Signe started supporting people living with disabilities in 2009. She obtained her Continuing Care Assistant diploma from SIAST (now Saskatchewan Polytechnic) in 2009, and later moved on to graduating with a Bachelor’ degree in Psychology from the U of S in 2015.
After working for a few community based organizations as a front line support worker, she moved on to the Ministry of Social Services: Community Living Service Delivery, where she gained experience in the crisis and programmatic field by supporting individuals with intellectual disabilities displaying challenging behaviours.
Additionally, Signe has worked as a case worker for the Ministry of Social Services, Income Assistance: Saskatchewan Assured Income for Disability (SAID) program, where she gained insight into the types of financial support and challenges faced by some of Saskatchewan’s most vulnerable population.
Most recently, Signe completed the 2020 Online Longitudinal Training on Assessment and Analysis of Severe and Challenging Behavior” with the Institute for Applied Behavior Analysis (IABA).
Signe loves spending time with her partner and their dogs, seeing friends and family, and traveling. She also loves coffee, a Netflix binge, and a good laugh.