I am the proud Mum to an amazing young man with complex needs who has benefited so much from Us in a bus. His highlight of the week is the session that Us in a Bus run called The Bus Stop. I am passionate about raising awareness of complex needs, driving up quality of care, values and quality of life.

I have extensive experience locally, countywide and nationally representing families and people with complex needs whose behaviour is seen as challenging. I work with people with disabilities, families and professionals in a variety of ways. I offer support to families, sit on committees and develop, deliver and quality monitor training. I have spoken at the House of Commons on this topic and am currently undertaking research with the Tizard Centre.

I am an Ambassador for The Challenging Behaviour Foundation and founding Board member of PBS4 (Positive Behaviour Support), being the first Chairperson for the Surrey PBS Network. I also won a ‘Skills for Care Accolade’ with The Smart Enterprise.

I have done a wide variety of fundraising activities such as hiking the Himalayas and jumping out of a plane!  I am currently studying Philosophy and Sci-Fi is a passion of mine. In any other available spare time I love being with my 10 young nephews and nieces.

Us in a Bus
Us in a Bus is a Registered Charity (number 1088570). We depend entirely upon income generated from providing sessions with clients, training and consultancy fees and the generosity of individuals and grant giving organisations to continue to deliver our work.
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