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My experience as a licensed therapist, mentor, and advocate, along with my personal history of having both dyslexia and attention deficit disorder, has given me a strong urge to speak publicly regarding the topic of inclusive and accessible education.

My performing arts background in acting and music allows me to enrich the experience of storytelling and connecting with others.  I use my creative mind, communication skills, and charisma to engage with an audience.


I am available for interactive speaking engagements regarding my activism on the topic of Accessibility and Learning through podcasts, radio/TV appearances, and in-person (such as school or library storytelling hour).

Let us discuss, collaborate, and learn from one another.  We all have valuable stories, and by sharing those stories we can provide support to others and each other.  My objective is to encourage conversation and advocacy.  If  I do inspire or motivate, well then, that is icing on the cupcake!

Contact me using the form below to request a follow-up or a phone consult!

PR & NEWS

How to Make the Teen Years Transformative for Kids with ADHD/Autism

Guest Writer for Parenting ADHD & Austism Site

The Creativity Habit with Daphne Cohn - Kimberly Beaman: dyslexia, depression & cupcakes

Podcast Interview

The Dyslexia Quest with Elisheva Schwartz: How to Crush it In College with Kimberly Beaman

Podcast Interview

Parenting ADHD Podcast with Penny Williams: Using the Creative Arts as Therapy for ADHD

Podcast Interview

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UPCOMING EVENTS

Storytime at Winter Park Library October 2018

October 2018

Discussion on Dyslexia and Irlen Syndrome Harvard Student’s Accessible Education Office

October 2018

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