Communications Officer Parents in Partnership Stockport (PIPS)
A devoted mum of two young people aged 19, 21 with special educational needs and lives in Stockport, who has worked in schools since 1999 and before that I was a supervisor at a medical company. I really enjoy spending time with young people and have been a Cub Scout Leader for 13 years. In March I was introduced to PIPS and after being shown immense support to me and my family I became a Parent Representative in August and at the beginning of November I was voted on to the steering group and my role is Communications Officer for PIPS.
I am very committed to ensuring that families are at the heart of what we do and are fully engaged in working in co-production to shape services that fit best around them. Passionate about bringing change through person-centred practices including advocating for young people to have a pathway to employment, independent living and enjoying life to the full.
On the 28th -30th March, Europe’s biggest event dedicated to the care, rehabilitation and lifestyle of people with a disability or impairment returns to the Birmingham NEC for three days of innovation, exploration and motivation. Visitors can expect a strong educational focus and a dedicated children and young people zone including a sensory demo area. To register for your free ticket, go to http://www.naidex.co.uk
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