Rae Martens

Rae Martens is a Knowledge Broker with the Family Engagement in Research (FER) Program through Kids Brain Health Network and CanChild Centre for Childhood Disability Research. She is a bereaved parent of a disabled child and a disabled advocate herself. She has given talks all over the world regarding child health and disability. She is also a writer and science communicator. She believes that the humanities are important because they help us to better understand human culture and why we do what we do. In the world of engagement, that's a vital practice.

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