I’m Steve Bertrand. I have cerebral Palsy. I’ve had it all my life. I may sit in a wheelchair but I’ve never let that get in may way. I practice Aikido in my spare time, manage the websites for 350 businesses.
I bring a unique perspective on finding your purpose no matter what curve life throws your way.
My passion is offering local Victoria businesses insights into how to better serve the needs of their accessibility clientele
Do you have an event coming up and need a way to stand out, entertain and educate? Hire us!!
Director, Rolling Motivator, and Hand Talker
Para-skier, Para-surfer, Accessibility Assessment Specialist
Online Marketing Smartypants, Pod Caster
Marketing, Video Editor, Iron Man and Hype Man
We Hate Stairs is a very focused website it was created and is focused on helping our society become more accessible for those with disabilities and mobility issues. I will admit right off the bat, that I speak from my own experience of being born with Cerebral Palsy...
Last week I did a video telling you that I want you to do whatever the hell you want to do. This video will help you look at how to start the process of doing whatever the hell you want to do. 🙂 Facebook.com/rollingmotivation |...
RollingMotivationMonday this video explains a little more about why do videos. And it's not my intention to tell you what to do it's my intention to document the things that I go through and some tips that I have. If these tips are relevant to you use them if not...
Be thankful for everything and everyone in your life and do what makes you happy most of the most 🙂 Facebook.com/rollingmotivation | Youtube.com/Rollingmotivation |Twitter: @rmotivation| Email : Steve@rollingmotivation.com
Everything that we've done in the past has set us up for where we are now. I want to remember that what I'm planning and setting goals to think more long-term and to recognize no matter where I am in the current moment it's all setting me up for awesome things in the...
We all make mistakes from time to time. This videos about want to lock my keys in my car. It's always funny looking back on it but it sure is frustrating as hell when you do it. But let's face it we're human we're going to make mistakes that's how we learn....
Steve has generously given of his time, for a number of years now, to speak with our design students at the Pacific Design Academy about considerations for accessible and inclusive design. This has brought a certain awareness of the challenges that can be faced in what many of us view as mundane or trivial daily tasks – things we take for granted. These liaisons open the door to thought, appreciation and a deeper understanding of what our responsibilities as building designers are, and how many diverse avenues we have to travel to understand the true meaning of good design.Wendy White