various church events, retreats and guest lectures in post-secondary institutions. Andrea is a Christian mom, speaker, writer, and wife to Kirk. Together they are raising four teenagers. Their youngest are twin girls who live with Tuberous Sclerosis Complex, resulting in further diagnoses of epilepsy, autism, global delay, anxiety and sleep disorder. 

Andrea's husband share's his perspective on raising children with special needs.

Click the link below to watch Andrea’s interview with Vahen on
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