The 9:20 Bus goes to College and University
The book has been selected as part of the curriculum for the Developmental Social Worker programs at Cenntenial College in Toronto, Fleming College in Peterborough and Fanshawe College in London ON, Confederation College in Thunder Bay and St. Clair College in Chatham.
"We will be ordering the book every semester..."
Kay Wigle, Professor DSW Program, Fanshawe College, London ON
" As a professor of education I have the opportunity to include this book in my courses. I highly recommend that teachers, paretns, employers, counsellors. etc. read and discuss this book to help create more inclusive communities."
Dr. Karleen Pendleton Jimenez
Associate Professor, School of Education
Trent University, Peterborough ON
Bios, publisher's description, editorial review and more
April 10, 2016 - Darcy Elks invited Paul to speak at her workshops in Toronto on 'A Meaningful Day,' and 'What is a Home.' Paul's presentation fit beautifully iwith the topic.
April 1-2, 2016 - Citizen Advocacy Caregiver Retreat in Ottawa. Lucinda was the closing speaker. Seventy family members attended and were pleased to be given a copy of The 9:20 Bus.
March 2, 2016 - Commence 2016 sponsored by Community Living Ontario and held at Ryerson U in Toronto. The topic, 'Living the Life, Personal Reflections on Work and Education,' allowed Paul to share his journey with 80 people who work in the field.
February 23, 2016 - Paul delivered his power point presentation to 70 interested seniors at the Learning and Leisure series in Peterborough.
October 2/15 - Through photos and stories, Paul and I spoke to 50 Education students at Trent University about Paul's journey to a meaningful life in his community.
October 1/15 - Workshop leader at Community Living Ontario's Annual Conference and AGM in Hamilton ON. The theme was: Building a Community Where we All Belong.
April 23/15 - Peterborough Housing Corp. asked Paul to share his joy at living interdependtly in one of their apartments.
April 11/15 - Workshop speaker at Hope for the Future Family Conference, Port Perry ON
March 22.15 - Paul and I were guest speakers at the AGM for Families for a Secure Future, Vaughan ON
March 3/15 - Queen Mary public School, Peterborough ON
February 28/15 - Guest speaker at the All Abilities Soccer Symposium, Pickering ON
November 18/14 - Book signing, Furby's Books, Port Hope ON
September 25/14 - Book signing at Ontario Association of Community Living Conference
September 22 and 26, -Guest lecturer Faculty of Education, Trent University, Peteborough ON
August 29/14 - Invited artist at 4th Line Theater, Millbrook ON
July 30/14 - Invited speaker at the Speaker's Series in Haileybury ON
June 23, May 18/14 - Guest preacher at Mark St. United and St. John's Anglican churches
June 17/14 - Guest Speaker, AGM St. Mary's Community Living, St. Mary's ON
CHEX TV Daily Show interview with Lucinda Hage
March 5, 2014
Fast forward to 6.30 minutes
April 26th, 2014 -- The start of Paul’s journey to the full life he now enjoys began in many ways the day his mother, Lucinda Hage, determined to take her own mother’s wisdom to heart and see him as a whole child.
April 15, 2014 -- Michelle Strutzenberger
On March 5, 2010, Paul Tiller realized a dream he, his family and friends had been cherishing for years — the Peterborough, Ontario resident moved into his own apartment. (Read more)
February 27, 2014 - Joelle Kovach
Paul Tiller, 28, was wearing his pink-striped dress shirt and a huge grin at a reception in his honour at his workplace - the Holiday Inn - on Thursday evening. (Read more)
March 4, 2014
Local author Lucinda Hage has released a non-fiction book entitled What Time is the 9:20 Bus? A Journey to a Meaningful Life, Disability and All — the first book of its kind in Canada. (Read more)
This Book has Legs
"It is my sincere belief that this stirring and uplifting book will inspire scores of other families to secure an everyday, ordinary life for their sons and daughters where each belong and are helped to bring their gifts to life."
Judith McGill, LifePath Training and Consulting, and author of Developing Leisure Identities