“Kailynn’s Story”

Kailynn’s Story” is real, heartbreaking, impactful and is a must for all drivers to hear.

The presentation is filled with photos, song, and words to encourage a change in decisions regarding distracted driving. The presentation is suitable for Grades 7-12. It is targeted towards teens, but has an impact no matter your age.

Kailynn and I can have an impact on your lives, if you let us.

The choice is ultimately yours.

Sharing “Kailynn’s Story” is about educating drivers on how decisions they make when they get into the driver’s seat can change their lives forever.

Kailynn’s Story” shows what Kailynn had, what she missed out on, and what her family and friends lost.

If you want a tomorrow, you have to make the right decision today.

I share “Kailynn’s Story” — so perhaps you won’t have to share yours.


Drivers who drive distracted are more likely to be in a crash or near crash event compared with non-distracted drivers.


of Canadians admit that they have typed out or used the voice-memo feature to send a message while driving.


Drivers are up to 4X more likely to get in a collision when talking on a phone while driving.

5 secs

Sending or reading a text takes your eyes off the road for 5 seconds. At 90 km/h, that’s like driving the length of an entire football field with your eyes closed.

Source: CAA National

Educational Package

Receive access to an educational package that aligns with the Saskatchewan Curriculum and includes…

  • Resources designed to provide educators with a framework to supplement and provide a comprehensive outcome
  • Outcomes geared towards Grades 7-12, in the areas of ELA, Health, Career Ed, and Arts Ed.
  • Suggested pre and post activities, discussion topics and assessment criteria
  • Presentation prep to acquaint students with subject matter and vocabulary
  • Activities to encourage student participation, maximize retention and personalize the presentation’s message
  • Strategies to encourage thoughtful behaviour changes and the development of positive habits

I’d be happy to answer any questions you have about this resource. Please reach out!

Apply for a grant!

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If you are a Saskatchewan school or organization, you may qualify for SGI’s Acquired Brain Injury Partnership Project to help offset the costs of having me speak!

…or contact me if you need assistance with any of the grant questions!

Frequently Asked Questions

There is no group too large or too small.

I am willing to travel. Travel costs will be adjusted accordingly to each individual booking based on location, time of year, and time of day that presentation is held. There may be other factors that will come into play as well. This will all be discussed during the discovery call. Book a call now!

All audiovisual equipment that I may need for the presentation will be listed in the contract that you will be asked to sign.

During your discovery call, I will go through all the costs involved. Costs will be different for every location.

Payment can be made by cheque, or e-mail money transfer. Payment in full on the day of presentation is required.

I have two presentations, one is directed at a high school audience and is suitable for Grades 7-12. The second presentation is for an adult audience. During your discovery call, we will talk about who the target audience will be.

Still have questions?

If you are interested in booking a presentation or cannot find an answer to your question in my FAQ, please reach out!

If one person is saved by hearing me speak, Kailynn and I have done our jobs.

By allowing me to present to your school, your organization, or your company, you are helping me have an impact on many.

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