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Allison Keir, BFA

Individual and Family Outreach Support

Hello, I'm Allison, the Outreach Support Worker on the Honeycomb Team, specializing in providing in-home and community-based support for parents, youth, and young adults. With a neuro-affirmative and anti-oppressive lens, my approach is grounded in trauma-informed care and fuelled by my own lived experience. I bring over 20 years of experience in working with, teaching, and advocating for the health and wellness of children and families.

My journey as a parent, navigating the challenges, heartbreak and joys of raising four wonderful humans, I believe has been my greatest accomplishment. My deepest passion lies in offering compassionate care to others. In our collaborative journey, I hope to honour your unique stage of life, holding space for you as you question, endure, explore, celebrate, and uncover new resiliencies in yourself. I am committed to creating a safe and inclusive space, free from judgement or discrimination, where everyone's identity is acknowledged and respected.


My support spans a wide array of areas, including in-home caregiver support, creative engagement with youth at home or in the community, medical and school system advocacy, executive functioning coaching and practical life skills support. With a background in fine arts, I believe engaging with our creative self allows us to heal and grow in ways that are more aligned with our values. I integrate this belief into my work, fostering meaningful connections and carrying an awareness of the immense impact relationships have on all of us. In our work together, I am dedicated to providing practical support, a listening ear, and a place for you to heal and grow in ways that are aligned for you.

Areas of Practice

  • In-home and community-based outreach support.

  • Pre & postpartum in-home support including assistance with breastfeeding, sleep, feeding, toddlers, optimizing household systems for functionality and caregiver self care and well-being.

  • Youth and young adult engagement and community-based support including connection, coping skills, and advocacy.

  • Providing tools and strategies to navigate the complexities of organizing and prioritizing tasks for individuals with executive functioning difficulties.

  • School and medical systems support and advocacy.

Educational Background

  • Bachelor of Fine Arts - University of British Columbia

"Compassion is not a virtue - it is a commitment. It’s not something we have or don’t have – it’s something we choose to practice"

- Brene Brown
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