Alison has 16 years experience of working with children with additional needs and acquired brain injury. Following a Music degree (BAHons), Alison completed a PGCert in Autism Education and an MSc in Occupational Therapy. She is registered with the HCPC and RCOT as an independent Occupational Therapist.
Alison also works as a Case Manager for young adults with Brain Injury. Alison has recently completed additional training in Sensory Feeding Difficulties and The Listening Programme ™ and is always on the look out for opportunities to further enhance her practice.
Sue is very interested in supporting families and pupils and can give advice on EHC Plan submissions. Her passion is to understand the child and remove barriers.
Sue is a qualified Primary Teacher with extensive experience of SEND and Inclusion. She has an Advanced Diploma in Special Needs in Education and has recently completed the National SENCO accredited course.
Before becoming an apprentice, Amber was at college studying Art and English and has volunteered in a local school with children with additional needs.
Amber is passionate about supporting the children, young people and families we see as well as keeping us all organised.
Leann has worked as a teaching assistant within a school for the last 9 years and has bespoke training in Autism and Mental Health, as well as challenging behaviour, engaging boys, and Elklan. Leann is a First aider.
Leann loves creating things and hopes to bring this into our groups.