Spectrum Ability provides accessibility consultation, RHFAC™ certification, and disability awareness presentations and training.
His role: Owner, RHFAC Professional
His services: RHFAC, Accessibility consultation, Disability awareness and education
Arnold is the founder of Spectrum Ability.
He is also a Rick Hansen Foundation Ambassador and former school instructor, having presented in Canada and taught in South Korea.
Arnold holds a degree from the University of British Columbia and is a Rick Hansen Foundation Accessibility Certification (RHFAC) Professional.
Arnold mainly services Metro Vancouver and the Fraser Valley. Special arrangements can be made (upon request) for the rest of British Columbia, Hong Kong, or Macau.
Her role: RHFAC Professional
Her services: RHFAC, Accessibility consultation
Anna joined Spectrum Ability in 2019 as an independent specialist in accessibility. She has a background in landscape architecture and experience in public health, having worked in both Canada and the United States.
She holds a degree from the University of British Columbia and is a Rick Hansen Foundation Accessibility Certification (RHFAC) Professional.
Anna mainly services Metro Vancouver and the Fraser Valley. Special arrangements can be made (upon request) for the rest of British Columbia or the USA.
Her role: Accessibility assistant
Her services: RHFAC (admin), Accessibility consultation (admin), Disability awareness and education
Nicole fulfills one of Spectrum Ability’s most important roles as accessibility assistant.
Everything goes through her for quality control before being sent off. Under her watchful and detail-oriented eye, nothing gets missed!
In addition, she is also a disability awareness presenter. In particular, she has expertise in service animal training and handling.
Nicole has a degree from Kwantlen Polytechnic University, and currently calls Vancouver home.
Nicole mainly services Metro Vancouver.