Elizabeth has called London home for virtually all of her life. She completed all of her schooling locally, including completing her University education. After 31 years of teaching, Elizabeth decided to retire from educating Kindergarten children. Throughout her career she worked continuously for the students to achieve their maximum potential. After her retirement, Elizabeth looked for ways that she could contribute to society and found involvement with Participation House to be a perfect fit. Elizabeth comes from a large family of four siblings and twelve nieces and nephews. Her involvement with them emphasizes the importance of “home”.
Participation House works hard to provide wonderful homes for those they serve as well as meaningful involvement in many activities and programs so that our people can do and be the best they can be. She admires how PH offers settings where individuals with significant challenges find dignity and comfort in community, and she feels privileged to be involved.