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I would love to speak at your school and inspire your students

When I lost my vision, my family, friends, and high school did amazing work to help me thrive. Many people don't have that same support system, and that was something I couldn't ignore. I became driven to share my story in public schools across Canada with the hope that I could make a difference for these kids, teens, and young adults who need it the most.

I tell my story straight from the heart, which means each version of it is a little different, but I essentially share the story behind losing my vision in the middle of class and use it as the foundation to spread my anti-bullying message, promote accessibility awareness, and generally inspire hope in those who need it most. 

If 99 people tell you that you can't do something, I want to be the one person telling you to at least try.


Let's find out who we are together.

My goal

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I want to be there for people who need it most: that means students, teachers, and educators. The outcasts, the ones who feel like they have no one they can talk to because that’s who I was. By the end of my story, every single person should know they’ve got someone there to support them.

“I’d be walking down the halls in school or on the streets and I’d hear people whispering, ‘There goes the blind kid.’ So instead of taking offense to it, I just kind of owned it. I don’t really give people the chance to bully me.”

Let's keep in touch

No one controls the hand of cards they’re given in life. Let me show you how to love the cards you’ve got.

Reach out if you have any questions, just want to talk, or book me at your school.

Brett Devloo


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